The Phocais (Greek: Φωκαΐς) was an ancient Greek epic attributed to Homer. In the Life of Homer, a biography of Homer falsely attributed to Herodotus, it was said to have been written while Homer lived at Phocaea with a man named Thestorides; however, whether Thestorides actually existed and where he lived is highly suspect. Like all Homeric works, its true author is unknown; today only a single fragment (three to four sentences of text) claiming its existence survives.[1]


  1. Stewart, Michael W. "Phokais" (Greek Mythology: From The Iliad To The Fall Of The Last Tyrant). Accessed: August 31, 2006.
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