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- The Iliad: A Study Guide
- Classical images illustrating the Iliad. Repertory of outstanding painted vases, wall paintings and other ancient iconography of the War of Troy.
- Comments on background, plot, themes, authorship, and translation issues by 2008 translator Herbert Jordan.
- D. B. Monro, Homer: Iliad, Books I-XII, with an Introduction, a Brief Homeric Grammar, and Notes (3rd ed., 1890)
- D. B. Monro, Homer: Iliad, Books XIII-XXIV, with Notes (4th ed., 1903)
- D. B. Monro, A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect (2nd ed., 1891)
- Iliad, online version of the work by Homer (English). Alexander Pope translation.
- Iliad in Ancient Greek: from the Perseus Project (PP), with the Murray and Butler translations and hyperlinks to mythological and grammatical commentary; via the Chicago Homer, with the Lattimore translation and markup indicating formulaic repetitions
- Links to translations freely available online are included in the list above.
- Alexander C. (2009) The War That Killed Achilles: The True Story of Homer's Iliad and the Trojan War. New York: Viking. ISBN 9780670021123
- The subject of the Iliad was war — not merely the poetical romance of the war at Troy, but war, in all its enduring devastation. This analysis of Homer's epic emphasizes the poet's vision of the tragedy of war, addressing many of the central questions that define the war experience of every age.