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1 History
1 1900 Greece to Alexander by Bury 1,252P 20:51:50
3 1880 Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome by BERENS 685P 11:24:07
4 Greek View of Life by Dickinson 657P 10:56:14
5 1883 Mosaics of Grecian History by Wilson 638P 10:38
6 1884 Custom & Myth by Lang 443P 7:22:54
7 1907 Shores of the Great Sea by Synge 293P 4:52:40
8 1865 Smaller history of Greece From earliest times to Roman conquest by Smith, Sir William 268P 4:28
9 1891 Short History of Greek Philosophy by Marshall 255P 4:15
10 1905 History of Greek Art by Tarbell 220P 3:40
2 Religion
12 Myth, Ritual & Religion, V1-2 by Lang 858P 14:18
13 1870 Christianity & Greek Philosophy or, relation between spontaneous & reflective thought in Greece & positive teaching of Christ & His Apostles by Cocker 768P 12:48
14 1920 Critical History of Greek Philosophy by Stace 467P 7:47
15 1907 5 Stages of Greek Religion by Murray 306P 5:06
16 1890 Fishes, Flowers, & Fire as Elements & Deities in Phallic Faiths & Worship of Ancient Religions of Greece, Babylon by Anonymous 165P 2:45
17 1912 Kybalion: Study of Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt & Greece by 3 Initiates 149P 2:29
18 Stoicism by Stock126P 2:15:25 62M
19 1878 God-Idea of Ancients or Sex in Religion by Gamble 248P 2:08
20 1910 Anonymous - Religion & Art in Ancient Greece by Gardner 86P 1:26
21 1905 Pantheism, Its Story & Significance Religions Ancient & Modern by Picton 84P 1:24
3 Biography 4
22 356 - 23 BC Alexander The Great by Abbott 331P 5:30:44
23 1904 Famous Men of Greece by Haaren 270P 4:29:15
24 1901 Pyrrhus Makers of History by Abbott 255P 4:15
25 Ancient Greek Philosopher Scientists By Various 309P 3:08:32
4 Minor Writers 10
26 140 Morals By PLUTARCHUS 1,335p 22:14:28
27 404 BC 431 - 4 BC History of Peloponnesian War by Thucydides 1,258P 20:57:35
28 Life of Apollonius of Tyana V1-2 15 - 100 by Philostratus 1,100P 18:19:37
29 450s - 20s BC Histories by Herodotus 614P 10:13:57
30 Anabasis by Xenophon 546P 9:05:12
31 100 Parallel Lives of Greeks & Romans by Plutarch 524P 8:43:17
32 29 - 19 BC Aeneid by Virgil 456P 7:35:41
33 200s Argonautica By RHODIUS 712P 6:51:54
35 405 BC Hippolytus/Bacchae by Euripides 121P 2:01
36 Frogs By ARISTOPHANES 102P 01:42:02
37 Electra 85P 1:24:40
41 570 BC Sappho: New Rendering By SAPPHO 36P 0:35:35
42 389 BC Chorus of Women By ARISTOPHANES 20P 0:19:45
5 Major Writers 10
2 Plato 5
60 1970 Laws 596P 9:36
61 347 BC Timaeus 471P 7:50:59
64 347 BC Protagoras 196P 3:15:31
66 1804 Introduction to Philosophy & Writings of Plato 171P 2:51
68 347 BC Symposium 136P 2:15:06
71 Critias 107P 1:06:32
5 Euripides 2
78 406 BC Iphigenia in Aulis By EURIPIDES 100P 01:39:57
79 406 BC Alcestis By EURIPIDES 77P 1:16:50
1 1900 Greece to Alexander V1&2 by John Bagnell Bury 313,000W 1,252P 20:51:50 573M
1
1 Begining of Greece to Heroic Age
2 Origin of greeks
3 1600 - 1100 BC Mycenian Civilization
4 Aecheans & Trojan war
5 Dorian conquest
6 Expansion of Greeks over Aegean islands
2
1 Expansion of Greece
2 Colonies in Western Mediterranian
3 Growth of Trade & Maritine Enterprise
3
1 Growth of Sparta
2 Internal Development of sparta & her insstitutions
3 Supremacy & Decline of Argos, Olympian Games
4 Tyranies of Central Greece
4
1 Union of Attica & Foundation of Athenian Democracy
2 600s Aristocrachy
3 legistation of solon & foundation of democracy
5
1 Growth of Athens 1 Conquest of Salamis & Nicea
2 Growth of sparta & Peloponesian league
3 Reform of Cleosthones
6
1 Advance of Persia to Aegean
2 Persian conquest of asiatic greece
3 European expedition of Darius, Conquest of Thrace
4 2nd & 3rd European Expeditions of Darius, Battle of Marathon
5 Struggle of Athens & Agina
7
1 Perils of Greece Persian & Punic Invasions
2 Battle of Salamis
3 Battle of Platea
4 Carthiginian invasion of Sicily & Battle of Hymera
5 500s Religious movements
8
1 Foundation of Athenian Empire
2 Position of sparta
3 carreer of pausenius
4 Ostracism & death of Themostracles
9
1 Athenian Empire under guidance of Pericles
2 Completion of Athenian Democrachy
3 Conclusion of peace with Persia
4 Restauration of Temples
5 Athenian enterprise in Italy
10
1 431 - 21 BC War of Athens with Peloponesians
2 Theban Attack on Plataea
3 Seige & Capture of Palataea
4 Warfare in Western Greece
5 Tragic Events in Colcaira
6 Athenian Capture of Pylos
7 Athens fails in Beoshia
8 Negotiations for Peace
11 DECLINE & DOWNFALL OF ATHENIAN EMPIRE
1 New Political Combinations with Argos
2 Western Policy of Athens
3 Sailing of Sicilian Expedition
4 414 BC Siege of Syracuse
5 2nd Expediticm
6 Consequences of Sicilian Catastrophe
7 Oligarchic Revolution
8 Fall of 400 Polity oligarchy Restored
9 fall of Athenian Empire
10 Rule of 30 & Restoration of Democracy
12 SPARTAN SUPREMACY &PERSIAN WAR
1 Spartan Supremacy
2 Rebellion of Cyrrus, March of 10K
3 War of Sparta with Persia
4 Asiatic Campaigns of Agesilaus Battle of Cnidus
5 Sparta at Gates of Peloponnesus (Corinthian War)
6 King's Peace
13 REVIVAL OF ATHENS & HER 2ND LEAGUE
1 High-handed Policy of Sparta
2 Alliance of Athens & Thebes
3 2nd Athenian League & Theban Reforms
4 Battle of Naxos & Peace of Callias
5 Athens under Restored Democracy
14 HEGEMONY OF THEBES
1 Jason of Pherae & Battle of Leucira
2 Policy of Thebes in Southern Greece, Arcadia & Messenia
3 Policy & Action of Thebes in Northern Greece
4 Rattle of Mantinea
5 Last Expedition of Agesilaus
15 SYRACUSAN EMPIRE &STRUGGLE WITH CARTHAGE
1 Carthaginian Destruction of Selinus & Himera
2 Carthaginian Conquest of Acnigas
3 Rise of Dionysius
4 1st Years of Dionysius
5 1st Punic War of Dionysius
6 2nd Punic War, & Sicel Conqiiests of Dionysius
7 Empire of Dionysius
8 Death of Dionysius Estimate of his Work
9 Dionysius Younger
10 Dionysius
11 Timoleon
12 Events in Great Greece
16 RISE OF MACEDONIA
1 Athens regains Chersonese & Euboea
2 Philip 2 of Macedonia
3 MausoUis of Caria
4 Phocis & Sacred War
5 Advance of Macedonia
6 Peace of Philocrates
7 346 -1 BC Interval of Peace & Preparations for War
8 Battle of Chaeronea
9 Synedrion of Greeks
10 Philip's Death
17 CONQUEST OF PERSIA
1 Alexander's 1st Descent on Greece
2 Alexander's Campaigns in Thrace & lllyria
3 Alexander's 2nd Descent on Greece
4 Preparations for Alexander's Persian Expedition
5 Conquest of Asia Minor
6 Battle of Issus
7 Conquest of SjTia
8 Conquest of Egypt
9 Battle of Gaugamela, Conquest of Babylonia
10 Conquest of Susiana & Persis
11 Death of E)arius
12 Spirit of Alexander's Policy as Lord of Asia
18 CONQUEST OF FAR EAST
1 Hyrcania, Areia, Bactria, Sogdiana
2 Conquest of India
3 Alejcander's Return to Babylon
4 Preparations for Arabian Expedition & Death of Alexander
5 Greece under macedonia
6 Episode of Harpalus & Greek Revolt
7 Aristotle & Alexander
   
2 1913 Age of Fable by Thomas Bulfinch 1796-1867 223,750W 895P 14:54:23 409M
1 Prometheus & Pandora
2 Apollo & Daphne
3 Pyramus & Thisbe
4 Cephalus & Procris
5 Juno & her Rivals
6 Io & Callisto
7 Diana & Actaeon
8 Latona & Rustics
9 Phaeton
10 Midas
11 Baucis & Philemon
12 Proserpine
13 Glaucus & Scylla
14 Pygmalion
15 Dryope
16 Venus & Adonis
17 Apollo & Hyacinthus
18 Ceyx & Halcyone
19 Vertumnus & Pomona
20 Iphis & Anaxarete
21 Cupid & Psychem
22 Cadmus, Myrmidons
23 Nisus & Scylla
24 Echo & Narcissus
25 Clytie
26 Hero & Leander
27 Minerva & Arachne
28 Niobe
29 Graeae & Gorgons
30 Perseus & Medusa
31 Atlas
32 Andromeda
33 Monsters & Giants
34 Sphinx
35 Pegasus & Chimaera
36 Centaurs
37 Griffin
38 Pygmies
39 Golden Fleece
40 Medea
41 Meleager & Atalanta
42 Hercules
43 Hebe & Ganymede
44 Theseus & Daedalus
45 Castor & Pollux
46 Festivals & Games
47 Bacchus & Ariadne
48 Rural Deities
49 Dryads & Erisichthon
50 Rhoecus
51 Water Deities
52 Camenae
53 Winds
54 Achelous & Hercules
55 Admetus & Alcestis
56 Antigone
57 Penelope
58 Orpheus & Eurydice
59 Aristaeus
60 Amphion
61 Linus
62 thamyris
63 Marsyas
64 Melampus
65 Musaeus
66 Arion
67 Ibycus
68 Simonides
69 Sappho
70 Endymion
71 Orion
72 Aurora & Tithonus
73 Acis & Galatea
74 Trojan War
75 Fall of Troy, Return of Greeks, Orestes & Electra
76 Adventures of Ulysses
77 Lotus-eaters
78 Cyclopes
79 Circe
80 Sirens
81 Scylla & Charybdis
82 Calypso
83 Phaeacians
84 Fate of Suitors
85 Adventures of Aeneas
86 Harpies
87 Dido
88 Palinurus
89 Infernal Regions
90 Sibyl
91 Aeneas in Italy
92 Camilla
93 Evander
94 Nisus & Euryalus
95 Mezentius
96 Turnus
97 Pythagoras
98 Egyptian Deities
99 Oracles
100 Origin of Mythology
101 Statues of Gods & Goddesses
102 Poets of Mythology
103 Monsters (modern)
104 Phoenix
105 Basilisk
106 Unicorn
107 Salamander
108 Eastern Mythology
109 Zoroaster
110 Hindu Mythology
111 Castes
112 Buddha
113 Grand Lama
114 Prester John
115 Northern Mythology
116 Valhalla
117 Valkyrior
118 Thor's Visit to Jotunheim
119 Death of Baldur
120 Elves
121 Runic Letters
122 Skalds
123 Iceland
124 Teutonic Mythology
125 Nibelungen Lied,
126 Wagner's Nibelungen Ring
127 Druids
128 Iona
     
