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For the gods keep hidden from men the means of life.
Works and Days
Hesiod
Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, Epic Cycle, Homerica
 
Translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White, M.A.
 
The pre-Homeric myths of the Ancient Greeks.
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record

NEW YORK: G. P. PUTNAM’S SONS, 1922
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2010
 
Hesiod
  Works and Days
  The Divination by Birds
  The Astronomy
  The Precepts of Chiron
  The Great Works
  The Idaean Dactyls
  The Theogony
  The Catalogues of Women and Eoiae
  The Shield of Heracles
  The Marriage of Ceyx
  The Great Eoiae
  The Melampodia
  Aegimius
  Fragments of Unknown Position
  Doubtful Fragments
 
The Homeric Hymns
I. To Dionysus
II. To Demeter
III. To Apollo
IV. To Hermes
V. To Aphrodite
VI. To Aphrodite
VII. To Dionysus
VIII. To Ares
IX. To Artemis
X. To Aphrodite
XI. To Athena
XII. To Hera
XIII. To Demeter
XIV. To the Mother of the Gods
XV. To Heracles the Lion-Hearted
XVI. To Asclepius
XVII. To the Dioscuri
XVIII. To Hermes
XIX. To Pan
XX. To Hephaestus
XXI. To Apollo
XXII. To Poseidon
XXIII. To the Son of Cronos, Most High
XXIV. To Hestia
XXV. To the Muses and Apollo
XXVI. To Dionysus
XXVII. To Artemis
XXVIII. To Athena
XXIX. To Hestia
XXX. To Earth the Mother of All
XXXI. To Helios
XXXII. To Selene
XXXIII. To the Dioscuri
 
Homer’s Epigrams
 
Fragments of the Epic Cycle
  The War of the Titans
  The Story of Oedipus
  The Thebaid
  The Epigoni
  The Cypria
  The Aethiopis
  The Little Iliad
  The Sack of Ilium
  The Returns
  The Telegony
 
Homerica
  The Expedition of Amphiaraüs
  The Taking of Oechalia
  The Phocais
  The Margites
  The Cercopes
  The Battle of Frogs and Mice
 
Of the Origin of Homer and Hesiod, and of Their Contest
 
Appendix: Hesiod, Catalogues of Women


 
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