Definition of Epic poetry

Epic poetry

Epic poetry is a long poem, typically one derived from ancient oral tradition, narrating the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures or the history of a nation.

Media related with Epic poetry

Epic poemIliad (-800)
Epic poemOdyssey (-800)
Epic poemShield of Heracles (-800)
Epic poemTheogony (-800)
Epic poemWorks and Days (-800)
Epic poemHomeric Hymns (-700)
PlayAmymone (-500)
PlayBassarids (-500)
PlayEdoni (-500)
PlayLycurgus (-500)
PlayMyrmidons (-500)
PlayNereids (-500)
PlayNiobe (-500)
PlayPhrygians (-500)
PlayPrometheus Bound (-500)
PlayPrometheus the Fire-Bringer (-500)
PlayPrometheus Unbound (-500)
PlayThe Daughters of Danaus (-500)
PlayThe Egyptians (-500)
PlayThe Suppliants (-500)
PlayYouths (-500)
Epic poemArgonautica (-300)
Epic poemAeneid (-29)

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