5 1883 Mosaics of Grecian History by Wilson, Robert Pierpont, Willson, Marcius 159,502W 638P 10:38
1 GENERAL VIEW OF GRECIAN STATES & ISLANDS
1 Olympus
2 Hemans
3 Pi'e-rus
4 Pope
5 Thessaly
6 Tem'pe
7 Hemans
8 Epi'rus
9 Cocy'tus, Ach'eron, Dodo'na
10 Milton:
11 Haygarth
12 Byron
13 Acarna'nia
14 Æto'lia
15 Lo'cris
16 Do'ris
17 Pho'cis
18 Parnassus
19 Delphi
20 Hemans
21 Boeo'tia
22 Thebes
23 Schiller
24 Attica
25 Corinth
26 Haygarth
27 Acha'ia
28 Arca'dia
29 Ar'golis
30 Myce'næ
31 Hemans
32 Laco'nia
33 Messe'nia
34 E'lis
35 Isles of Greece
36 Lemnos
37 Euboe'a
38 Cyc'la-des
39 De'los
40 Spor'a-des
41 Crete
42 Rhodes
43 Sal'amis
44 Ægi'na
45 Cyth'-era "Venus Rising from Sea "
46 Woolner
47 Stroph'a-des
48 Virgil
49 Paxos
50 Zacyn'thus
51 Cephalo'nia
52 Ith'aca
53 Leu'cas or Leuca'dia
54 Corcy'ra: Cor'fu
55 "Gardens of Alcin'o-us "
2 FABULOUS & LEGENDARY PERIOD OF GRECIAN HISTORY
1 Grecian Mythology
2 Value of Grecian Fables
3 Battle of Giants by He'siod
4 Hymn to Jupiter by Clean'thes
5 god Apollo by Ov'id
6 Fancies of Greek Mind by Wordsworth
7 Poet's Lament by Schiller
8 Creation by Ovid
9 Origin of Evil by Hesiod
10 What Prome'theus Personified by Blackie
11 Punishment of Prometheus by Æs'chylus: Shelley
12 Deluge of Deuca'lion by Ovid
13 Moral Characteristics of Gods, etc: by Homer written by Hesiod
14 Oaths by Homer
15 Æschylus by Soph'ocles translated by Virgil
16 Future State by Homer
17 Story of Tan'talus by Blackie
18 Descent of Or'pheus by Ovid
19 Elys'ium of Homer by Pindar
20 Hindu & Greek Skepticism
21 Earliest Inhabitants of Greece
22 Founding of Athens by Blackie
23 Heroic Age
24 Heroic Times foretold to Adam by Milton
25 12 Labors of Hercules by Homer
26 Fable of Hercules & Antæ'us by Collins
27 Argonautic Expedition by Pindar
28 Legend of Hy'las by Bayard Taylor
29 Trojan War
30 Greek Armament by Eurip'ides
31 name Helen by Æschylus
32 Ulysses & Thersi'tes by Homer
33 Combat of Menela'us & Paris by Homer
34 Parting of Hector & Androm'a-che by Homer
35 Hector's Exploits & Death of Patro'clus by Homer
36 Shield of Achilles by Homer (Sotheby)
37 Address of Achilles to his Horses by Homer
38 Death of Hector by Homer
39 Priam Begging for Hector's Body by Homer
40 Lamentations of Andromache & Helen by Homer
41 Fate of Troy by Virgil translated by Schiller
42 Beacon Fires from Troy to Argos by Æschlus
43 Remarks on Trojan War
44 Fate of Actors in Conflict by Ennius
45 Arts & Civilization in Heroic Age
46 Political Life of Greeks
47 Domestic Life & Character
48 Raft of Ulysses -- Homer
49 Conquest of Peloponnesus, & Colonies in Asia Minor
50 Return of Heracli'dæ by Lucan
3 EARLY GREEK LITERATURE, & GREEK COMMUNITY OF INTERESTS

1 Ionian Language & Culture

2 Homer & his Poems by Antip'ater
3 Some Causes of Greek Unity
4 Grecian Festivals
5 Chariot Race & Death of Orestes by Sophocles
6 Apollo's Conflict with Python by Ovid
7 Apollo Belvedere by Thomson
8 National Councils
4 SPARTA, & LEGISLATION OF LYCURGUS
1 Description of Sparta by Thomson
2 Constitution of Lycurgus
3 Spartan Patriotic Virtue by Tymnoe'us
4 Spartan Poetry & Music
5 Spartan March
6 Songs of Spartans by PLUTARCH
7 Terpander, Pindar & Ion
8 Sparta's Conquests
9 War-song
5 FORMS OF GOVERNMENT, & CHANGES IN GRECIAN POLITICS
1 Changes from Aristocracies to Oligarchies
2 Changes from Oligarchies to Despotisms by Theognis
6 EARLY HISTORY OF ATHENS
1 Legislation of Dra'co
2 Legislation of So'lon by PLUTARCH
3 Usurpation of Pisis'tratus
4 Usurper & his Stratagem Akenside
5 Solon's Appeal to Athenians Akenside
6 Character of Pisistratus
7 Conspiracy of Harmodius & Aristogiton
8 Birth of Democracy
7 BRIEF HISTORY OF GREEK COLONIES
1 Cave of Cumæan Sibyl by Virgil
2 Theron of Agrigentum by Pindat
3 Increase among Sicilian Greeks
8 PROGRESS OF LITERATURE & ARTS
1 Poems of Hesiod
2 Lyric Poetry by Callinus of Ephesus
3 War Elegy by Archilochus of Paros
4 Sleep, or Night by MURE
5 Arion
6 Stesichorus
7 Spoils of War
8 Grasshopper
9 Akenside
10 Early Grecian Philosophy
11 7 Sages
12 Thales, Anaximenes, Heraclitus, Diogenes, Anaximander, & Xenophanes
13 Pythagoras & his Doctrines
14 Eleusin'ian Mysteries by Virgil
15 Architecture
16 Cyclo'pean Walls
17 Doric, Ionic, & Corinthian Orders
18 Chersiphron, & Temple of Diana
19 Temples at Pæstum
20 Sculpture
21 Glaucus, Rhoecus, Theodorus, Dipænus, Scyllis
9 PERSIAN WARS
1 Ionic Revolt
2 1st Persian War
3 Battle of Marathon
4 Legends of Battle
5 Death of Milti'ades: his Character
6 Aristi'des & Themis'tocles by Plutarch
7 2nd Persian Invasion
8 Xerxes at Aby'dos by HEROD'OTUS
9 Bridging of Hellespont by Juvenal
10 Battle of Thermop'ylæ
11 Invincibility of Spartans
12 Description of Contest
13 Epitaphs on those who fell
14 Tomb of Leon'idas
15 Eulogy on Fallen
16 Naval Conflict at Artemis'ium by PLUTARCH
17 Abandonment of Athens
18 Battle of Salamis
19 Xerxes Views Conflict
20 Flight of Xerxes by Juvenal
21 Celebrated Description of Battle
22 Another Account
23 Battle of Platæ'a
24 Description of Battle
25 Importance of Victory
26 Victory at Myc'a-le
27 Wasps by Aristophanes
10 RISE & GROWTH OF ATHENIAN EMPIRE
1 Disgrace & Death of Themistocles
2 Tributes to his Memory
3 Rise & Fall of Cimon
4 Character of Cimon
5 Battle of Eurym'edon by Simonides
6 Earthquake at Sparta, & Revolt of Helots
7 Accession of Pericles to Power
8 Changes in Athenian Constitution
9 Tribute to Pericles
10 Picture of Athens in Peace
11 PELOPONNESIAN WARS & FALL OF ATHENS
1 Speech of Pericles for War by THUCYD'IDES
2 1st Peloponnesian War
3 Funeral Oration of Pericles by THUCYDIDES
4 Comments on Oration by CURTIUS
5 Plague at Athens by Lucretius
6 Death of Pericles
7 Character of Pericles
8 Athenian Demagogues
9 Cleon, Demagogue by ARISTOPH'ANES
10 Peace of Ni'cias
11 Sicilian Expedition
12 Treatment of Athenian Prisoners
13 2nd Peloponnesian War
14 Humiliation of Athens
15 Barbarities of Contest
12 GRECIAN LITERATURE & ART
1 500 - 403 BEGINNING OF PERSIAN TO CLOSE OF PELOPONNESIAN WARS
1 LITERATURE
1 Subjects
1 Era of Athenian Greatness
2 Lyric Poetry
3 Simonides
4 Lamentation of Danaë by Pindar
5 Threnos
6 Prior
7 Gray
8 Pope
9 Horace
10 Drama
2 Tragedy
1 Melpom'ene
2 Akenside
3 Æschylus
4 Death of Agamemnon
5 Oedipus Tyran'nus
6 Phryn'ichus:
7 Sim'mias
8 Euripides
9 Alcestis Preparing for Death
10 Transitions of Tragedy
3 Comedy
1 Extracts from Cloud
2 Choral Song from Birds
4 History
1 Hecatæ'ns
2 Herodotus & his Writings
3 Thucydides
5 Philosophy
1 Anaxagoras' Death
2 Sophists
3 Defence of Socrates
4 Socrates' Views of Future State
2 ART
1 Sculpture & Painting
2 Phidias
3 Polygnotus
4 Apollodo'rus
5 Zeuxis
6 Parrhasius
7 Timanthes
8 Parrhasius & his Captive by SENECA
9 Architecture
10 Adornment of Athens
11 Acropolis & its Splendors
12 Parthenon
13 Other Architectural Monuments of Athens
14 Temple of Theseus
15 Athenian Enthusiasm for Art
16 Glory of Athens
13 SPARTAN & THEBAN SUPREMACIES
1 Expedition of Cyrus, & Retreat of 10K
2 Supremacy of Sparta
3 Rise & Fall of Thebes
4 Pelop'idas & Epaminon'das
14 SICILIAN GREEKS
1 Founding of Ætna by Pindar
2 Hiero's Victory at Cumæ by Pindar
3 Admonitions to Hiero by Pindar
4 Dionysius Elder by PLUTARCH
5 Damon & Pythias
6 Archimedes
7 Visit of Cicero to Grave of Archimedes
15 MACEDONIAN SUPREMACY
1 Sacred Wa
2 Sketch of Macedonia
3 Interference of Philip of Macedon
4 Demosthenes 1st Philippic
5 Phocion & His Influence at Athens
6 War with Macedon
7 Accession of Alexander Great
8 Alexander Invades Asia
9 Battle of Arbe'la
10 Flight & Death of Darius
11 ÆSCHINES
12 Alexander's Feast at Persepolis
13 Death of Alexander
14 His Career & his Character
15 Reflections on his Life, etc by Juvenal
16 FROM DEATH OF ALEXANDER TO CONQUEST OF GREECE BY ROMANS
1 Retrospective Glance at Greece
2 Oration of Æschines against Ctesiphon
3 Oration of Demosthenes on Crown
4 Wars that followed Alexander's Death
5 Character of Ptolemy Philadelphus by Theocritus
6 Celtic Invasion, & War with Pyrrhus
7 Queen Archidamia by Anon
8 Achæan League
9 Philip 5 of Macedon
10 Epigrams on Philip & Macedonians
11 Alcoe'us
12 Greece Conquered by Rome
13 Liberty of Greece by Wordsworth
14 Desolation of Corinth by Antipater
15 Last Struggles of Greece by Horace
17 LITERATURE & ART AFTER CLOSE OF PELOPONNESIAN WAR
1 LITERATURE
1 Drama
1 Philemon
2 Menander
2 Oratory
1 CICERO
2 Æschines
3 Demosthenes
3 Philosophy
1 Plato
2 Aristotle
3 Epicurus
4 Zeno
4 History
1 Xenophon
2 Polybius
2 ART
1 Architecture & Sculpture
1 Changes in Statuary
2 Dying Gladiator
3 Lao'oon
2 Painting
1 Venus Rising from Sea by Antipater
2 Apel'les & Protogenes by ANTHON
3 Protogenes' Picture at Rhodes by Thomson
4 Image of Athens by Shelley
5 Immortal Influence of Athens by MACAULAY
18 GREECE SUBSEQUENT TO ROMAN CONQUEST
1 Greece under Romans
2 Revolt
3 Christianity in Greece
4 Changes down to 14th Century
5 Courts of Crusading Chieftains
6 Duchy of Athens
7 Turkish Invasion
8 Contests between Turks & Venetians
9 Past & Present of Acropolis of Athens
10 Siege & Fall of Corinth
11 Final Conquest of Greece by Turkey
12 Turkish Oppressions
13 Slavery of Greece
14 1st Steps to Secure Liberty
15 Greek War-Songs
16 Rhigas: Polyzois
17 Greek Revolution
18 Prophetic Vision of Struggle
19 Song of Greeks
20 American Sympathy with Greece
21 Sortie at Missolon'ghi
22 Visit to Missolonghi
23 Marco Bozzar'is
24 Battle of Navari'no
25 Greece under a Constitutional Monarchy
26 Revolution against King Otho
27 Deposition of King Otho
28 Greece under his Rule
29 Accession of King George
30 His Government
31 Progress in Modern Greece
3 1880 Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome
by BERENS
171,250W 685P 11:24:07 313M
1 Myths & 1st Dynasty
2 2nd Dynasty: Chronos, Rhea, Division of World, Theories as to Origin of Man
3 3rd Dynasty
1 Olympian Divinities
1 Zeus
2 Hera, Pallas Athene, Themis & Hesia
3 Demeter & Aphrodite
4 Pheobus-Apollo
5 Hecate & Selene
6 Artemis
7 Hephaestus & Poseidon
2 Sea Divinities
1 Oceanus through Nike
2 Hermes
3 Dionysus
4 Aides & Plutus
3 Night & her Children
1 Nyx through Eros & Psyche
2 Hymen through Charities or Graces
3 Horae through Asclepias
4 Roman Divinities
4 Public Worship of Ancient Greeks & Romans
5 Greek Festivals
6 Roman Festivals
7 Legends: Cadmus
8 Legends
1 ion & Daedelus & Icarus
2 Argonauts
3 Peolops & Heracles
4 Heracles
5 Bellerophon & Theseus
6 Oedipus & 7 Against Thebes
7 Epigoni, Alcmaeon & Necklace, & Heraclidae
9 Siege of Troy
10 Return of Greeks from Troy

