Cranio-maxillofacial injuries in Homer's Iliad.

  title={Cranio-maxillofacial injuries in Homer's Iliad.},
  author={Anastassios I Mylonas and Fotios H Tzerbos and Aristotelis Chr Eftychiadis and Evangelia Chr Papadopoulou},
  journal={Journal of cranio-maxillo-facial surgery : official publication of the European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery},
  volume={36 1},
INTRODUCTION Homer's Iliad, being one of the oldest and greatest European epic poems, is divided into 24 "books" or "rhapsodies", in which war injuries in general, and in particular cranio-maxillofacial (CMF) injuries, are described in a unique and detailed manner. MATERIAL AND METHOD Homer's Iliad, Loeb Classical Library, translated by A.T. Murray, and revised by W.F. Wyatt, Harvard University Press, 2nd ed., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999, as well as the modern Greek translation by I… CONTINUE READING


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