Collected Writings on the Gods and the World
Prometheus Trust, 1994 - Ethics - 252 pages
This presents several texts dealing with the philosophic view of The Gods and their providential relationship with manifestation. It includes, - Sallust, On The Gods and the World; The Pythagoric Sentences of Demophilus; Taurus, On the Eternity of the World; The Thema Mundi of Julius Firmicus Maternus; The Emperor Julian's Oration to the Mother of the Gods; and To the Sovereign Sun; Synesius' On Providence; and two essays by Taylor, On the Mythology of the Greeks; and On the Theology of the Greeks . An indispensable and accessible introduction to Greek theology.
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Thomas Taylors Introduction to Sallust On the Gods and the World
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