 

4 Greek View of Life
by Dickinson
164,250W 657P 10:56:14 300M
1 greek view of religion
1 Greek Religion Interpretation of nature
2 Greek Religions Interpretation of human Passions
3 Greek religion foundation of society
4 Religious festivals
5 Greek conception of relation of man to gods
6 Divination, Omens, Oracles
7 Sacrifice & Atonement
8 Guilt & Punishment Mysticism
9 Greek View of death & future life
10 Critical & Sceptical opinion in Greece
11 Ethical Criticism
12 Transition to Monotheism
13 Metaphysical Criticism
14 Metaphysical Reconstruction , plato
2 greek view of state
1 Greek State a 'city'
2 Relation of State to Citizen
3 Greek view of Law
4 Artisans & Slaves
5 Greek State Primarily Military, Not industrial
6 Forms of Government in Greek State
7 Faction & Anarchy
8 Property & Communistic ideal
9 Sparta
10 Athens
11 Sceptical Criticism of Basis of State
3 Greek View of Individual
1 Greek View of Manual Labour & Trade
2 Appreciation of External Goods
3 Appreciation of Physical Qualities
4 Greek Athletics
5 Greek Ethics - identification of Aesthetic & Ethical points of view
6 Greek view of pleasure
7 Illustrations - Ischomachus: Socrates
8 Protests against common view of woman
9 Friendship
4 greek view of art
1 Greek art & expression of natural life
2 Identification of Aesthetic & Ethical points of view
3 Sculpture & painting
4 Music & Dance
5 Poetry
6 Tragedy
7 Comedy

6 1884 Custom & Myth
by Andrew Lang
110,750W 443P 7:22:54 101M
1 METHOD OF FOLKLORE
2 BULL-ROARER, a Study of Mysteries
3 MYTH OF CRONUS
4 CUPID, PSYCHE, & 'SUN-FROG
5 FAR-TRAVELLED TALE
6 APOLLO & MOUSE
7 STAR MYTHS
8 MOLY & MANDRAGORA
9 'KALEVALA': OR, FINNISH NATIONAL EPIC
10 DIVINING ROD
11 HOTTENTOT MYTHOLOGY
12 FETICHISM & INFINITE
13 EARLY HISTORY OF FAMILY
14 ART OF SAVAGES
7 1907 Shores of Great Sea
by M B Synge
73,250W 293P 4:52:40 134M
1 Home of Abraham
2 Into Africa
3 Old Trade-Route
4 Joseph in Egypt
5 Story of Nile
6 In Strange land
7 Children of Israel
8 Back to Fatherland
9 1st Merchant Fleet
10 Conquerors of Sea
11 Early Pioneers
12 Hiram, King of Tyre
13 King Solomon's Fleet
14 Story of Carthage
15 Out of Shadow land
16 Story of Argonauts
17 Siege of Troy
18 Adventures of Ulysses
19 Dawn of History
20 Fall of Tyre
21 Rise of Carthage
22 Hanno's Adventures
23 Some More About Greece
24 Cloud in East
25 Battle of Marathon
26 King Ahasuerus
27 How Leonidas Kept pass
28 Victory for Greeks
29 Some Greek Colonies
30 Across Blue Waters
31 Beauty of Athens"
32 Death of Socrates
33 Retreat of 10K
34 Story of Romulus & Remus
35 How Horatius Kept Bridge coriolanus
36 Alexander Great
37 King of Macedonia
38 Conquest of East
39 Conquest of India
40 Alexander's City
41 Back to Rome Again
42 Great conflict
43 Roman Fleet
44 Hannibal's Vow
45 Adventures of Hannibal
46 End of Carthage
47 Triumph of Rome
48 2 young Trojans
49 Julius caesar
50 flight of Pompey
51 death of Caesar
52 Empire of Rome
53 Pax Romana

 

8 1865 A Smaller history of Greece From earliest times to Roman conquest
by Smith, Sir William
97,185W 268P 4:28
1 Geography of Greece
2 Origin of Greeks, & Heroic Age
3 General Survey of Greek People
4 National Institutions
5 668 Early History of Peloponnesus & Sparta to end of Messenian Wars
6 510 Early History of Athens down to Establishment of Democracy by Clisthenes
7 Greek Colonies
8 500 - 490 Persian Wars: From Ionic Revolt to Battle of Marathon
9 480 - 79 Persian Wars : Battles of Thermopylae Salamis, & Plataea
10 479 - 31 End of Persian Wars to beginning of Peloponnesian War
11 Athens in time of Pericles
12 Peloponnesian War
1 431 - 21 commencement of War to Peace of Nicias
2 421 - 13 2nd Period, from Peace of Nicias to Defeat of Athenians in Sicily
3 413 - 04 3rd Period, from Sicilian Expedition to end of War
1 404 - 399 30 Tyrants, & death of Socrates

2 401 - 400 Expedition of Greeks under Cyrus, & Retreat of 10K

3 404 - 371 Supremacy of Sparta
4 371 - 61 Supremacy of Thebes
5 History of Sicilian Greeks from Destruction of Athenian Armament to Death of Timoleon
6 359 - 36 Phillip of Macedon
7 336 - 23 Alexander Great
8 323 - 146 From Death of Alexander Great to Conquest of Greece by Romans
9 Sketch of History of Greek Literature from Earliest Times to Reign of Alexander Great

9 1891 A Short History of Greek Philosophy
by Marshall, John
63,756W 255P 4:15
1 SCHOOL OF MILETUS
1 Thales 1
2 Anaximander 7

2 SCHOOL OF MILETUS

1 Anaximenes 14
2 Heraclitus 15
3 PYTHAGORAS & PYTHAGOREANS 22
4 ELEATICS
1 Xenophanes 31
2 Parmenides 33
5 ELEATICS
1 Zeno 42
2 Melissus 46
6 ATOMISTS
1 Anaxagoras 52
7 ATOMISTS
1 Empedocles 58
8 ATOMISTS
1 Leucippus & Democritus 74
9 SOPHISTS
1 Protagoras 85
10 SOPHISTS
1 Gorgias 92
11 SOCRATES 101
12 SOCRATES 116
13 INCOMPLETE SOCRATICS
1 Aristippus & Cyrenaics 124
2 Antisthenes & Cynics 128
3 Euclides & Megarics 132
14 PLATO 134
15 ARISTOTLE 172
16 SCEPTICS & EPICUREANS 210
17 STOICS 238
10 1905 A History of Greek Art
by Tarbell, Frank Bigelow
54,959W 220P 3:40
1 ART IN EGYPT & MESOPOTAMIA
2 PREHISTORIC ART IN GREECE
3 GREEK ARCHITECTURE
4 GREEK SCULPTURE: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
5 625 - 550 ARCHAIC PERIOD OF GREEK SCULPTURE, 1ST HALF
6 550 - 480 ARCHAIC PERIOD OF GREEK SCULPTURE 2ND HALF
7 480 - 50 TRANSITIONAL PERIOD OF GREEK SCULPTURE
8 450 - 400 GREAT AGE OF GREEK SCULPTURE 1ST PERIOD
9 400 - 323 GREAT AGE OF GREEK SCULPTURE 2ND PERIOD
10 323 - 146 HELLENISTIC PERIOD OF GREEK SCULPTURE
11 GREEK PAINTING
11 1915 Balkans A History of Bulgaria-Serbia-Greece-Rumania-Turkey
by Forbes, Nevill, Hogarth, D G (David George), Mitrany, D , Toynbee, Arnold Joseph
118,255W 473P 2:53
1 BULGARIA & SERBIA By NEVILL FORBES
1 400 BC - 500 AD Balkan Peninsula in Classical Times
2 500 - 650 Arrival of Slavs in Balkan Peninsula
1 BULGARIA
1 600 - 700 Arrival of Bulgars in Balkan Peninsula
2 700 - 893 Early Years of Bulgaria & Introduction of Christianity
3 893 - 972 Rise & Fall of 1st Bulgarian Empire
4 963 - 1186 Rise & Fall of 'Western Bulgaria' & Greek Supremacy
5 1186 - 1258 Rise & Fall of 2nd Bulgarian Empire
6 1258 - 1393 Serbian Supremacy & Final Collapse
7 1393 - 1878 Turkish Dominion & Emancipation
8 1878 - 86 Aftermath, & Prince Alexander of Battenberg
9 1886 - 1908 Regeneration under Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg
10 1908 - 13 Kingdom
2 SERBIA
1 650 - 1168 Serbs under Foreign Supremacy
2 1168 - 1496 Rise & Fall of Serbian Empire & Extinction of Serbian Independence
3 1496 - 1796 Turkish Dominion
4 1804 - 13 Liberation of Serbia under Kara-George & 1815 - 30 Milos Obrenovi'c: 1796 - 1830
5 1830 - 1903 Throes of Regeneration: Independent Serbia
6 1903 - 8 Serbia, Montenegro, & Serbo-Croats in Austria-Hungary
7 1908 - 13 Serbia & Montenegro, & 2 Balkan Wars
2 GREECE By ARNOLD J TOYNBEE
1 From Ancient to Modern Greece
2 Awakening of Nation
3 Consolidation of State
3 RUMANIA: HER HISTORY & POLITICS By D MITRANY
1 Formation of Rumanian Nation
2 Foundation & Development of Rumanian Principalities
3 Phanariote Rule
4 Modern Period to 1866
5 Contemporary Period: Internal Development
6 Contemporary Period: Foreign Affairs
7 Rumania & Present War
4 TURKEY By D G HOGARTH
1 Origin of Osmanlis
2 Expansion of Osmanli Kingdom
3 Heritage & Expansion of Byzantine Empire
4 Shrinkage & Retreat
5 Revival
6 Relapse
7 Revolution
8 Balkan War
9 Future
12 Myth, Ritual & Religion, Vol 1, 2 (of 2)
by Lang, Andrew
214,445W 858P 14:18
1 107,146W 229P 3:49
1 SYSTEMS OF MYTHOLOGY
2 NEW SYSTEM PROPOSED
3 MENTAL CONDITION OF SAVAGES, CONFUSION WITH NATURE, TOTEMISM
4 MENTAL CONDITION OF SAVAGES, MAGIC, METAMORPHOSIS, METAPHYSIC, PSYCHOLOGY
5 NATURE MYTHS
6 NON-ARYAN MYTHS OF ORIGIN OF WORLD & OF MAN
7 INDO-ARYAN MYTHS, SOURCES OF EVIDENCE
8 INDIAN MYTHS OF ORIGIN OF WORLD & MAN
9 GREEK MYTHS OF ORIGIN OF WORLD & MAN
10 GREEK COSMOGONIC MYTHS
11 SAVAGE DIVINE MYTHS
V2 107,299W 430P 7:10
1 GODS OF LOWEST RACES
2 GODS OF LOWEST RACES
3 AMERICAN DIVINE MYTHS
4 MEXICAN DIVINE MYTHS
5 MYTHOLOGY OF EGYPT
6 GODS OF ARYANS OF INDIA
7 GREEK DIVINE MYTHS
1 APOLLO
2 ARTEMIS
3 DIONYSUS
4 ATHENE
5 HERMES
6 DEMETER
7 HEROIC & ROMANTIC MYTHS
8 APPENDIX
1 Fontenelle's forgotten common sense
2 Reply to Objections

