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The Homeric Hymns : a new prose translation, and essays, literary ...

The Homeric Hymns : a new prose translation, and essays, literary ...

The Homeric Hymns : a new prose translation, and essays, literary

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  • Page 10 and 11: BUST OF ATHENE Pellisaier & Allen.,
  • Page 12 and 13: Printed by BALLANTYNE, HANSON
  • Page 15 and 16: PREFACE T^O translate the Hymns usu
  • Page 17 and 18: Tyrrell, by Mr. Verral, PREFACE ix
  • Page 19 and 20: CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE vii ESSAYS IN
  • Page 21 and 22: LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS BUST OF ATHEN
  • Page 23: ESSAYS INTRODUCTORY TO THE HOMERIC
  • Page 26 and 27: HOMERIC HYMNS exist in the third ce
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  • Page 34 and 35: THE HYMN TO APOLLO THE Hymn to Apol
  • Page 36 and 37: HOMERIC HYMNS " Beware of arrogance
  • Page 38 and 39: i6 HOMERIC HYMNS their favourite me
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    HOMERIC HYMNS and St. Augustine how

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    3 2 HOMERIC HYMNS and with men, tha

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    34 HOMERIC HYMNS makes the essence

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    THE THE HYMN TO HERMES Hymn to Herm

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    HERMES 37 deity, though he became t

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    HUMOUR 39 being the midnight thief

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    event, appears DATE 41 to indicate

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    ORIENTAL ELEMENTS 43 Mr. J. J. Atki

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    EARLIEST RELIGION 45 in the religio

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    MYTHICAL CONTRADICTIONS 47 (why ado

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    ORIGIN OF MYTHIC SCANDALS 49 Austra

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    HESTIA 51 over every human field of

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    I * THE HYMN TO DEMETER AHE beautif

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    MOURNING DEMETER. Marble statue fro

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    companion HOMERIC HYMNS of Demeter

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    58 HOMERIC HYMNS aspect, as concern

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    60 HOMERIC HYMNS Till the end of th

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    62 HOMERIC HYMNS is not a gum-tree,

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    64 HOMERIC HYMNS " l but the Goddes

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    66 HOMERIC HYMNS conditioned here i

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    68 HOMERIC HYMNS may, and often doe

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    HOMERIC HYMNS The Pawnee ideas have

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    HOMERIC HYMNS among peoples not yet

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    74 HOMERIC HYMNS person is called m

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    76 HOMERIC HYMNS anything else. Tha

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    78 HOMERIC HYMNS note is hardly so

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    8o HOMERIC HYMNS purely spiritual a

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    82 HOMERIC HYMNS element occurs, I

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    84 HOMERIC HYMNS Greek prehistoric

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    86 HOMERIC HYMNS mystery is kept up

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    88 HOMERIC HYMNS the Australian des

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    9o HOMERIC HYMNS fatal to taste fai

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    9 2 HOMERIC HYMNS the Fijian belief

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    ORIGIN OF MYSTERIES 93 bag" of the

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    PHRYGIAN THEORY 95 may be "the old

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    UNIVERSALITY 97 pointing out to any

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    WHAT COULD NOT LAST 99 other hand,

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    HOMERIC HYMNS

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    104 HOMERIC HYMNS 6-22 the bow and

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    106 HOMERIC HYMNS 42-61 Cos, a city

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    io8 HOMERIC HYMNS 81-99 oracular of

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    no HOMERIC HYMNS "7-134 her arms, a

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    H2 HOMERIC HYMNS 154-172 men and fa

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    H 4 HOMERIC HYMNS 189-207 Muses tog

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    n6 HOMERIC HYMNS 226-244 in Holy Th

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    Ii8 HOMERIC HYMNS 264-281 watering

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    120 HOMERIC HYMNS 302-319 did the P

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    122 HOMERIC HYMNS 334-352 " Listen

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    124 HOMERIC HYMNS 370-388 veiled he

