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The Mythological Strain in Greek Religion
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according actual aidos already ancient ancient religion animal Apollo appear archaic aspect Athens attitude become belongs British Museum called century B.C. ceremony characteristic clear complete concept connected continually corresponding cult death deities described Dialis Dionysus direction divine domain everything evidence example existence experience expressed eyes fact feeling festal festive figures flamen give given goddess gods Greek religion hand Homer human idea important Jupiter kind knowledge known later laughter less living looking meaning merely Museum myth mythology nature never non-existence object Olympia original painter particular performance period phenomenon philosopher picture play positive possible present primitive pure question reality reason refer relation relationship religious religious experience remains represented Roman religion Rome sacred sense speak spiritual stands statue Style Temple thing thought Titanic vase Veiovis vision whole Zeus