OTHER WORDS FROM HesiodHe·si·od·ic [hee-see-od-ik, hes-ee-], /ˌhi siˈɒd ɪk, ˌhɛs i-/, adjective
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Hesiod, quite unlike his contemporaries, the "later" poets of Iliad and Odyssey, gives to Heracles an iron helmet and sword.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
It is clear, however, that his conception of that past differed considerably from the traditions of Hesiod.
To Hesiod, then, we must turn for what is the earliest complete literary form of the Greek cosmogonic myth.
All these circumstances appear to be good evidence of the great antiquity of the legends recorded by Hesiod.
We now turn from Homer's incidental allusions to the ample and systematic narrative of Hesiod.