13 1870 Christianity & Greek Philosophy or, relation between spontaneous & reflective thoughtin Greece & positive teaching of Christ & His Apostles
by Cocker, B F (Benjamin Franklin)
191,984W 768P 12:48
1 PA OB Athens, & Men of Athens 13
2 Philosophy of Religion 53
3 Religion of Athenians 98
4 Religion of Athenians : Its Mythological & Sym- bolical Aspects 128
5 Unknown God
6 IS GOD COGNIZABLE BY REASON?
7 IS GOD cognizable BY REASON?
8 Philosophers of Athens 265
1 PRE-SOCRATIC SCHOOL
1 General
1 Sensatt'onat:
2 Thales
3 Anaximenes
4 Heraclitus
5 Anaximander
6 Leucippus
7 Democritus
2 Idealist
1 Pythagoras
2 Xenophanes
3 Parmenides
4 Zbno
3 Natural Realist
1 Anaxagoras
2 SOCRATIC SCHOOL
1 Socrates
2 Albertano Plato
3 Aristotle
4 Epicurus & Zeno
5 Propedeutic Office of Greek Philosophy
6 Propaedeutic Office of Greek Philosophy
14 1920 A Critical History of Greek Philosophy
by Stace, W T (Walter Terence)
116,659W 467P 7:47
1 Dialectic, or theory of Ideas
2 Physics, or theory of existence
1 doctrine of world
2 doctrine of human soul
3 Ethics
1 individual
2 State
4 Views upon art
5 Critical estimate of Plato's philosophy
6 ARISTOTLE
1 About
1 Life, Writings, & general character of his work
2 Logic
3 Metaphysics
4 Physics, or philosophy of nature
2 Ethics
1 individual
2 State
3 Aesthetics, or theory of art
4 Critical estimate of Aristotle's philosophy
7 GENERAL CHARACTER OF POST-ARISTOTELIAN PHILOSOPHY
8 STOICS LOGIC PHYSICS ETHICS
9 EPICUREANS PHYSICS ETHICS
10 SCEPTICS PYRRHO NEW ACADEMY LATER SCEPTICISM 361
11 TRANSITION TO NEO-PLATONISM
12 NEO-PLATONISTS

 

17 1912 Kybalion A Study of Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt & Greece
by Three Initiates
37,281W 149 2:29
1 Hermetic Philosophy
2 Seven Hermetic Principles
1 Principle of Mentalism
2 Principle of Correspondence
3 Principle of Vibration
4 Principle of Polarity
5 Principle of Rhythm
6 Principle of Cause & Effect
7 Principle of Gender
3 Mental Transmutation
4 All
5 Mental Universe
6 Divine Paradox
7 "The All" in All
8 Planes of Correspondence
9 Vibration
10 Polarity
11 Rhythm
12 Causation
13 Gender
14 Mental Gender
15 Hermetic Axioms
15 1907 Five Stages of Greek Religion
by Murray, Gilbert
76,288W 306P 5:06
1 Saturnia Regna
2 Olympian Conquest
3 Great Schools
4 Failure of Nerve
5 Last Protest
6 Appendix: Translation of Treatise of Sallustius, περὶ Θεῶν καὶ Κόσμου

18 Stoicism
by Stock
31,500W 126P 2:15:25 62M
1 Division of Philosophy
2 Logic
3 Ethic
4 Physic
19 1878 God-Idea of Ancients or Sex in Religion
by Gamble, Eliza Burt 1841-1920
94,854W 248P 2:08
1 SEX FOUNDATION OF GOD-IDEA
2 TREE, PLANT, & FRUIT WORSHIP
3 SUN-WORSHIP, FEMALE & MALE ENERGIES IN SUN
4 DUAL GOD OF ANCIENTS TRINITY ALSO
5 SEPARATION OF FEMALE & HALE ELEMENTS IN DEITY
6 CIVILIZATION OF ANCIENT RACE
7 CONCEALMENT OF EARLY DOCTRINES
8 ORIGINAL GOD-IDEA OF ISRAELITES
9 PHOENICIAN & HEBREW GOD SET OR SETH
10 ANCIENT SPECULATIONS CONCERNING CREATION
11 FIRE & PHALLIC WORSHIP
12 AN ATTEMPT TO PURIFY SENSUALIZED FAITHS
13 CHRISTIANITY A CONTINUATION OF PAGANISM
14 CHRISTIANITY IN IRELAND
15 STONES OR COLUMNS AS DEITY
16 SACRIFICES
17 CROSS & DYING SAVIOR

20 1910 Anonymous - Religion & Art in Ancient Greece
by Gardner, Ernest Arthur
21,508W 86P 1:26
1 Idolatry & Imagination
2 Aspects of Religion, Popular, Official, Poetical, Philosophical
3 Conditions of Religious Art in Greece
4 Anthropomorphism
5 Idealism
6 Individualism
7 Personification, Convention, & Symbolism

21 1905 Pantheism, Its Story & Significance Religions Ancient & Modern
by Picton, J Allanson
20,973W 84P 1:24
1 PRE-CHRISTIAN PANTHEISM
2 POST-CHRISTIAN PANTHEISM
3 MODERN PANTHEISM

22 Alexander Great 356 - 23 BC
by Jacob Abbott
82,750W 331P 5:30:44 151M
1 Alexander's Childhood
2 Beginning of his reign
3 reaction
4 Crossing Hellespont
5 Campaign in Asia Minor
6 Defeat of Darius
7 Siege of Tyre
8 Alexander in Egypt
9 Great Victory
10 Death of Darius
11 Deterioration of Character
12 Alexander's End
23 1904 Famous Men of Greece
by John Haaren
67,500W 270P 4:29:15 123M
1 Gods of Greece
2 Deucalion & Flood
3 Cadmus & Dragon's Teeth
4 Perseus
5 Hercules & His Labors
6 Jason & Golden Fleece
7 Theseus
8 Agamemnon
9 Achilles
10 Adventures of Ulysses
11 Lycurgus
12 Draco & Solon
13 Pisistratus
14 Miltiades Hero of Marathon
15 Leonidas at Thermopylae
16 Themistocles
17 Aristides Just
18 Cimon
19 Pericles
20 Acibiades
21 Lysander
22 Socrates
23 Xenophon
24 Epaminondad & pelopidas
25 Philip of macedonia
26 Alexander Great
27 Demosthenes
28 Aristotle, Zeno, Diogenes & Apelles
29 Ptolemy
30 Pyrrhus
31 Cleomenes 3
32 Fall of Greece
24 1901 Pyrrhus Makers of History
by Abbott, Jacob
63,706W 255P 4:15
1 OLYMPIAS & ANTIPATER
2 CASSANDER
3 EARLY LIFE OF PYRRHUS
4 WARS IN MACEDON
5 WAR IN ITALY
6 NEGOTIATIONS
7 SICILIAN CAMPAIGN
8 RETREAT FROM ITALY
9 FAMILY OF LYSIMACHUS
10 RECONQUEST OF MACEDON
11 SPARTA
12 LAST CAMPAIGN OF PYRRHUS
25 Ancient Greek Philosopher Scientists
By Various
77,250W 309P 3:08:32 86 3M
1 Anaxagoras & Klazomei
2 Anaximander of Miletus
3 empedocles of Agrigentum
4 Heraclitus
5 Parmenides
6 Pythagoras of Samos & Pythagoreans
7 Thales of Miletos
8 Xenophanes
9 Zeno of Elea
26 140 Morals (Moralia) Book 1/3
By Lucius Mestrius PLUTARCHUS (c 46 - c 120)
333,750W 1,335p 22:14:28
1 22:14:28
1 Introduction by Ralph Waldo Emerson
2 Discourse Touching Training of Children
3 Concerning Cure of Anger: a Dialogue
4 Of Bashfulness
5 That Virtue May Be Taught
6 Account of Laws & Customs of Lacedaemonians
7 Concerning Music
8 Tranquillity of Mind
9 Superstition or Indiscreet Devotion
10 Apophthegms Or Remarkable Sayings of Kings & Great Commanders
11 Plutarch's Rules For Preservation of Health: a Dialogue
12 How a Man May Receive Advantage & Profit From His Enemies
13 Consolation to Apollonius
14 Concerning Virtues of Women
15 Laconic Apophthegms: Or Remarkable Sayings of Spartans
16 Of Hearing
17 Large Acquaintance: Or, an Essay to Prove Folly of Seeking Many Friends
18 1st Oration of Plutarch Concerning Fortune Or Virtue of Alexander Great
19 2nd Oration of Plutarch Concerning Fortune Or Virtue of Alexander Great

29 450s-20s BC Histories
by Herodotus 484 - 25 BC
153,500W 614P 10:13:57 281M
1 Clio
2 Euterpe
3 Thalia

31 100 Parallel Lives of Greeks & Romans
by Plutarch 46-120
131,000W 524P 8:43:17 239M
1
1 Theseus
2 Romulus
3 comparison of theseus & Romulus
4 Lycurgus
5 Numa
6 comparison of Lycurgus & Numa
7 Solon
8 Publicola
9 Comparison of Solon & Publicola
2
1 Pericles
2 Fabius Maximus
3 Comparison of Pericles to Fabius Maximus
4 Nicias
5 Marcus Licineus Crassus
6 Comparison of Nicias to Crasus

32 29-19 BC Aeneid
by Virgil
114,000W 456P 7:35:41 208M
1 Aeneas encounters a storm & is cast ashore at Carthage
2 hero tells Dido of his escape from Troy
3 Wanderings of Aeneas Harpies, meeting with Helenus Death of Anchises
4 Dido's passion for Aeneas At Jupiter's command, Aeneas departs Dido kills herself
5 Aeneas reaches Sicily Funeral games for Anchises
6 Aeneas with Sibyl at Cumae He meets Anchises in Underworld
7 Aeneas in Latium Latinus promises Lavinia Juno & Allecto start war Italian hero Catalogue
8 Aeneas gets Evander & Etruscans help Hercules & CaArmour from Vulcan
9 Turnus attacks Trojan camp Nisus & Euryalus camp is hard pressed
10 Council of gods Tuscan catalogue Turnus kills Pallas Juno saves Turnus from raging Aeneas Aeneas kills Mezentius
11 Burial of Pallas Diomedes' refusal Council Drances abuses Turnus Trojans attack Death of Camilla
12 Single combat arranged, but treachery provokes a general engagement Trojans attack city In single combat, Aeneas kills Turnus

