Iliad

Iliad, the great epic poem of Homer, consisting of 24 books, the subject of which is the “wrath of Achilles” (q.v.), and the events which followed during the last year of the ten years' Trojan War, so called from Ilion, one of the names of Troy. See Ilium.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ilfracombe * Ilithyia
Iggdrasil
Ignatieff, Nicholas
Ignatius, Father
Ignatius, St.
Ignatius Loyola
Ignorantines
Ihre, Johan
Ile de France
Ile du Diable
Ilfracombe
Iliad
Ilithyia
Ilium
Illinois
Illuminated Doctor
Illuminati
Illumination, The
Illyria
Ilus
Image Worship
Imaginary Conversations

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Iliad in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Aleander, Jerome
Apion
Aristarchus
Barnes, Joshua
Barthius, Caspar
Bianchini, Francis
Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah
Boccaccio, John
Broome, William
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