Little is known about the Ancient Greek oral poet Homer, the supposed 8th century BC author of the world-read "Iliad" and his later masterpiece, "The Odyssey". These classic epics provided the basis for Greek education and culture throughout the classical age and formed the backbone of humane education through the birth of the Roman Empire and the spread of Christianity. If Homer did in fact exist, this supposedly blind poet was from some region of Greek-controlled Asia-Minor and recited his poems at festivals and political assemblies. In this extraordinary two volume audio set, the glorious saga again unfolds, telling the story of courage and magical adventure in Ancient Greece.
This week, the audio book version of Homer's The Iliad & The Odyssey has made it into the top 50 bestsellers in the Poetry category. You can legally download or stream this audio book and listen to it for free at , Deezer, and in high quality at Audible.