Five Stages of Greek Religion

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Kessinger Publishing, 2003 - Religion - 256 pages
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Studies based on a course of lectures delivered April 1912 at Columbia University. Much of the content is old in concept, however, all has been reconsidered and put into print. The author is a literary scholar, who became interested in the importance of primitive religion and anthropology while an undergraduate. This writing represents the way in which large issues of Greek religion have taken shape through the mind of a reader of many periods of Greek literature. Contents: Saturnia Regna; Olympian conquest; great schools; failure of nerve; last protest.

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