Smyrnaeus was a Greek epic poet who flourished in the 4th century AD and is best remembered for his sequel to The Iliad, The Fall of Troy, which charts the events at Troy from the death of Hector to the departure of the Achaeans after sacking Troy. The work takes the form of a hexameter poem in 14 books and is also referred to as Ta met' Homeron or Posthomerica.
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The Fall of Troy
4th c. AD
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