Companion to Greek studies (Google eBook)

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Contents

Malis Doris and the Locrians
10
Phocis Delphi
11
Boeotia
12
Euboea 14 Attica and Megaris 15 Athens
13
Peiraeus
16
The Peloponnese 18 The Isthmus of Corinth 19 Achaia 20 Elis 21 Messenia 22 Laconia 23 Arcadia
17
Argolis 25 The Western Islands 26 The Eastern Islands
18
The Greek Colonies
10
The Propontis the Euxine Cyprus Egypt 29 Sicily
21
Italy
22
Canon of Durham 31 Quadrumana 32 Carnivora
23
Rodentia
24
Ruminantia
25
REPTILES B BIRDS SECTION 37 Accipitres 38 Striges
26
Passeres
27
Picariae 41 Alcyones 42 Upupidse Cuculidae 43 Columbse 44 Gallinae 45 Struthiones etc 46 Limicolae 47 Anseres
31
Gaviae 49 Pygopodes 50 Testudinata
32
Sauna 52 Ophidia 53 Batrachia 54 D FISHES
33
E INVERTEBRATES
34
Pachydermata
35
Cetacea
36
FLORA By the late H B Tristram LL D D D F R S 56 Forest Trees 57 Fruit Trees
37
Shrubs 59 Flowers
38
Food plants etc 61 Wild plants
39
CHAPTER II
41
Methods of dating
43
Pedigrees
44
Critical estimate
50
Race and language Neighbours
51
Divisions of Greek stock
52
Mycenaean age
53
Migrations
54
SECTION PAGE 74 A THE EIGHTH AND SEVENTH CENTURIES B C
55
B THE SIXTH CENTURY B C
58
THE FIFTH CENTURY B C
62
The Pentecontaety 478431
65
Democracy
69
The Peloponnesian war 431404
73
The greatness of Thebes and the rise of Macedon 370338
76
E THE FOURTH AND THIRD CENTURIES B C
80
F THE THIRD AND SECOND CENTURIES B C
84
220146
86
LITERATURE PHILOSOPHY SCIENCE III 1 LITERATURE By the late Sir Richard C Jebb Litt D
89
The Epic
90
Character of Homeric poetry
91
Influence of the Homeric poems
92
Notices of Homers life Homeridae
93
Alexandrian criticism Zenodotus Aristophanes Aristarchus The division into books
95
The Homeric question
96
Other theories
97
The Epic Cycle
98
Hesiod Stamp of Hesiodic poetry
99
The Homeric Hymns
100
The later Epos
101
B ELEGIAC IAMBIC AND LYRIC POETRY 104 Elegiac poetry Its range and duration
102
Iambic poetry
103
SECTION PAGE 107 The Dorian choral lyric
104
Pindar
105
Bacchylides
107
Trilogy and Tetralogy
108
Plays of Aeschylus
109
Sophocles no 115 Euripides
113
Decadence of Tragedy
116
Origin of Attic Comedy
117
Poets of the Old Comedy
118
Comedy after Aristophanes
119
HISTORICAL PROSE 121 The early prose
120
Herodotus
121
Later development of Constitutions PAGE
122
Thucydides
123
Xenophon
125
Treatises on the Polity of Athens
128
E RHETORIC AND ORATORY 127 The early Rhetoric
129
Andocides
130
Isocrates
131
Isaeus
133
SECTION
135
Aeschines
136
Hypereides
137
Asianism versus Atticism
138
LITERATURE OF THE ALEXANDRIAN AND ROMAN AGE POETRY 142 Character of the classical period and of the Alexandrian Value of the la...
