Translated by William Cullen Bryant.
Illustrations by Flaxman.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Riverside Press. 1905.
Iliad Book BindingIliad Book Cover
Title Page - Volume IVolume I. List of IllustrationsHomer Invoking the Muse. pg. 2Minerva Repressing the Fury of Achilles. pg. 12Departure of Briseis from Tent of Achilles. pg. 20Thetis Calling Briareus to the Assistance of Jupiter. pg. 22Thetis Entreating Jupiter to Honor Achilles. pg. 28Jupiter Sending Evil Dream to Agamemnon. pg. 34Venus, Disguised, Inviting Helen to the Chambers of Paris. pg. 100Venus Wounded in Hand, Conducted by Iris to Mars. pg. 154Venus Presenting Helento Paris. pg 102Otus & Ephialtes Holding Mars CaptiveDiomed Casting his Spear Against Mars. pg. 178.Hector Chiding Paris. pg. 198Meeting of Hector & Adromache
Volume IIHelen & Paris (Colored Frontispiece)Helen & Paris (Frontispiece)Iliad - Title PageList of IllustrationsHector & Ajax Separated by Heralds pg16Juno & Minerva Going to Assist the Greeks pg. 48The Hours Taking the Horses From Juno's Car. pg. 50The Embassy to Achilles. pg. 66Diomed & Ulysses Returning with Spoils of Rheus. pg. 118The Descent of Discor. pg. 122Polydamas Advising Hector to Retire to Trenches. pg. 170
Title Page Volume IIIVolume III - List of IllustrationsFrontispiece (colored)FrontispieceNeptune Rising From Sea. pg. 2Sleep Escaping From Wrath of Jupiter. pg. 60Ajax Defending Greek Ships Against Trojans. pg. 112Sleep & Death Conveying Body of Sarpedon to Lycia. pg. 148.Fighting for the Body of Patroclus. pg. 174Thetis Ordering the Nereids to Descend into Sea. pg. 206Juno Commanding Sun to Set. pg. 210.Thetis & Eurynome Receiving Infant Vulcan. pg. 218
Title Page - Volume IV. Volume IV - List of Illustrations. Automedon & Horses of Achilles (Colored Frontispiece)Automedon & Horses of Achilles (Frontispiece)Thetis Bringing Armor to Achilles. pg. 2Gods Descending into the Battle. pg. 26Gods Descending to Battle. pg. 26Achilles Defending with Rivers. pg. 62Andromache Fainting on the Wall. pg. 106Funeral Pile of Patroclus. pg. 120Hector's Body Dragged by Achilles. pg 156Judgment of Paris. pg. 158Iris Advises Priam to Obtain Body of Hector. pg. 164Funeral of Hector. pg. 196