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Journal of Hellenic Studies
It was in 1900 that Dr. Dörpfeld first proclaimed, to the German Institute at Athens, that Leukas and not Thiaki was the Ithaka of Homer. In 1902 he read to theArchäologische Gesellschaftof Berlin a paper on the subject, which in 1903 was published inMélanges Perrot. To this paper Wilamowitz gave a scathing and even contemptuous reply in 1903, and Dörpfeld rejoined in hisLeukas, 1905, which also contains his original essay. Since then the controversy has raged without intermission, but it hasdoi:10.2307/624500 fatcat:p45lvxcdhnampcfoym7hd3gtdy