140
Relation of the Alexandrian to the Roman period
142
Bion and Moschus
143
Lycophron Timon
144
Forms of slavery
154
Barbarian slaves Number of slaves
186
life and personality
197
Theory of education Dialectic
198
Socratic schools The Cynics rians The EleoEretrians Definitions Ethics
199
Platos life Writings
200
Principal dialogues
201
Order of the dialogues
202
Theory of ideas
203
Its phases
204
Modern orthodoxy
205
Modern heresy
206
The idealist cosmology
207
Natural kinds
208
Ethics
209
The Old Academy D ARISTOTLE AND PERIPATETICISM
210
Aristotles life Writings
211
Relation to Plato Material and formal causes
212
Moving and final causes
213
Psychology
214
First existence
215
Sciences Logic Natural sciences
216
Ethical treatises
217
Ethics
218
The Nicomachean ethics
219
The politics
220
Academicism and Peripateticism
221
EPICUREANS STOICS SCEPTICS
222
Characteristics of the Later Schools
223
Epicurus Life and writings
224
General aspects Canonic
225
Physics
226
Ethics Stoics Relation to predecessors
227
Logic
228
Physics
229
Psychology
230
Ethics
231
Sceptics
232
Eclectics EpictetusM Antoninus
233
Sculpture in relief
234
General impulses to progress
237
Anatomy and drapery Sense of beauty
240
Schools of Argos Sicyon Aegina Schools of Rhegium and Athens
241
PERIOD OF MATURITY circa 460320 B C
244
his achievement His greatest works Sculptures of the Parthenon
245
Sculptures of the Parthenon
246
Polycleitus
248
Transition to the fourth century circa 400360 B C
251
THE GREAT SCULPTORS OF THE FOURTH CENTURY 268 NeoAttic School of the fourth century Choice of subjects
252
Scopus
253
SF CTION TAGK 270 Timotheus and Leochares
255
Praxiteles
257
Lysippus 260
260
Period of Decline School of Pergamum
263
School of Rhodes
265
GraecoRoman Art
267
Sources of knowledge
268
Technical methods
269
Second period Polygnotus Micon and Panaenus
270
Fourth period Fourth century Sicyonian School Attic School
271
Ionic School Apelles
273
Fifth period Hellenistic painting
274
Rise of Attic School
275
The Blackfigure Style Methods
276
The Blackfigure Style Subdivisions
277
Blackfigure Style Subjects
278
The Redfigure Style Methods Mechanical aids
280
Redfigure Style Subjects
281
White Athenian Vases
284
Character and use
285
Mycenaean Gems
286
Later development
289
Introduction
290
Notation
292
Classification of myths 1 Popular 2 Official 3 Poetical
299
A Ordinary ritual 1 Persons employed in worship Head
318
B Extraordinary ritual a Festivals Civic festivals
325
Musical festivals
331
Dramatic festivals Great Dionysia and Lenaea Order
337
Mysteries Eleusis history of mysteries Order of celebration
343
Lawgivers and Tyrants
349
HISTORY OF THE CONSTITUTION 358 Legendary history of Athenian Constitution
353
Tribal organisation 360 Early government 361 Draco and Solon
355
Peisistratus 363 Cleisthenes
356
146
359
THE CONSTITUTION IN ITS DETAILED ORGANISATION 367 Metics
360
Magistrates in general
361
The Archons
362
Other administrative magistrates Religious magistrates
363
The Council of the Five Hundred
364
Powers of the Council
365
The Council of the Areopagus
366
Constitutional position of the law courts
367
Process of legislation
368
THE SPARTAN CONSTITUTION 380 History of the Constitution
369
Classes of population Perioeci
370
396
380
Laws of Gortyn Laws of Gortyn 1 st period 2nd period
381
Procedure
382
B THE ATHENIAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN THE FOURTH CENTURY
383
SECTION
385
Development of the Democratic Courts
399
Tiyfjiovia 8ncaoTipiou
400
ot 6rfioOTai
401
oi TCTTapaKovTa
402
o diamjTai
403
Judges and Arbitrators Laws of Gortyn archaic elements Laws of Gortyn new tendencies 377 377
404
oi 8tKaarai
405
378
406
147
407
ro3oXi7
408
Trials for homicide The five courts
409
Procedure
410
Public and private actions
411
SUm irpos Tiva and Kara twos
412
ayuvs UTiprjTnt and TiijToi
413
Some special forms of public action
414
faTis
415
148
416
Normal course of an action public or private
417
napypapat
418
biajiapTvplat
419
documentary proofs and witnesses
420
irpoKrTis tit jiatravov
421
Expansion of Greece 54
422
date and adjournments
423
speeches
424
the voting
425
Penalties
426
Execution
427
Reversal of judgment
428
General principles
429
Temple management at Delos
430
its sacred treasures
431
The tribute
432
The ordinary revenues of Athens
433
The property
434
The ordinary liturgies
435
The trierarchy
436
Expenditure
437
Financial administration
438
Nature of the evidence
439
Official registers at Athens
440
Number of Athenian citizens
441
Women and children at Athens
442
Slave population
443
Sparta
444
The origin of coinage
445
Lydian and Persian coinage
447
Coin types
448
Silver coinage
449
Coinage on the mainland of Greece
450
Weight standards of coinage
451
Coin types in silver
452
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456
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460
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b Retail trade Markets
476
Hoplite equipment Shield
480
Associations of workmen
482
Lance and sword Cavalry Light infantry ARMS AND ARMOUR Defensive armour c
489
379
494
The
495
Death and burial
501
Spartans century
504
SECTION rAGE 564 The Sophists
510
The Ephebi
511
The papyrus roll
512
Parchment
513
PAGE
514
Writing materials
515
Libraries etc
516
Women in Homer 574 Marriage in Homer
517
Hesiods idea of woman 576 Women in the lyric poets 577 Sparta
518
Marriage and divorce
519
Legal position of women at Athens 580 General position of women especially at 681 General position of women 2 abroad 582 Amusements of wom...