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    I 26 HOMERIC HYMNS 409-428 south-wi

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    I 2 8 HOMERIC HYMNS 445-464 wives o

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    1 3 o HOMERIC HYMNS 483-502 held hi

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    132 HOMERIC HYMNS 521-537 Parnassus

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    142 HOMERIC HYMNS 137-156 when the

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    HOMERIC HYMNS 177-194 worse thing w

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    146 HOMERIC HYMNS 213-232 that the

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    148 HOMERIC HYMNS "252-270 he had s

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    150 HOMERIC HYMNS 289-308 the last

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    152 HOMERIC HYMNS 329-348 the knees

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    154 HOMERIC HYMNS 369-388 thee : fo

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    156 HOMERIC HYMNS 407-427 might : n

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    158 HOMERIC HYMNS 444-464 such as,

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    160 HOMERIC HYMNS 488-503 him all t

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    1 62 HOMERIC HYMNS 522-534 son vow

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    1 6. | HOMERIC MTMNS 536-569- ancl

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    ' Ill APHRODITE I ^ELL me, Muse, of

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    I4-3I APHRODITE 167 bronze. And she

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    45-64 APHRODITE 169 desire, to lie

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    8i-ioi APHRODITE 171 adread when he

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    117-136 APHRODITE 173 Distaff, who

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    156-172 APHRODITE 175 were I to go

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    192-208 APHRODITE 177 Then answered

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    226-245 APHRODITE 179 Now so long a

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    263-282 APHRODITE 181 Sileni and th

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    SYRACUSAN MEDALLION BY EUAINETOS Ob

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    24-42 HYMN TO DEMETER 185 shining h

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    62-79 HYMN TO DEMETER 187 Helios th

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    96-113 HYMN TO DEMETER 189 Celeus,

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    133-152 HYMN TO DEMETER 191 and gai

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    171-198 HYMN TO DEMETER 193 father,

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    209-226 HYMN TO DEMETER 195 drink r

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    241-259 HYMN TO DEMETER 197 them it

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    278-295 HYMN TO DEMETER 199 shone t

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    313-330 HYMN TO DEMETER 201 have lo

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    348-366 HYMN TO DEMETER 203 of Argo

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    385-405 HYMN TO DEMETER 205 them th

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    424-443 HYMN TO DEMETER 207 and Plo

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    461-479 HYMN TO DEMETER 209 seeing

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    V TO APHRODIT6 I SHALL sing of the

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    DIONYSUS SAILING IN HIS SACRED SHIP

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    i 9 _ 3 6 TO DIONYSUS 215 of the Si

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    55-59 TO DIONYSUS 217 Sir, dear art

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    n-i7 TO ARES 219 martial strength,

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    IX TO APHRODITE I SHALL sing of Cyt

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    XI TO HERA I SING of golden-throned

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    XIII TO THE MOTHER OF THE GODS OING

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    XV TO ASCLEPIUS the healer of disea

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    1SING XVII TO HERMES of Cyllenian H

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    PAN With Goat and Shepherd's Crook

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    232 HOMERIC HYMNS 34-49 him to wed

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    XX TO APOLLO PHOEBUS, to thee the s

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    XXII TO HIGHEST ZEUS TO Zeus the be

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    XXIV TO THE MUSES AND APOLLO F^ROM

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    XXVI TO ARTEMIS T SING of Artemis o

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    XXVII TO ATHENE fairest Athene, ren

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    XXVIII TO HESTIA LJESTIA, thou that

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    XXIX TO EARTH, THE MOTHER OF ALL CO

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    XXX TO HELIOS EGIN, O Muse Calliope

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    XXXI TO THE MOON YE Muses, sing of

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    XXXII TO THE DIOSCOURI ING, fair-gl

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    1 5-19 TO THE DIOSCOURI 253 evil wi

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    i6-2i TO DIONYSUS 255 So spake Zeus

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