A History of Ancient Greek Literature

A History of Ancient Greek Literature

CYCLES 45 When the oral poetry was dead , perhaps in the fourth century B . C .
, scholars began to collect the remnants of ... One of the tables speaks of the “
Trojan Cycle ' and the “ Theban Cycle ' ; and we hear of a ' Cycle of History ' - of
all ...

Author: Gilbert Murray

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Category: Greek literature

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Bibliography on Tropical Rain Forests and the Global Carbon Cycle South Asia

Bibliography on Tropical Rain Forests and the Global Carbon Cycle  South Asia

World Bank , Resource Planning Unit , Washington , D.C. the Bombay Natural
History Society 22 : 29-44 . 4194 World Bank . 1984. Bhutan , Development in a
Himalayan Kingdom . World Bank , Washington , D.C. 4202 Wroughton , R. C.
1913 ...

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The Truth of History

The Truth of History

... through the B.c. and A.D. scales the Julian Era “ picks up ” each ist year of the
several cycles where history locates it . ... he will find , together with other facts ,
the following data recorded : Golden Number ( i . e . , age in the Lunar Cycle ) ,
14 ...

Author: Charles Adiel Lewis Totten

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Category: Bible

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The Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History

The Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History

Cincinnati Society of Natural History. their cycle , which was a period of 52 years ,
which they named Xiuhmolpilli , and signified the binding together of the years .
Sometimes they represented two consecutive circles ; the one contained the ...

Author: Cincinnati Society of Natural History

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A History of Greek Literature from the Earliest Period to the Death of Demosthenes

A History of Greek Literature  from the Earliest Period to the Death of Demosthenes

Proclus says expressly that the poems of the cycle were much read , precisely
because they , or rather it , made a continuous story . Now , some of the poems in
their original form re . peated a great deal of the story told in others , as we have ...

Author: Frank Byron Jevons

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Category: Greek literature

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Origines Kalendariae Hellenicae or the history of the primitive calendar among the Greeks before and after the legistation of Solon

Origines Kalendariae Hellenicae  or  the history of the primitive calendar among the Greeks  before and after the legistation of Solon

It was just as allowable for Minos to adopt an animaltype of a cycle of eight years
. ... And though while the animal - type of his cycle was absolutely the same with
that of the first two of those other cycles , the length of his cycle , and for the ...

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Essays on Subjects Connected with the Literature Popular Superstitions and History of England in the Middle Ages

Essays on Subjects Connected with the Literature  Popular Superstitions  and History of England in the Middle Ages

ON THE POPULAR CYCLE OF THE ROBIN HOOD BALLADS . ... In the semi -
heroic period of the history of most peoples , the national poetry appears in the
form of cycles , each having for its subject some grand national story , some
tradition ...

Author: Thomas Wright

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Category: Anglo-Saxon literature

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A History of Greece

A History of Greece

... to fix , but which appears to have been later than the period of the great
Alexandrian scholars Zenodotus , Aristophanes and Aristarchus , these poems
were combined with others into an “ epic cycle . ” The “ cycle ” formed a history ...

Author: Evelyn Abbott

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Magazine of Western History

Magazine of Western History

EVOLUTION OF THE BICYCLE . THE TAYLOR CYCLE COMPANY .
PECULIARITY of the bicycle energies to the work of building up n business of the
country , consid - and extending the business which ering its enormous
proportions , is the ...

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A Literary History of Ireland from Earliest Times to the Present Day

A Literary History of Ireland from Earliest Times to the Present Day

of Irish literature : “ real historical documents we have none until the beginning of
the decadence - a decadence so ... CHAPTER XXIII THE MYTHOLOGICAL
CYCLE The cycle of the mythological 280 LITERARY HISTORY OF IRELAND
THE ...

Author: Douglas Hyde

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Category: Irish literature

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A History of Greece From the earliest times to the Ionian revolt

A History of Greece  From the earliest times to the Ionian revolt

The “ cycle ” formed a history of events from the creation of the world down to the
death of Odysseus at the hands of his son Telegonus , and it appears that the
poems which were introduced into it were curtailed , or otherwise altered , in
order ...

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The approaching end of the age viewed in the light of history prophecy and science

The approaching end of the age viewed in the light of history  prophecy and science

This ninety - eight years double jubilee cycle , or first , plus a second , or new
week cycle ( the octave principle ) , advances in its repetitions as follows : — 2
jubilees ; 4 ; 6 ; 8 ; 10 ; 12 ; 14 ; 16 ; 18 ; 20 ; 22 jubilees , or thrice seven , plus
one ...