520
Introduction Dress in prehistoric Art 586 Homeric dress Dress of men and women in Homer 587 Dress of historic times Thucydides on the dress of t...
527
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Garments of historic Greece The Dorian chiton of the wome Dorian chiton of the
529
The Ionian chiton The girdle 590 Outer garments of both men and women 591 Dress of children Dress of foreigners 592 Materials Colours of materi...
533
DAILY LIFE ITS SURROUNDINGS EMPLOYMENTS AND AMUSEMENTS By E A Gardner M A A TOWN LIFE 597 General aspect and arrange...
535
Houses and streets
536
B COUNTRY LIFEAGRICULTURE ETC SECTION PAGE 601 Country life
538
Agriculture
540
Pasturage and hunting
541
EXERCISE GAMES BATHS 613 Physical exercise
546
Games with ball etc
547
E TRAVELLING
548
Homeric warfare Predominance of cavalry Hoplite tactics Use of lightarmed troops Drill and organisation of Mercenaries
549
HOUSE AND FURNITURE By E A Gardner M A 619 The Greek house scanty evidence 55
552
Homer Crete and Sparta
553
Developments in the fourth
555
Furniture and vessels etc
557
Medicine in general
558
Reading and writing
560
Tactics of Philip Battles of Alexander Successors of Alexander
561
Medical guilds 56
562
Private practice
563
Treatment
564
Later development
565
CRITICISM AND INTERPRETATION VIII i DIALECTS By the late R A Neil M A Fellow of Pembroke College and P Giles M A Reader in Compa...
566
Dialectic differences
567
Arcadian and Cyprian
568
380
569
Aeolic
570
Ionic
571
Attic
573
Epic
575
Doric
576
Northern Doric
579
Dialect of the choral poets
580
Definition and scope
581
Origin and composition of the Greek alphabet
582
Necessary adaptations
583
Further development of the Ionic alphabet
586
Systems of writing
589
Ligatures Abbreviations Compendia Stenography
590
Syntax of inscriptional language
591
Classification and formulae of inscriptions
592
Honorary Dedicatory and Sepulchral Inscriptions
594
Annual Accounts of Magistrates etc Official namelists
595
Legal documents etc
596
Duality of writing in ancient times
597
Duality of Greek writing
598
Duality of Egyptian writing
599
Reforms in handwriting Coo 672 Successful and unsuccessful variations
601
Caution in assigning dates
602
Every hand has its error
604
SECTION PAGE 676 Of dates in mss and of the kidiction
605
Of cryptographic subscriptions
606
Of versetale
607
Office of textual criticism
610
Internal evidence of readings Intrinsic probability Tran scriptional probability
611
but it is necessarily incomplete Limited validity of critical canons
614
Every MS has traits peculiar to itself
615
Genealogy of MSS
616
Partial reconstruction of a lost archetype
617
Evidence of groups not genealogical Inconclusiveness a of mere number and 6 of age
618
Documents in supplement of MSS i Ancient quotations 2 Scholia 3 Old translations
620
Emendation traceable in MSS
621
Arrangement of apparatus criticus
622
Conclusion
623
Longs and shorts
624
Hiatus and syllaba anceps
625
Anapaests
627
Variety of combinations Stanza
628
Glyconic Basis Dochmiac
629
Ionic
630
Ambiguities
631
Division of periods
632
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Italian humanists Leonardo Bruni Cyriacus of Ancona
641
Germany Reuchlin Melanchthon Sylburg Fabricius Reiske
648
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SCIENCE By James Gow Litt D Headmaster of Westminster School
655
Primitive citadels Fortified cities Siegecraft Siege of Syracuse The Carthaginians and Dionysius Philip and Alexander Later developments TACTICS 4...
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Theory of Numbers dpiupij 201
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4rs 469 470 470 472
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