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e general remarks I must be permitted to dwell briefly upon the different tales, partly to point out the authority for such or such a stroke and partly to give some few more detailed explanations. Little is known of the Pelasgian epoch; but it is a historical fact that a woman w

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as abducted at the fountain of Callirrho?. On this incident the first story “Zeus Hypsistos” is founded, and the climax of Periphas’ death is based upon an ancient idea: a voice of fate. The belief in Phēmai or Cledones is older than in that of most oracles, and dates back to t

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he days of Homer. When Ulysses is wandering about, pondering over the thought of killing the suitors, he prays to Zeus for a sign and omen, a voice of fate, which then sounds in a thunder-clap and, inside of the house, he hears a slave-girl wishing evil to the suitors. The old demi

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-god Cychreus of Salamis is mentioned by Pausanias (I. 36). It was a universal idea in ancient times that demi-gods liked to transform themselves into serpents. In the battle of Salamis a serpent appeared in the Athenian fleet; the oracle declared that it was the ancient demi-god C

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ychreus. In Eleusis Demeter hadv a serpent called the Cychrean, for Cychreus, who had either slain it or himself assumed its form. For the remarkable ceremonial of purification after a murder (page 58), see A

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pollonius’ Argonautica (IV. 702). The words: “Zeus was, Zeus is, and Zeus will be” are borrowed from the ancient hymn sung by the Dodonian priestesses, called Peleiades (doves.) In “The Sycophant” the notes cited on pages 72-73 would be valueless, if they did not contain the punishments whic

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  • Once upon a time all the Rivers combined to protest against the action of the Sea in making their waters salt. 鈥淲hen we come to you,鈥?said they to the Sea.

    members united to work against or break down the increasing power of the popular government, which was exerting a more and more unendurable press

  • ure. There were many kinds of “hetaeriae,” but the most absolute secrecy was common to all. The members were conspirators, pledged to assist one

    Once upon a time all the Rivers combined to protest against the action of the Sea in making their waters salt. 鈥淲hen we come to you,鈥?said they to the Sea.

  • Once upon a time all the Rivers combined to protest against the action of the Sea in making their waters salt. 鈥淲hen we come to you,鈥?said they to the Sea.

    ; for the delineation of a political society of this kind would require a far more extensive apparatus than could be contained within the brief li

  • mits of a tale. Several of the characters in “The Hetaeria” have actually existed. The comedian Sthenelus is mentioned by Aristophanes (vesp. 13

    Once upon a time all the Rivers combined to protest against the action of the Sea in making their waters salt. 鈥淲hen we come to you,鈥?said they to the Sea.

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