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Acropolis Aeschylus Aristophanes makes Poverty Asklepios cult Athenian democracy Attica BLIND WEALTH Carion celebrated character Chorus Chremylos cited by Edelstcin City Dionysia city-state comic Crete Cults and Festivals cured deities Demeter divine E. R. Dodds Edelstein Ehrenberg Eleusinian Mysteries Eleusis Epidauros farmers fifth century fourth century B.C. fresh George Thomson Gilbert Murray goddess gods Greek Comedy growing scepticism Guthrie Hades-Pluto healer Hermes hero Hesiod historian Homer honest honour human Iambulus imagine Poverty influence land last extant play later antiquity Laurel Classical Drama Moneyed wealth Nilsson Old Comedy passim peasant Peiraeus Peloponnesian Persephone Plague of Athens Plato plot Ploughing Ploutos and Asklepios Plutus political views popular R. F. Willetts religion rites ritual of incubation sacred marriage sacrifices snakes social types sowing sowing-time temple of Asklepios theatre of modern tradition transmitted in secret trends University of Birmingham Utopian literature WEALTH AND ARISTOPHANES Wealth and Beggary Willetts Cretan Cults Zeus the Saviour