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to a certain point, a general idea of the Greek system of quantities, in an English dress. This plan has been pursued till the reader is supposed to be tolerably versed in its ordinary application; after this point, the prosodial marks have been gradually withdrawn; and though some few deviations will occasionally be noticed, they are not of such a nature as to inconvenience the reader, who will have already gone through copious examples of a similar formation.
London, May, 1851.
NAMES OF CONTRIBUTORS.
E. POCOCKE, Esq.
CHAPTERS I., II., III., IV., V., and VI.; CHAPTER VII., excepting the Life of Lycurgus; CHAPTER VIII., excepting the Lives of Codrus, Draco, Solon, and the Peisistratida,
SIR THOMAS NOON TALFOURD, D.C.L.,
CHAPTER XI. Life of Alcibiadēs.
XIV. The Early Sculptors of Greece.
THE LATE JOHN T. RUTT, Esq.
THE REV. J. B. OTTLEY, M.A.,
LATE FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE, OXFORD.
The article on the Peisistratidæ, and the articles constituting CHAPTERS IX., X., and XII., were contributed to the first edition of the Encyclopædia Metropolitana by writers who are unknown to the present Editor. They have all been revised for this edition,
17. Indian Origin of the Greek Legends
CHAPTER VI.-SKETCH OF THE GEOGRAPHY OF GREECE
CHAPTER XI.-ALCIBIADĒS, flourished about B.C. 400
Conclusions respecting the Social Condition of the
CHAPTER XIV.—THE EARLY SCULPTORS OF GREECE .
CHAPTER XV.-THE EARLY PAINTERS OF GREECE
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS