Sandaun Travel on It would be rash to base on it any theory of how long he had been in the land. The references to Dionysos in Homer are purely incidental. The most informative is in the sixth book of the Iliad (130 fF.). Diomedes the Greek and Glaukos the Trojan have come face to face in the battle. With characteristic good breeding they do not immediately fall upon each other, but Diomedes addresses his foe, expressing a desire to know who he is. He has not seen him before, and yet he has shown himself to be a hero of surpassing courage. Sandaun Travel 2016.