Saturnia Regna -- The Olympian conquest -- The great schools -- The failure of nerve -- The last protest -- Appendix: Translation of the treatise of Sallustius.
ock's edition (Cambridge 1926) has admirably filled this gap.
PAGE I. SATURNIA REGNA 1
II. THE OLYMPIAN CONQUEST 39
III. THE GREAT SCHOOLS 79
IV. THE FAILURE OF NERVE 123
V. THE LAST PROTEST 173
APPENDIX: TRANSLATION OF THE TREATISE OF SALLUSTIUS, +peri Theôn kai Kosmou+ 200
+O prôtos anthrôpos ek gês, choikos; ho deuteros anthrôpos ho Kyrios ex ouranou.+
"The first man is of the earth, earthy; the second man is the Lord from heaven."
Many persons who are quite prepared to admit the importance to the world of Greek poetry, Greek art, and Greek philosophy, may still feel it rather a paradox to be told that Greek religion specially repays our study at the present day. Greek religion, associated with a romantic, trivial, and not very edifying mythology, has generally seemed one of the weakest spots in the armour of those giants of the old worl