33 Argonautica
By Apollonius RHODIUS (3rd Cent - 3rd Cent )
178,000W 712P 6:51:54

34 390 Theological Orations
by Gregory of Nazianzus 329- 390
62,000W 248P 4:07:18 113M

35 405 BC Hippolytus/The Bacchae
by Euripides 480-06 BC
30,316W 121P 2:01

 

36 Frogs
By ARISTOPHANES (446 - 389 BCE)
25,500W 102P 01:42:02

37 Electra
By SOPHOCLES (497 BC - 406 BC)
21,250W 85P 1:24:40

38 Lysistrata Drama
by Aristophanes 446 - 386 BC
19,500W 78P 1:17:54 35 6M
39 Seven Against Thebes
By AESCHYLUS (c 525/524 - 456/455 BC)
17,500W 70P 1:10:03
41 570 BC Sappho: A New Rendering
By SAPPHO 630 - 570 BC
9,000W 36P 0:35:35
- Fragments 1-10, Sappho to Phaon
42 Chorus of Women
By ARISTOPHANES (446 - 389 BCE)
5000W 20P 0:19:45
43 38 Metaphysics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
236,500W 946P 15:45:18 432M
1
1 Alpha outlines 1st philosophy,
2 1st principles or causes of things
2 Little Alp address a possible objection to Aristotle's account of how we understand 1st principles & thus acquire wisdom
3 Beta lists main problems or puzzles of philosophy
4 Gamma Chapters 2 & 3 argue for its status as a subject in its own right
5 Delta philosophical lexicon, a list of definitions of about 50 key terms such as cause, nature, one, & many
6 Epsilon 2 main concerns
1 hierarchy of sciences
2 why accidents can't be studied as science
7 Zeta 'Being' has many senses purpose of philosophy is to understand being
8 Eta Book Eta consists of a summary of what has been said so far about substance, & adds few further
9 Theta Theta sets out to define potentiality & actuality
10 Iota Discussion of unity, one & many, sameness & difference
11 Kappa Briefer versions of other chapters & of parts of Physics
12 Lambda Further remarks on beings in general, 1st principles, & God or gods
13 Mu Philosophy of mathematics, in particular how numbers exist
44 Nicomachean Ethics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
150,250W 601P 10:00:33 274M
1 attempts to both define subject matter itself & justify method which has been chosen
2 common opinions & opinions of Poets & Philosophers
3 Virtues of Character can be described as Means
4 Golden Mean
5 dunamis
6 Hexis
7 Eudemian Ethics
8 Moral virtue as conscious choice
9 actions which are chosen as ones relevant to virtue
10 1st examples of moral virtues
1 Temperence
11 2nd set of examples of moral virtues
1 Liberality or Generosity
2 Magnificence
3 Magnanimity
4 Balanced Ambitiousness
5 Gentleness
6 Honesty
7 Witty
8 Justice & Fairness
12 moral virtue needing special discussion
1 greed
13 Intellectual virtue
1 Art
2 Knowledge
3 Wisdom
4 Intellect
14 Anaxagoras & Thales
15 practical wisdom & wisdom
16 Impediments to virtue
1 Evils or vices
2 Incontinence
3 Being brutish
4 akrasia & bestiality
17 Self-Mastery
18 Nature-nurture
19 Pleasure to avoid
20 Friendship & partnership
21 Explains in his Politics: Monarchy, Tyranny, Aristocracy, Oligarchy, Timocracy, & Democracy
22 Pleasure
23 happiness & up-bringing
24 need for education
25 habituation & good laws
45 322 BC Physics
By ARISTOTLE (384 BC - 322 BC)
144,500W 578P 9:37:51

46 Politics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
138,750W 555P 9:15:01 508M
1 Aristotle discusses city (polis) or political community (koinōnia politikē) as opposed to other types of communities
2 examines various views concerning best regime opens with analysis of regime presented in Plato's Republic
3
1 Who is a citizen
2 Classification of constitution Just distribution of political power Types of monarchies
3 Monarchy exercised over voluntary subjects, but limited to certain functions: king was general & judge
4 Absolute government of one for absolute good Barbarian legal & hereditary+ willing subjects Dictator install
4
1 Tasks of political theory Why are there many types of constitutions
2 Types of democracies Types of oligarchies
3 Polity (Constitutional Government) is optimal form of government Government offices
4 When perverted, a Polity becomes a Democracy, least harmful derivative government as regarded by Aristotle
5
1 Constitutional change Revolutions in different types of constitutions
2 ways to preserve constitutions Instability of Tyrrany
6
1 Democratic constitutions
2 Oligarchic constitutions
3 Citizens of ideal state
7
1 Best state & best life
2 Ideal state Its population, territory, position etc
3 Marriage & children
8 Education in ideal state
47 Organon (Logic) - Prior Analytics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
132,250W 529P 7:48:32 429M
48 Organon (Logic) - Topics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
110,500W 442P 7:21:45 385M
1 Syllogism & it's kinds
1 Dialectical Skill
2 Problem & Proposition
3 Definition
4 Genus
5 Property
6 Accident
7 Same is Predicated
2 Topics relating to arguments where an accident is predicated of subject
3 Concerns commonplaces from which things can be discussed with respect to whether they are better or worse
4 Genus
1 how it is discovered
2 what are sources of argument for & against attribution of a genus
5 Base of property
1 attributable only to non essential attribute
2 Property divided into essential & permanent, versus religious & temporal
6 Definition & numerous means that may be used to attack & defend a definition
7 Various difficulties involved in forming arguments,
1 pro & con
2 about other bases of dialectical disputation
8 survey containing suggestions, hints, & tricks about technique of organizing & delivering one or other side of verbal disputation
49 Rhetoric
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
93,000W 372P 6:11:56 440M
1
1
1 rhetoric counterpart of dialectic
2 rhetoric is ability to see ways to persuade
3 3 genres of rhetoric: deliberative, forensic, epideictic
4 Stoikhea (elements) of "good"
5 term koinon of degree
6 4 forms of consitution
7 Virtues
8 syllogisms
9 Hedone (pleasures) useful for judicial rhetoric
10 classifies all acts that are just & unjust defined in judicial rhetoric
11 ethos pathos
12 emotions
13 wisdom
14 virtue,
15 good will
16 reasons
17 belittlement
18 anger
19 desire
20 Emotions have logical grounding
21 7 material sources
2
1
1 Characters of Speech & Audience & adjustments to make depending
2 Moral Character
3 paradigm & enthymeme as 2 common modes of persuasion
2
1 2 kinds of stories
2 comparisons, referencing prior occurances, & fables
3 inventing an illustration
4 Maxims
5 Amplification & deprecation
6 Lysis
50 On Heavens
By ARISTOTLE (384 BC - 322 BC)
75,250W 301P 5:00:08
51 Organon (Logic) - Posterior Anylitics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
65,750W 263P 4:22:24 240M
1
1 All demonstration must be founded on principles already known
2 We cannot demonstrate things in a circular way, supporting conclusion by premises
3 In all demonstration, 1st principles, conclusion, & all intermediate propositions, must be necessary
4 Some demonstrations prove only that things are certain way
5 1st figure of syllogism is best adapted to demon
6 demonstration of affirmative proposition preferable to that of negative
7 demonstration of a university
8 principles are more certain than conclusion
9 There cannot be both opinion & knowledge of same thing
2
1 Whether relation of property with a thing is a true fact
2 What is reason of this connection
3 Whether a thing exists
4 What is nature & meaning of thing
52 De Anima
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
83,500W 334P 3:33:57 98M
1
1 Theme of treatise
2 Survey of Aristotle's predecessors' views about soul
2
1 Aristotle's definition of soul & outlines his own study of it
2 discuss sensation in general
3 discuss each of 5 senses
3
1 argues there are no other senses than 5 already mentioned
2 discuss thinking & intellect, or mind
3 discuss movement of animals possessing all senses
53 Magna Moralia
By ARISTOTLE 384 BC - 322 BC
53,250W 213P 03:32:29
54 On Generation & Corruption
By ARISTOTLE (384 BC - 322 BC)
52,750W 211P 3:30:37

 

55 Organon (Logic) - Sophistical Elenchi (Refutations)
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
43,750W 175P 2:54:23 135M
1 Homonyns
2 Synonyms
3 Derivatives
4 Expressions
5 Predictability of Predicate & Subject
6 8 Objects of Thought
7 Substance
8 Discreate & Continuous Quantity
9 Relation,
10 Quality
11 Action & Affection
12 4 Classes of Opposites
13 Contraries Further Discussed
14 word Prior applicable
15 Word Simultaneous used
16 motion is of 6 kind
17 meanings of term to have
56 Poetics
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
22,500W 90P 1:29:28 117M
1 Imitation
1 common principle of Arts of Poetry
2 Objects of Imitation
3 Manner of Imitation
2 tragic emotions of pity & fear should spring out of plot itself
3 element of Character in Tragedy
4 Recognition its various kinds, with examples
5 Practical rules for Tragic Poet
6 Further rules for Tragic Poet
7 Thought, or Intellectual element
8 Diction in Tragedy
9 Diction, or Language in general
10 Poetic Dictation
11 Poetry combines elevation of language with perspicuity
12 Epic Poetry
13 Further points of agreement with Tragedy
57 Organon (Logic) - Categories
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
21,250W 85P 1:24:38 38 7M
1 Homonymes
2 Synomymes
3 Paranymes
4 Quality
58 Organon (Logic) - Interperatation
By Aristotle 384 - 22 BC
17,750W 71P 1:10:39 64 6M
1 Logical Works-Organon, Logic "Syllogisms"
2 Premises-Structures of Assertions
3 Syllogistic
4 Demonstrations & Demo sciences
5 Dialectical Argument & Art of Dialectic
6 Dialectic & Rhetoric
7 Sophistical Arguments
8 Non-Contradiction & Metaphysics
9 Time & Necessity
59 Republic
By PLATO 428 BC - c 347 BC
198,500W 794P 13:13:44
60 1970 Laws (Penguin Classics)
by Plato, Trevor J Saunders & Richard Stalley
149,000W 596P 9:36

 

61 347 BC Timaeus
By PLATO
117,750W 471P 7:50:59
62 347 BC Gorgias
By PLATO
106,750W 427P 7:06:36
63 Phaedrus Dialogue
By Plato 424 - 347 BC
53,500W 214P 3:33:35
1 My dear Phaedrus, whence comes you
2 What an Inconprehensible being you are
3 Now, Socrates, What do you think?
4 & Now, Dear Phaedrus, I shall Pause
5 our love of discourse, Phaedrus is superhuman
6 I might tell of many other noble deeds
7 Thus far I have been speaking
8 & so Beloved, who, like a god
9 Shall we discuss rules of writing
10 Suppose that you read me 1rst words
11 Leave unimportant
12 Oratory is art of enchanting soul
13 Enough appears to have been said
14 & now, Phaedrus, having agreed
15 republic by plato
16 symposium by plato
17 Timaeus
64 347 BC Protagoras
By PLATO 428 - 347 BC
49,000W 196P 3:15:31
65 Phaedo Dialogue
By Plato 424 - 347 BC
46,000W 184P 3:03:58 84 2M
1 Introductory conversation
2 Cyclical Argument
3 Theory of Recollection Argument
4 Affinity Argument
5 Argument from Form of Life
66 1804 Introduction to Philosophy & Writings of Plato
by Taylor, Thomas
42,630W 171P 2:51
67 347 BC Alcibiades 1
By PLATO
34,000W 136P 2:15:44
68 347 BC Symposium
By PLATO 428 BC - c 347 BC
34,000W 136P 2:15:06
69 Parmenides
By PLATO 428 BC - c 347 BC
33,500W 134P 02:13:36
70 Apology
By Plato 424 - 347 BC
19,000W 76P 1:15:11 34 4M

 

71 Critias
by Plato
26,750W 107P 1:06:32

72 Ion
By Plato 424 - 347 BC
13,500W 54P 53:52 24 6M
1 Ion Ion's Skill Is It Genuine Nature of Poetic Inspiration Ion's Choice To be Skilled or Inspired

73 Euthyphro
By Plato 424 - 347 BC
10,250W 41P 40:19 18 4M

74 Golden Sayings
By Epictetus 55 - 135
40,250W 161P 2:40:18 73 3M

75 Enchiridion
By Epictetus 55 - 135
13,000W 52P 51:25 23 5M

76 1914 History of Wars
by Procopius 500 - 65
177,944W 712P 11:52
1 B1-2 Persian War
98,779W 396P 6:36
2 B5-6 Gothic War
79,165W 317P 5:17
78 406 BC Iphigenia in Aulis
By EURIPIDES 484 BC - 406 BC
25,500W 100P 01:39:57
79 Alcestis
By EURIPIDES (484 BC - 406 BC)
19,250W 77P 1:16:50
80 Iliad of Homer
By HOMER (c 8th cen - c 8th cen)
235,250W 941P 15:40:25
81 Odyssey
By HOMER (c 8th cen - c 8th cen) & Samuel BUTLER (1835 - 1902)
169,750W 679P 11:18:25
       
30 Anabasis by Xenophon 430 - 354 BC 136,500W 546P 9:05:12 249M
1
1 Method by which Cyrus collected a body of Greeks when meditating an expedition against his brother Artaxerxes
2 Occurrences on march up & battle, death of Cyrus, description of arrival of Hellenes in camp after battle
3 They betook themselves to rest, none suspecting but what they were altogether victorious & that Cyrus lived
2
1 Doings of Hellenes during advance of Cyrus till date of battle
2 Incidents which befell them after Cyrus' death at commencement of their retreat while in company with Tissaphernes during truce
3
1 march up to battle, & occurrences after battle during truce which was established between king & Hellenes
2 fighting to which Hellenes were exposed, after king & Tissaphernes had broken treaty, while a Persian army hung on their rear
3 Advance into country of Carduchians was conducted with a view partly to secrecy,
4
1 All that Hellenes did, & how they fared on march up with Cyrus: & also of all that befell them on their march subsequently
2 They reached seaboard of Euxine Sea, or Pontus, & Hellenic city of Trapezus
3 Sacrifice for safe deliverance which they had vowed to offer as soon as they set foot on a friendly soil
5
1 Fortunes of Hellenes during their march up country with Cyrus down to date of battle & his death
2 They reached Euxine: as also of all their doings in their efforts to escape from Euxine by land & sea
3 They found themselves outside mouth of Black Sea (south of Bosphorus) at Chrysopolis in Asia
16 1890 Fishes, Flowers, & Fire as Elements & Deities in Phallic Faiths & Worship of Ancient Religions of Greece, Babylon by Anonymous 41,159W 165P 2:45
1 Fish
1 Frequent ooourrenoe of Fish Symbol
2 Fish Heraldry
3 Earliest devices
4 Fish devices on Churches & other public buildings
5 Catacombs
6 Ichthus
7 Fish devices at Glastonbury Abbey, Ac
8 Book-fish
9 Glasgow Fish-arms
10 Fish & Bing Story of Scotland
11 Solomon & Fish & Ring
12 Hermit's Fish Pond of St Neot's
13 Sacred Perch
14- Dolphin
15 Neptune
2 Fish 10
1 Ancient Sacred Fish
2 Fish diet & its supposed effects
3 Fish & Jews
4 God Krodo
5 Oanes
6 Dagon
7 Fish- god at Nimrod
8 Khorsabad
9 Fish Worship in Syria
10 Temple of Dagon at Azotus
11 Dagon of BiblcT-Adramelech
12 Abstinence from Fish-food
13 Ancient character of Fish Worship
14 "Paradise Lost"
15 Irish demi-god Phin
16 Fish as a Christian Symbol
17 Idea involved in Fish Worship
18 Holy Fish Ponds
19 Ancient Caledonian objections to Fish
20 Other anti- fish-eating nations
21 Ishtar
3 Flowers 25
1 Universal Love of Flowers
2 Indifference to Flowers
3 Excessive Love of Flowers leading to adoration
4 Myths & Legends connected with Flowers
5 Flos Adonis, Narcissus, Myrtle, Silene inflata, Clover
6 Hundred-leaved Rose
7 Worship of Lily species
8 Signification of Lotos
9 Hermaphroditic character of Lotos
10 1857 Indian Mutiny, part played by Lotus during its instigation
4 Flowers 33
1 Importance of Lotos
2 Varieties of Lotos
3 Statements by Herodotus, Homer, Theophrastus, Dioscorides, Pliny, sans & others
4 arborescent Lotos
5 Sacred Lotos of Nile
6 Indian Lotos
7 Nepaulese adoration of Lotos
8 Shing-moo, Chinese Holy Mother
9 Lakshmi
10 Queens of Beauty
11 Loves of Krishna & Radha
 
28 Life of Apollonius of Tyana V1-2 15 - 100 by Philostratus 275,000W 1,100P 18:19:37 503M
1
1
1 birth of Apollonius & miraculous portents that accompanied it,
2 education & embracing of Pythagoreanism
3 5 years spent in silence in Pamphylia & Lycia
4 stay in Antioch
5 journey to Mesopotamia & Iran In Nineveh he meets Damis, who will remain his loyal disciple & companion virtually to end
2
1 adventures of Apollonius & his followers on their journey to India They pass through 'Caucasus'
2 This journey is pretext for exchange between Apollonius & Damis
3 company of travelers cross river Cophen, visit shrine of Dionysus on mount Nysa
4 kill time on way to Indus with learned discussions about training, character, life expectancy, physical
3
1 Apollonius' journey to & stay with Indian sages
2 witness sensational snake hunt castle & environs
3 reach castle of sages, Apollonius is immediately invited to hold a discussion with sages
4 Indian king, who proves to be inferior to Phraotes because of his complete lack of interest in philosophy
5 discuss views of cosmos & other questions
6 sages perform a number of acts of healing
4
1 Apollonius' visits to Greek cities in Ionia & mainland
2 After arriving in Athens, Apollonius wants to be initiated into Eleusinian mysteries
3 Corinthian Bassus
4 Olympia
5 ethical revival in Sparta
6 ethics speeches
7 diagnoses effects of earthquake on Crete
8 1st stay in Italy conflict with Nero
9 Brings a young woman back to life
10 Philosophy banned & move to Spain
5
1 Apollonius' stay in Hispania
2 Governor of Andalusia trie to convince him to join revolt of governor of Gaul
3 Discusses volcanic phenomena & merits of fables of Aesop with his companions in Catana, at foot of Mount Etna
4 Reproves blood sacrifice & Alexandrians vandalism at horse races
5 Contacts with new emperor Vespasian
6 How rule by one man should be carried out
7 Euphrates attacks Pythagoreanism in emperors presence
8 Goes to Ethiopian gymnosophis
2
1
1 Apollonius & his followers spend with gymnosophists, who turn out to be less wise than Indians Ethiopia
2 Apollonius says Indian philosophy is superiror to gymnosophists
3 peculiarities of Egyptians & Greeks, justice
4 Immortality of soul & cosmology
5 Apollonius, Timasion & Nilus reach 3rd cataract
6 Conflict with Euphrates
7 Conversations with Vespasian's son & crown prince Titus, He issues a cryptic prophecy of Titus' death
2
1 Confrontation with tyrant Domitian
2 Tries to convinve Governerms & Senators Orfitus, Rufus, Nerva to revolt against Domitian
3 Domitian issues a warrant for arrest of Apollonius, who has been maligned by Euphrates to emperor
4 arrested & has a meeting with praetorian prefect Aelianus, who is well disposed toward him
5 Apollonius is incarcerated in a prison with a mild regime: he instills courage in Damis & his fellow prisoners
6 Apollonius defends himself against charges, he is shaved & put in irons
7 Apollonius is transferred to mild prison
8 He sends Damis back to Dicaearchia & listens to story of a young man from Messene,
9 improsoned for spurning Emperor advances
3
1 Apollonius' trial before Domitian, his acquittal, & his miraculous departure from court
2 Speech which Apollonius wrote for defense, though it was never actually delivered
3 Domitian astonished by Apollonius' inexplicable departure
4 Visits Olympia & oracle of Trophonius in cave near Lebadea: spends 7 days there underground & returns with a book of Pythago
5 After staying in Greece for 2 years, Apollonius moves on to Ionia, staying in Smyrna, Ephesus & elsewhere
6 appears posthumously
4 Epistles
1 Epistles 1-37
2 Epistles 38-61
3 Epistles 62-97
4 Treaty of Eusebius
5 Treaties of Eusebius against life of Apollonius of Tyana
6 Treaty of Eusebius
 
