Thursday, October 07, 2010

Controversial New Article on Greek Archaeology and Palaeography

On the lighter side of things, America's Finest News Source has published an article on a recent National Geographic-sponsored controversy on the ancient world, here. Apparently, the textual tradition of the Iliad is not as reliable as once thought.


  1. Of course the Iliad isn't reliable. After all, it treats Troy as an historical city, the Trojan Horse as an historical artifact, Hector as an historical figure, and Athena as a living entity capable of influencing history. German scholarship has long debunked all such archaic notions.

  2. Another fraud in the academic community. So what's new?