Author: Henry Grattan Guinness

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Category: Bible

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Egypt s Place in Universal History

Egypt s Place in Universal History

An Historical Investigation in Five Books Christian Karl Josias Freiherr von
Bunsen. COR on , i . 13 DAV Date and reality of this cycle , 384 . Tle Metonic
cycle of the Chinese , 385 Cycle , the 12 - yearly zodiacal , of the Tartars .
Thibetans ...

Author: Christian Karl Josias Freiherr von Bunsen

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Category: Chronology, Historical

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A History of Greece

A History of Greece

1 Both the Epic cycle Iliad and the Odyssey were comprised in the Cycle , so that
the denomination of cyclic poet did not originally or designedly carry with it any
association of contempt . But as the great according and capital poems were ...

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The sources and primeval facts of Egyptian history

The sources and primeval facts of Egyptian history

The nation sought and found here also a religious frame in which to express the
continuity of its historical existence . — This was the Divine year , a Cycle of 1461
natural years , by which the entire arrangement of the year of the Priests , and ...

Author: Christian Karl Josias Freiherr von Bunsen

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044018177576

Category: Chronology, Historical

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The Old and New Testament Connected in the History of the Jews and Neighbouring Nations

The Old and New Testament Connected in the History of the Jews and Neighbouring Nations

happened in any one of them would be sufficient to direct where to find them for
ever in all cycles after ; and there would need no more to be done , than to know
what year of the cycle it is , in order to know and discover the very moment of time
 ...

Author: Humphrey Prideaux

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ISBN: UCLA:31158010533478

Category: History, Ancient

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A Cycle of Celestial Objects

A Cycle of Celestial Objects

Observed, Reduced, and Discussed William Henry Smyth George Frederick
Chambers. Clarendon Press , Oxford . 33 Vol . I. Vol . 2 . Select Charters and
other Illustrations of English Constitutional History , from the Earliest Times to the
Reign ...

Author: William Henry Smyth

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044027938448

Category: Astronomy

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A History of Greece

A History of Greece

1 Both the Epic cycle Iliad and the Odyssey were comprised in the Cycle , so that
the denomination of cyclic poet did not originally or designedly carry with it any
association of contempt . But as the great according and capital poems were ...

Author: George Grote

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ISBN: PSU:000001226881

Category: Greece

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The Natural History of the Crustacea Reproductive Biology

The Natural History of the Crustacea  Reproductive Biology

Time Scales of Biological Rhythms Biological rhythms exhibit periodicities
ranging from milliseconds of physiological rhythms to life history cycles that may
span many years (Aschoff 1981, Numata and Helm 2014). Whether an
endogenous ...

Author: Rickey Cothran

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ISBN: 9780190688554

Category: Science

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This is the sixth volume of a ten-volume series on The Natural History of the Crustacea. The volume synthesizes in nineteen chapters our current understanding of diverse topics in crustacean reproductive biology. In the first part of this book, the chapters address allocation strategies to reproduction, gamete production, brooding behavior, and other components of parental care in crustaceans. The second part of the volume centers on sexual systems in crustaceans. The third section of the volume covers crustacean mating systems and sexual selection. Reproductive Biology ends with three chapters covering diverse topics including reproductive rhythms, crustacean personality research, and record breaking crustaceans with respect to reproductive characters.
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History of the Inductive Sciences I The Greek school philosophy with reference to physical science II The physical sciences in ancient Greece III Greek astronomy IV Physical science in the middle ages V Formal astronomy after the stationary period VI Mechanics including fluid mechanics VII Physical astronomy Additions to the 3d ed

History of the Inductive Sciences  I  The Greek school philosophy  with reference to physical science  II  The physical sciences in ancient Greece  III  Greek astronomy  IV  Physical science in the middle ages  V  Formal astronomy after the stationary period  VI  Mechanics  including fluid mechanics  VII  Physical astronomy  Additions to the 3d ed

The first cycle which produced any near correspondence of the reckoning of the
moon and the sun , was the Octaëteris ... Hence this period would answer its
purpose , so far as the above lengths of the lunar and solar cycles are exact ; and
it ...

Author: William Whewell

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Category: Science

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