77 544 Secret History of Court of Justinian by Procopius 500-65 47,239W 189P 3:09
1 Birth & character of Antonina
1 Her marriage with Belisarius
2 Her adulterous amours
3 Services rendered by her to Empress Theodora
4 Her passion for Thracian Theodosius
5 Adoption of latter
6 lovers surprised by Belisarius
7 His weakness
8 Revelation made by slave Macedonia
9 Flight of Theodosius
10 Vengeance of Antonina upon Macedonia, & upon Constantine, who had spoken insultingly of her
11 Theodosius refuses to return to her until departure of her son Photius
12 Retirement of Photius
13 Demands of Theodosius
14 His return
15 Infatuation of Belisarius
16 His return to Byzantium
17 Theodosius enters a cloister at Ephesus
18 Despair of Antonina
19 She causes him to be recalled
20 His resistance
21 His secret return
2 Departure of Belisarius, accompanied by "consular" Photius, for war against Chosroes, King of Persia
1 Antonina remains at Byzantium
2 Her intrigues against Photius
3 latter denounces her adulterous intimacy with Theodosius
4 Indignation of Belisarius
5 His agreement with Photius
6 His vengeance postponed
7 Entry of Roman army into Persia
8 Downfall of John Cappadocian
9 Antonina's perjuries
10 She sets out for army
11 Theodosius sent back to Ephesus
12 Capture of Sisauranum
13 Arrival of Antonina
14 Retirement of Belisarius
15 Arethas & Saracens
16 Colchis or Lazica invaded by Chosroes
17 Capture of Petra
18 Reverse sustained by Chosroes
19 Huns defeated by Valerian
20 Insurrectionist movement amongst Persians
21 Letter of Theodora to Zaberganes
22 Return of Chosroes to Persia
3 Arrest of Antonina
1 Hesitation of Belisarius
2 Photius repairs to Ephesus, & extorts from Calligonus a confession of his mistress's secrets
3 Theodosius, having taken refuge in temple, is given up by Andreas Bishop
4 Intervention of Theodora
5 Photius removes Theodosius, & puts him away in Cilicia
6 latter & Calligonus set free
7 Empress hands over Antonina's enemies to her
8 Her vengeance
9 Punishment of senator Theodosius
10 Forced reconciliation between Belisarius & his wife
11 Arrest of Photius: his firmness under torture
12 Calligonus restored to Antonina
13 Theodosius restored to her arms
14 Empress's favours
15 She promises him a high military command
16 His death from dysentery
17 Long imprisonment of Photius
18 Sacred asylums violated
19 Weakness displayed by priests
20 Deliverance of Photius, who enters a convent at Jerusalem
21 Perjury of Belisarius
22 His punishment
23 Failure of 3rd expedition against Chosroes
24 Capture of Callinikus
25 Roman prisoners
26 Belisarius accused of treachery & cowardice
4 Illness of Justinian
1 Resolutions of army consequent upon his supposed death
2 Peter & John Glutton denounce Belisarius & Buzes
3 latter put away & tortured
4 Disgrace of Belisarius
5 He is superseded by Martin in command of army of East
6 His treasures carried away by Theodora
7 His friendship for Antonina
8 His letter to Belisarius
9 Submission of latter to his wife
10 Division of his fortune
11 Betrothal of Joannina, his daughter, to Anastasius, grandson of Theodora
12 Belisarius appointed Count of Royal Stable & again commander of army in Italy
13 Comparison of 2 expeditions
5 Conduct of Belisarius in Italy
1 His greed
2 Defection of Herodianus
3 Loss of Spoletum
4 Success of Totila & his Goths
5 Rupture with John
6 Betrothal of latter to Justina, daughter of Germanus
7 Recall of Belisarius
8 Perusia taken by Goths
9 marriage between Joannina & Anastasius consummated by a trick on part of dying Empress
10 Return of Antonina, who separates young pair
11 Belisarius despised for his weakness
12 Sergius causes loss of Roman army in Africa
13 Murder of Pegasius by Solomon
14 vengeance of Heaven
6 History of Justin & his 2 brothers, poor Illyrian husbandmen
1 Their enrolment in army
2 Their admission into Palace Guards, in reign of Leo
3 Justin condemned to death, during reign of Anastasius, by General John Kyrtus, for some breach of discipline
4 His escape by divine intervention
5 He becomes praefect of Praetorian guards
6 In spite of his ignorance, he is proclaimed Emperor
7 way in which he was assisted to sign imperial documents
8 Empress Lupicina-Euphemia
9 Justinian, nephew of Justin, real master of Empire
10 His cruelty, his avarice, his inconsistency in regard to laws
11 He oppresses Italy, Africa, & rest of Empire
12 Amantius condemned, to avenge an outrage upon bishop John
13 Perjury towards Vitalianus
7 Byzantium divided between 2 factions: Blues & Greens
1 Justinian puts himself at head of former
2 Empire entirely upset by quarrels between these factions
3 Blues dress their hair after manner of Huns
4 Their general attire
5 Their excesses
6 Behaviour of Greens
7 Corruption of morals of young men
8 Murder committed with impunity
9 Inaction on part of authorities
10 Acts of violence committed upon both sexes
11 woman throws herself into sea to save her virtue
12 Culpability of Justinian
13 His partiality for oppressors, upon whom he bestows favours & dignities
8 Calamities in provinces
1 Justinian's apathy
2 Waste of public money during his reign
3 Useless presents of money made to Huns
4 Extravagance in buildings on sea-shore
5 Attack upon fortunes of private individuals
6 Description of Justinian's personal appearance
7 His resemblance to Domitian
8 Domitian's wife
9 Alterations in established institutions
9 bear-keeper Acacius, Theodora's father
1 His widow loses her place in amphitheatre of Greens & takes another in that of Blues
2 Her daughters
3 beginning of Theodora's career
4 Her precocious immorality
5 Her accomplishments
6 Her debaucheries
7 Her intercourse with Hecebolus, governor of Pentapolis
8 Her return from East
9 Justinian, enamoured of her, wishes to marry her
10 Assassination of Hypatius
11 Praefect Theodotus Colocynthius
12 Punishment of malefactors
13 His exile & death
10 Empress Euphemia
1 Her opposition to marriage of Justinian & Theodora
2 Justin repeals law prohibiting marriage of a patrician with a stage-performer
3 Justinian & Theodora colleagues on throne
4 Death of Justin
5 Effect of marriage
6 Adulation of senate, clergy, people, & army
7 General feeling of discouragement
8 Personal advantages of Theodora
9 Pretended antagonism between her & Justinian
10 Theodora deceives Christians & factions
11 Consolidation of despotism
11
1 Legislative innovations
2 Avarice & cruelty of Justinian
3 Barbarian invasions provoked
4 Exorbitant subsidies to chiefs of Huns & Chosroes King of Persia, followed by disturbances & violation of truce
5 Saracens, Slavs, Antes, & other barbarous peoples
6 Desolation of provinces
7 Religious persecutions & confiscation of Church property
8 Montanists, Sabbatians, Arians, & Samaritans
9 Pretended conversions
10 Manicheans & Polytheists
11 Caesarea, author's birthplace
12 Revolt of peasants under Julian
13 Hellenism
14 Law against paederasty
15 Persecution of astrologers
16 Continuous emigration
12 Downfall & death of Zeno, grandson of Anthemius, Emperor of West
1 Robbery of Tatian, Demosthenes, wealthy Hilara, Dionysus of Libanus & John of Edessa
2 Forged wills
3 Theodora & Justinian evil spirits, not simple human beings
4 Justinian putative son of Sabbatius
5 His mother's intimate relations with a spirit
6 adventure of a monk
7 Justinian's temperate manner of living
8 His fondness for women
9 Theodora's intercourse with a spirit
10 Reputation of Macedonia during Justin's time
11 Her prediction to Theodora
12 Dream of her marriage with Prince of Demons
13 Justinian's qualities
1 His accessibility
2 His partiality for clergy
3 His gifts to churches
4 His passion for blood & money, shared by him with Theodora
5 Flattery of Tribonianus
6 Justinian's fickleness & ill-faith
7 Venality of justice
8 Corruption of officials
9 Justinian's fasting & temperate mode of life
14
1 Abolition of various old customs
2 attributes of quaestor & imperial secretaries
3 senate a mere cipher
4 Corruption of "Referendaries"
5 Guilty conduct of Zeno, Cilician
15
1 Cruelty of Theodora
2 Her voluptuous life
3 Her ambition
4 Her character & Justinian's compared
5 Her harshness towards persons of rank
6 Their servility
7 Pretended mildness of Justinian
8 Theodora's eagerness for vengeance
9 Her partiality
10 insult offered by her to a patrician
11 Her stay at Heraeum, on sea-shore
16
1 Assassination of Amalasunta, Queen of Goths, by Peter, Theodora's agent
2 secretary, Priscus, obliged to enter a cloister
3 Justinian's hypocrisy
4 Disgrace of Areobindus, Theodora's lover
5 Her way of getting rid of persons of rank
6 Punishment of Basianus
7 False accusation against Diogenes, a member of municipal council
8 Suborning of witnesses
9 Theodora's courage
17
1 Murder of Callinicus, governor of Cilicia
2 His property confiscated by Justinian
3 Theodora's severe measures against prostitutes
4 She compels 2 girls of noble birth to marry
5 Her frequent abortions
6 Disappearance of her natural son, John
7 Corrupt morals of ladies of capital
8 Theodora disposes of ecclesiastical dignities
9 Takes upon herself general superintendence of marriages
10 Adventure of Saturninus
11 Persecution of John of Cappadocia
18
1 Justinian, a devil in form of a man, causes destruction of millions of men
2 His policy towards Vandals, Goths, & other barbarians
3 Chosroes & Persians
4 Invasion of Huns, Saracens, & others
5 Justinian's theological studies
6 Religious persecution
7 Divine anger
8 Inundations, earthquakes, & plague
19
1 dream relating to Justinian's avarice
2 vast treasures of Anastasius squandered by Justinian
3 He makes himself master of fortunes of private individuals by false accusations, & squanders them in presents of money to barbarians, who plunder Empire
4 Fulfilment of dream
20
1 Justinian impoverishes private individuals by "monopolies"
2 2 new magistrates appointed at Constantinople
3 Praetor of People to judge cases of robbery
4 Legislation in regard to paederasty & female morality
5 Establishment of an inquisition against heretics
6 Condemnations & confiscations
7 Degradation of quaestorship in hands of Junilus & Constantine
8 Their venality
21
1 impost called "Aerikon"
2 Exactions authorised by Justinian
3 property of John Cappadocian confiscated
4 farming of taxes entrusted to salaried commissioners
5 Increased spoliation
6 Oath taken against venality
7 Increasing corruption of officials
8 Thracians & Illyrians at 1st check depredations of Huns, Goths, & other barbarians, & then, in turn, take to plundering themselves
22
1 John of Cappadocia replaced by Theodotus, & Theodotus by Peter Barsyames, Syrian, old usurer
2 His greed
3 He suppresses gratuities to soldiers
4 Traffic in every kind of employment
5 Speculation in wheat
6 Scarcity of provisions at Byzantium
7 Discontent
8 Barsyames upheld by Theodora & his own sorceries
9 His connection with Manicheans
10 Their influence over Justinian
11 Barsyames supersedes John of Palestine as treasury minister
12 He abolishes assistance rendered to unfortunate
23
1 Ruin of private properties
2 Abolition of remission of arrears of taxes, even in case of cities taken by barbarians
3 imposts called Synn, Epibol, & Diagraph
4 Soldiers billeted in private houses
24
1 Oppression of soldiers by Logothetes
2 Division of soldiers into 3 classes
3 Their promotion suspended
4 Their pay diverted to other purposes
5 diminishing army
6 Praetorian soldiers disbanded
7 Alexander Logothete in Italy
8 general's aides-de-camp
9 frontier garrisons abandoned
10 Palace guards, Scholares, & supernumeraries
11 Armenians
12 Peter, Master of Offices, murderer of Amalasunta
13 Palace officials, Domestics, & Protectors
14 Suppression of quinquennial gratuity
15 imperial officers & dignitaries
25
1 Unjust treatment of merchants, mariners, & artisans
2 straits of Bosphorus & Hellespont burdened with custom-house dues
3 Enormous dues levied by Addeus in port of Byzantium
4 Change in silver coinage: its depreciation
5 Monopoly of silk trade
6 Ruin of Berytus & Tyre
7 Malversations of Peter Barsyames & his successors
8 Tyranny of Theodora & avarice of Justinian
26
1 Destruction of city decorations & ornaments
2 Advocates deprived of their fees by institution of arbitrators
3 Physicians & professors deprived of their pensions
4 Public spectacles discontinued
5 consulship suppressed
6 Scarcity of corn & water at Byzantium, Rome, & Alexandria
7 Generosity of Theodoric, conqueror of Italy
8 Greed of Alexander Forficula
9 Disbanding of garrison of Thermopylae
10 Spoliation of Athens & other Greek cities
11 Hephaestus & Diocletian
27
1 Conduct of Justinian & Theodora in regard to clergy & council of Chalcedon
2 Arsenius Samaritan persecutes Christians of Scythopolis with impunity
3 Paul, archbishop of Alexandria, has deacon Psoes put to death
4 Rhodon, governor, by his orders, tortures him: but he is dismissed, & then put to death, together with Arsenius, through influence of Theodora
5 Liberius, new governor, & Pelagius, legate of Pope Vigilius at Alexandria, depose Paul, who buys back favour of Justinian
6 Resistance of Vigilius
7 Faustinus, governor of Palestine, denounced by Christians as a Samaritan
8 His condemnation by Senate
9 sentence annulled by Justinian
10 Outrages upon Christians
28
1 Laws changed for money considerations
2 Affair of church of Emesa
3 Priscus forger
4 100 years' prescription granted to churches
5 Mission of Longinus
6 Persecution of Jews at Passover
7 Justinian's intolerance
29
1 Justinian's hypocrisy
2 Letters sent to both Liberius & John Laxarion, confirming them as governors of Egypt
3 Intervention of Pelagius & Eudaemon
4 Murder of John
5 Liberius acquitted by Senate
6 Fine inflicted by Justinian
7 Confiscation of inheritances of Eudaemon, Euphratas, & Irenaeus
8 New law as to inheritances of municipal councillors
9 Spoliation of daughter of Anatolia & Ascalon, widow of Mamilianus
10 Affair of Tarsus
11 Malthanes & Blues of Cilicia
12 Unpunished assassinations
13 Justinian's corruptness
14 Leo Referendary
30
1 posts & spies
2 Rapidity of imperial couriers
3 Their chief routes
4 Superiority of Persians
5 Reverses of Romans in Lazica at hands of Chosroes
6 army commissariat
7 Spoliation of lawyer Evangelius
8 Justinian's sarcasm
9 He & Theodora required their feet to be kissed by those who had audience of them
10 Their titles of "master" & "mistress"
11 palace crowded by applicants for audiences
12 death of Justinian alone will show how vast wealth of Empire has been spent
27 404 BC History of Peloponnesian War 431-04 BC by Thucydides314,500W 1,258P 20:57:35 528M
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1
1 State of Greece from earliest Times to Commencement of Peloponnesian War
2
1 Causes of War
2 Affair of Epidamnus
3 Affair of Potidaea
3
1 Congress of Peloponnesian Confederacy at Lacedaemon
4
1 From end of Persian to beginning of Peloponnesian War
2 Progress from Supremacy to Empire
5 2nd Congress at Lacedaemon
1 Preparations for War & Diplomatic Skirmishes
2 Cylon
3 Pausanias
4 Themistocles
2
1 Beginning of Peloponnesian War
1 1st Invasion of Attica
2 Funeral Oration of Pericles
2 2nd Year of War
1 Plague of Athens
2 Position & Policy of Pericles
3 Fall of Potidaea
3 3rd Year of War
1 Investment of Plataea
2 Naval Victories of Phormio
3 Thracian Irruption into Macedonia under Sitalces
3
1 4th & 5th Years of War
1 Revolt of Mitylene
2 5th Year of War
1 Trial & Execution of Plataeans
2 Corcyraean Revolution
3 6th Year of War
1 Campaigns of Demosthenes in Western Greece
2 Ruin of Ambracia
4
1 7th Year of War
1 Occupation of Pylos
2 Surrender of Spartan Army in Sphacteria
2 7th & 8th Years of War
1 End of Corcyraean Revolution
2 Peace of Gela
3 Capture of Nisaea
3 8th & 9th Years of War
1 Invasion of Boeotia
2 Fall of Amphipolis
3 Brilliant Successes of Brasidas
5
1 10th Year of War
1 Death of Cleon & Brasidas
2 Peace of Nicias
2 Feeling against Sparta in Peloponnese
1 League of Mantineans, Eleans, Argives, & Athenians
2 Battle of Mantinea & breaking up of League
3 16th Year of War
1 Melian Conference
2 Fate of Melos
4 17th Year of War
1 Sicilian Campaign
2 Affair of Hermae
3 Departure of Expedition
5 17th Year of War
1 Parties at Syracuse
2 Story of Harmodius & Aristogiton
3 Disgrace of Alcibiades
6 17th & 18th Years of War
1 Inaction of Athenian Army
2 Alcibiades at Sparta
3 Investment of Syracuse
6
1 18th & 19th Years of War
1 Arrival of Gylippus at Syracuse
2 Fortification of Decelea
3 Successes of Syracusans
2 19th Year of War
1 Arrival of Demosthenes
2 Defeat of Athenians at Epipolae
3 Folly & Obstinancy of Nicias
3 19th Year of War
1 Battles in Great Harbour
2 Retreat & Annihilation of Athenian Army
7
1 19th & 20th Years of War
1 Revolt of Ionia
2 Intervention of Persia
3 War in Ionia
2 20th & 21st Years of War
1 Intrigues of Alcibiades
2 Withdrawal of Persian Subsidies
3 Oligarchical Coup d'Etat at Athens
4 Patriotism of Army at Samos
3 21st Year of War
1 Recall of Alcibiades to Samos
2 Revolt of Euboea & Downfall of 400
3 Battle of Cynossema
   
