Yes. Roman emperor Caligula banned Homer’s works during his reign (37-41 A.D.) because they were said to promote unhealthy ideas about Greek freedom.
- When was cigarette advertising banned on television and radio?
- What was the first in the series of films produced by Roger Corman that were inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe?
- For what magazine did Winslow Homer illustrate battlefield scenes during the Civil War?
- What sets off the quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon at the beginning of Homer’s The Iliad (ninth century B.C.)?
- In what book of Homer’s Iliad (ninth century B.C.) does the “Catalogue of Ships” appear?