History of Greece: I. Legendary Greece. II. Grecian History to the Reign of Peisistratus at Athens, Том 1

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Palamêdêshis genius and treacherous death
403
Capture of the Palladium The wooden horse
410
Blindness and cure of the poet Stesichorusalteration of the
416
Memorials of them throughout the Grecian world
424
Tale of Troyits magnitude and discrepancies
432
Generally received and visited as the town of Priam
438
Mythical legitimacy of Iliumfirst called in question by Dêmê
444
Page
446
Historical Trôas and the Teukrians
451
Sibylline prophecies
457
Absence of positive knowledgesupplied by personifying faith
465
Marked and manifold types of the Homeric gods
471
Stimulus which they afforded to the mythopæic faculty
473
Meaning of the word mythe originalaltered
480
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490
Influence of the opening of Egypt to Grecian commerce B c 660
492
VOL 1
498
Opposition between scientific method and the religious feeling
499
Scission between the superior men and the multitudeimportant
508
Tendencies of Æschylus in regard to the old legends
514
Euripidesaccused of vulgarising the mythical heroesand of
520
The historiansHerodotus
526
His deference for Egypt and Egyptian statements
532
His remarks upon the Thessalian legend of Tempê
539
Allegorical interpretation of the mythesmore and more esteemed
557
Divine legends allegorised Heroic legends historicised
568
Semihistorical interpretation
574
Matter of tradition uncertified from the beginning
580
Supposed ancient meaning is really a modern interpretation
588
His views as to the necessity and use of fiction
595
Grecian and Egyptian genealogies
601
General public of Greecefamiliar with their local mythes care
609
Tendency of works of art to intensify the mythical faith
615
out
621
Saxo Grammaticus and Snorro Sturleson contrasted with Phere
627
Chivalrous idealRomances of Charlemagne and Arthur
635
Heroic character and selfexpanding subject common to both
643

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