To summarize: oral poetry existed in the Mycenaean era, sometimes it echoes heard in the "Iliad", but much of the Homeric vocabulary refers to a later time. But, of course, hypothetical pieces of Mycenaean saga may exist in the Homeric epics completely independently of vocabulary and style. The most striking example - the famous helmet of boar tusks. Despite the fact that this is clearly Mycenaean thing, in the manner of his descriptions in Homer there is nothing ancient. It reminds us that the archaic style could disappear from the text to be sent in this way, even while maintaining the accuracy of the descriptions. Finally, review the three pieces of Homer's descriptions of Troy, which can be traced to the Bronze Age and of which the singers Homer perhaps did not know. None of them did not contain any linguistic features that are certainly ancient. In all, there are parts that could be extracted from the description genuine siege Hissarlik Bronze Age.
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