The Iliad: Audiobooks

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In case you would like to listen to the audiobook of Butler's translation.

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Audio: Butler Translation

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- READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript!- LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free!Chapter listing and length:PART 1:01 -- The Quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon -- 00:32:41Read by: Joshua B. Christensen02 -- Agammemnon's Dream -- 00:44:16Read by: ML Cohen03 -- Paris Challenges Menelaus -- 00:24:06Read by: hefyd04 -- A Quarrel in Olympus -- 00:28:39Read by: hugh mac05 -- The exploits of Diomed -- 00:46:24Read by: Joshua B. Christensen06 -- Hector and Andromache -- 00:26:41Read by: Kirsten Ferreri07 -- Hector and Ajax Fight -- 00:24:13Read by: hugh mac08 -- The Victory of the Trojans -- 00:33:54Read by: Mark F. Smith09 -- The Embassy to Achilles -- 00:38:59Read by: Michael Hellein10 -- Ulysses and Diomed go out as Spies -- 00:31:33Read by: Anna Simon11 -- Agamemnon's Day of Glory -- 00:52:49Read by: Pete Darby12 -- The Trojans Break the Wall -- 00:24:03Read by: ML CohenPART 2:13 -- Neptune helps the Achaeans -- 00:41:19Read by: ML Cohen14 -- Agamemnon Proposes that the Achaeans Should Sail Home -- 00:34:36Read by: Kelly Dougherty15 -- Apollo Heals Hector -- 00:48:49Read by: Kevin LaVergne16 -- Patroclus fights in the armor of Achilles -- 00:49:09Read by: Brad Powers17 -- The Light around the Body of Patroclus -- 00:35:43Read by: ML Cohen18 -- The Shield of Achilles -- 00:34:34Read by: Anna Simon19 -- Achilles Goes Out to Fight -- 00:26:11Read by: Gesine20 -- Achilles fights Aeneas -- 00:30:13Read by: entr0p3te21 -- Achilles Drives the Trojans Back -- 00:36:39Read by: Leon Mire22 -- The death of Hector -- 00:30:40Read by: ML Cohen23 -- The Funeral Games of Patroclus -- 00:49:28Read by: Måns Broo24 -- Priam Ransoms Hector's Body -- 00:44:04Read by: ontheroadMAJOR CHARACTERS in "The Iliad" -The Achaeans (Ἀχαιοί) — aka the Hellenes (Greeks), Danaans (Δαναοί), and Argives (Ἀργεĩοι). Agamemnon Achilles Odysseus Ajax the Greater Menelaus Diomedes Ajax the Lesser Patroclus NestorTrojans The Trojan men Hector Aeneas Deiphobus Paris Priam Polydamas Agenor — Sarpedon, son of Zeus Glaucus, son of Hippolochus Euphorbus Dolon Antenor Polydorus Pandarus The Trojan women Hecuba (Ἑκάβη, Hekabe) Helen (Ἑλένη) Andromache Cassandra BriseisGods The major deities: Zeus (Neutral) Hera (Achaeans) Artemis (Trojans) Apollo (Trojans) Hades (Neutral) Aphrodite (Trojans) Ares (Trojans) Athena (Achaeans) Hermes (Neutral) Poseidon (Achaeans) Hephaestus (Neutral) The minor deities: Eris (Trojans) Iris (Achaeans) Thetis (Achaeans) Leto (Trojans) Proteus (Achaeans) Scamander (Trojans) Phobos (Trojans) Deimos (Trojans)Translated by Samuel Butler (1835-1902)Total running time: 14:29:43 This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit video: Copyright 2013. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved.

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