The Silver Age Of The Greek World

Paperback | February 2, 2012

bySir John Pentland Mahaffy

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906. Excerpt: ... Burke, Edmund, on party govern-ment, 352. Bury, J. B., Later Roman Empire, 287. Bntler, Bishop, on punishment for sin, compared with Plutarch, 363. Byzantium, 205; racing factions at, 286; its status under Roman rule, 406. Cncilius, the rhetor, 440, 441. Cawe, 244. Ceesar: overthrow of oligarchy by, 14; hie designs against the Parthians, 204; his dislike of Greek shallowness, 190. Caesar Augusta (Saragossa), 232. C»sar Lacon, 307. Caesarea, in Manretania, 256. Caesarea: rebuilt and adorned by Herod, 209, 211; conflict of Jews and Greeks at, 418. Cesaria, 309. Caesarian age, the, marked by revival in Greek literature, 244. Calenus, 191. Caligula, 302, 308; the embassy from Alexandrian Jews to, 409; vide tub Philo. Callimachas, the father of the epi-gram, 427. Callisthenes, pseudo-, 70. Callistratus, the Borysthenite, 324. Calymnn, kings at, 116. Camillus, to whom Philip of Thessa-lonica dedicated his anthology, 433. Cannanore, Roman coins found at, 313. Cantabri, astonishment of the, at Roman officers taking walking ex-ercise, 231. Capitals, specimens of Greek, found in India, 30. Capitolina, 306, 309. Cappadocians, refuse a democratic polity, 129, 269. Capua, spoils of, 133. Carian League, and Mithradates, 118. Carneades: his Doctrine ofProbability, 98; as ambassador at Rome, 88, 94, 95; personally friendly to Dioge-nes, 97. Carthage: Btrabo's account of, 256; fertility of its territory, 4; its slaves, 6. Curthagena, the great mine at, 231. Carystos: marble quarries of, 313; meeting of populace at, 329. Casamicciola, 252. Casander, 315. Cassino, Monte, abbot of, 263. Cassiterides, 229. Cassius, a sentimental republican, an actual tyrant, 194. Caseins Dionysius, translator of Mago's text-book. 5. Cato Haior, 103; inconsistency of his opposition to Gre...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906. Excerpt: ... Burke, Edmund, on party govern-ment, 352. Bury, J. B., Later Roman Empire, 287. Bntler, Bishop, on punishment for sin, compare...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:146 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.31 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217131263

ISBN - 13:9780217131261

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