40 564 BC Aesop's Fables by Aesop 620 - 564 BC10,500W 42P 41:28 173M
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11,750W 47P 46:12 21M
1 Fox & Grapes
2 Goose that laid Golden Eggs
3 cat & mice
4 Mischievous dog
5 charcoal-burner & Fuller
6 mice in council
7 bat & wasels
8 dog & sow
9 fox & crow
10 horse & groom
11 wolf & lamb
12 peacock & crane
13 cat & birds
14 spendthrift & Swallow
15 old woman & Doctor
16 moon & her mother
17 Mercury & woodman
18 ass, fox, & Lion
19 lion & mouse
20 crow & pitcher
21 boys & frogs
22 north wind & Sun
23 mistress & her servants
24 goods & ills
25 hares & frogs
2
8,250W 33P 33:03 15M
1 Fox & Stork
2 Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
3 Stag in Ox-Stall
4 Milkmaid & Her Pail
5 Dolphins, Whales & Sprat
6 Fox & Monkey
7 Ass & Lap-Dog
8 Fir Tree & Bramble
9 Frog's Complaint Against Sun
10 Dog, Cock & Fox
11 Gnat & Bull
12 Bear & Travellers
13 Slave & Lion
14 Flea & Man
15 Bee & Jupiter
16 Oak & Reeds
17 Blind Man & Cub
18 Boy & Snails
19 Apes & 2 Travellers
20 Ass & His Burdens
21 Sheperd's Boy & Wolf
22 Fox & Goat
23 Fisherman & Sprat
24 Boasting Traveller
25 Crab & His Mother
3
7,500W 30P 29:34 13 5M
1 Ass & Shadow
2 Farmer & Sons
3 Dog & Cook
4 Monkey as King
5 Thieves & Cock
6 Farmer & Fortune
7 Jupiter & Monkey
8 Father & Sons
9 Lamp
10 Owl & Birds
11 Ass In Lion's Skin
12 She Goats & Their Beards
13 Old Lion
14 Boy Bathing
15 Quack Frog
16 Swollen Fox
17 Mouse, Frog & Hawk
18 Boy & Nettles
19 Peasant & Apple Tree
20 Jackdaw & Pigeons
21 Jupiter & Tortise
22 Dog in Manger
23 2 Bags
24 Oxen & Axletrees
25 Boy & Filberts
4
7,250W 29P 28:10 13M
1 Frogs Asking for a King
2 Olive Tree & Fig Tree
3 Lion & Boar
4 Walnut Tree
5 Man & Lion
6 Tortoise & Eagle
7 Kid & Housetop
8 Fox Without a Tail
9 Vain Jackdaw
10 Traveller & His Dog
11 Shipwrecked Man & Sea
12 Wild Boar & Fox
13 Mercury & Sculptor
14 Fawn & His Mother
15 Fox & Lion
16 Eagle & Captor
17 Blacksmith & His Dog
18 Stag at Pool
19 Dog & Shadow
20 Mercury & Tradesmen
21 Mice & Weasels
22 Peacock & Juno
23 Bear & Fox
24 Ass & Old Peasant
25 Ox & Frog
5
8,250W 33P 32:30 15M
1 Man & Image
2 Hercules & Waggoner
3 Pomegranate, Apple Tree & Bramble
4 Lion, Bear & Fox
5 Blackamoor
6 2 Soldiers & Robber
7 Lion & Wild Ass
8 Man & Satyr
9 Image Seller
10 Eagle & Arrow
11 Rich Man & Tanner
12 Wolf, Mother & Child
13 Old Woman & Wine Jar
14 Lioness & Vixen
15 Viper & File
16 Cat & Cock
17 Hare & Tortise
18 Soldier & Horse
19 Oxen & Butchers
20 Wolf & Lion
21 Sheep, Wolf, Stag
22 Lion & 3 Bulls
23 Horse & His Rider
24 Goat & Vine
25 2 Pots
6
8,000W 32P 31:18 14 3M
1 Old Hound
2 Clown & Co untryman
3 Lark & Farmer
4 Lion & Ass
5 Prophet
6 Hound & Hare
7 Eagle, Cat & Wild Sow
8 Lion, Mouse & Fox
9 Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
10 Wolf & Crane
11 Tunny Fish & Dolphin
12 3 Tradesmen
13 Mouse & Bull
14 Hare & Hound
15 Town Mouse & Country Mouse
16 Lion & Bull
17 Wolf & Sheep
18 Wolf, Fox & Ape
19 Eagle & Cocks
20 Escaped Jackdraw
21 Farmer & Fox
22 Venus & Cat
23 Crow & Swan
24 Stag with One Eye
25 Fly & Draught Mule
7
8,500W 34P 33:42 15 5M
1 Cock & Jewel
2 Wolf & Shepherd
3 Farmer & Stork
4 Charger & Miller
5 Grasshopper & Owl
6 Grasshopper & Ants
7 Farmer & Viper
8 2 Frogs
9 Cobler Turned Doctor
10 Ass, Cock, Lion
11 Belly & Members
12 Bald Man & Fly
13 Ass & Wolf
14 Monkey & Camel
15 Sick Man & Doctor
16 Travellers & Plane Tree
17 Flea & Ox
18 Birds, Beasts & Bat
19 Man & His 2 Sweethearts
20 Eagle, Jackdaw & Shepherd
21 Wolf & Boy
22 Miller, His Son & Their Ass
23 Stag & Vine
24 Lamb Chased by Wolf
25 Archer & Lion
8
8,000W 32P 31:37 14 5M
1 Wolf & Goat
2 Sick Stag
3 Ass & Mule
4 Brother & Sister
5 Heifer & Ox
6 Kingdom & Lion
7 Ass & Driver
8 Lion & Hare
9 Wolves & Dogs
10 Bull & Calf
11 Trees & Axe
12 Astronomer
13 Labourer & Snake
14 Cage Bird & Bat
15 Ass & His Purchaser
16 Kid & Wolf
17 Debtor & His Sow
18 Bald Huntsman
19 Herdsman & Lost Bull
20 Mule
21 Hound & Fox
22 Father & His Daughters
23 Thief & Innkeeper
24 Pack Ass & Wild Ass
25 Ass & Masters
9
7,750W 31P 30:48 14M
1 Pack Ass, Wild Ass & Lion
2 Ant
3 Frogs & Well
4 Crab & Fox
5 Fox & Grasshopper
6 Farmer, His Boy & Rooks
7 Ass & Dog
8 Ass Carrying Image
9 Athenian & Theban
10 Goatherd & Goat
11 Sheep & Dog
12 Shepherd & Wolf
13 Lion, Jupiter & Elephant
14 Pig & Sheep
15 Gandener & Dog
16 Rivers & Sea
17 Lion in Love
18 Bee Keeper
19 Wolf & Horse
20 Bat, Bramble & Seagull
21 Dog & Wolf
22 Wasp & Snake
23 Eagle & Beetle
24 Fowler & Lark
25 Fisherman Piping
10
8,250W 33P 33:00 15M
1 Weasel & Man
2 Ploughman, Ass & Ox
3 Demades & His Fable
4 Monkey & Dolphin
5 Crow & Snake
6 Dogs & Fox
7 Nightingale & Hawk
8 Rose & Amaranth
9 Man, Horse, Ox & Dog
10 Wolves, Sheep & Ram
11 Swan
12 Snake & Jupiter
13 Wolf & His Shadow
14 Ploughman & Wolf
15 Mercury & Man Bitten by Ant
16 Wily Lion
17 Parrot & Cat
18 Stag & Lion
19 Imposter
20 Dogs & Hides
21 Lion, Fox & Ass
22 Fowler, Partridge & Cock
23 Gnat & Lion
24 Farmer & Dogs
25 Eagle & Fox
11
9,250W 37P 36:07 16 5M
1 Butcher & Customers
2 Hercules & Minerva
3 Fox Who Seved A Lion
4 Quack Doctor
5 Lion, Wolf & Fox
6 Hercules & Plutus
7 Fox & Leopard
8 Fox & Hedgehog
9 Crow & Raven
10 Witch
11 Old Man & Death
12 Miser
13 Foxes & River
14 Horse & Stag
15 Fox & Bramble
16 Fox & Snake
17 Lion, Fox & Stag
18 Man Who Lost His Spade
19 Partridge & Fowler
20 Runaway Slave
21 Hunter & Woodman
22 Serpent & Eagle
23 Rogue & Oracle
24 Horse & Ass
25 Dog Chasing Wolf
12
3,000W 12P 11:27 5 3M
1 Grief & His Due
2 Hawk, Kite & Pigeons
3 Woman & Farmer
4 Prometheus & Making of Man
5 Swallow & Crow
6 Hunter & Horseman
7 Goatherd & Wild Goats
8 Nightingale & Swallow
9 Traveller & Fortune