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INDEX OF NAMES AND SUBJECTS



Adrastos^ hero-cult of^ 68.

Aiakidai, 67, 94, 95.

Aias Oileus, 67.

Amphidromia, Attic festival, 28.

Amphiktyones at Delphi, 96, 97.

Ancestor-worship, 35, 44.

Animatism, 5.

Animism, 5.

Anthesteria, 66.

Anthropomorphism, 3, 4.

Aphrodite, Pandemos, 70, 72.

Apollo, Northern origin of, 15;
patron of intellectual life, 123,
124; political character of, 6l,
69 ; AeX^iVtos, 90 ; riarpcuo?,
63, 72; ^lXi^ctlo?, 104; ^ol/So?,
23 ; Apolline music, 118.

Aristotle, general character of
the ethics of, 80.

Arktinos of Miletos, 87.

Art, religious aspect of, 116-120.

Artemis, na/x<^vAata, 70.

Ate, 116.

Athena, 'A|^to7roivos, 89 ; Arj/J^o-
Kparia, 71; ^parpta, 6I, 69;
goddess of art, 1 1 7.

Attis and Kybele, 1 49-

Babylonian religion, influence of,
16, 17; contrasted with Greek,
133.

Boghaz-Keui, inscription from, 12.

Boreas, worshipped as ^^ citizen"
at Thourioi, 74.

Celibacy, 79-

Chastity, 79-

City, religious origin of, 64.

Clan-system, religious organisa-
tion of, 58-64 ; morality of, 76-
78.

Communion with divinity, 34, 35,
144-146.

Cosmogonies, 122.

Courage, religious sanction of,
80-82.



Crete, 9-11, 16, 17, 29-

Curse, moral value of the, 51-53.

Daimones, 1 1 6.
Delphic oracle, 97-99, 143.
Demeter, 32.

Dionysos, 74 ; of Eleutherai, 70 ;
Dionysiac music, 118, 119-

Egyptian religion, influence of, 1 7.
Eleusinian mysteries, 137-139-
Erechtheus, cult of, 67.
Erinyes, moral function of, 39-

40, 85-86, 90-91, 101.
Eumeleidai, clan at Naples, 60.
Euripides, religious speculation of,

112-114, 121, 143-144, 147.
Evil, theory of, 114-116.

Fires, perpetual maintenance of,

66, 68.
Freedom, a religious ideal, 82-84.
Friendship, religious sanction of,

103, 104.

Games, religious influence of, 96.
Ghosts, belief in, a social force,
54, 88-90.

Hagia-Triada sarcophagus, 10.
Hagnon, Athenian cekist, cult of,

68.
Hearth-worship, 27-29, 65-66.
Hera, patroness of marriage, 37,

39.
Heralds, sanctity of, 100.
Homeric evidence, value of, 18-20.
Homicide, moral-religious feeling

concerning, 84-91.
Hospitality, religious duty of, 1 02-

103.

Individualism, in morals, 147-148.
Ixion, myth of, 110.

Justice, personification of, 108;
religious view of, 113-114.



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INDEX OF NAMES AND SUBJECTS



155



Keramos, ancestor of Potters'
Guild, 61.

Lakedaimon, religious personifi-
cation of, 60.
Lykourgos, 68.

Magic, 6-7, 51-53.

Male divinity, supremacy of, 15-16,

Marriage, religious forms, 31-36;
religious sentiment concerning,
33-37 ; moral duties of, 38-43 ;
ancient theory contrasted with
modern, 61-62.

Matrilinear society, 25-27.

Medicine, associated with re-
ligion, 123-124.

Mercy, divine attribute, 108-1 16.

Minoan religion, vide Crete.

Mother-goddesses, 9, 15-16, 72.

Muses, significance of cult of, 119-
120.

Mysteries, vide Eleusinian ; Samo-
thracian, 141.

Mythology, immoral influence of,
129-131.

Names, religious influence of, 105-

107.
Nature-worship, 4-5.
Nemesis, social-religious feeling,

102.

Oaths, international morality of,

99-100.
Orphans, duty to, 47.
Orphism, 5, 73, 75-76, 136, 139-

141.

Parents, duty to, 45-46, 49.

Patrilinear system of family, 25, 32.

Perjury, religious sentiment con-
cerning, 129.

Persecution, religious, 121, 122.

Phratries, religious organisation
of, 58-64.

Pity, personification of. 111.

Political character of Greek re-
ligion, 69-71.



Poseidon, Aw/AartrT;?, 6I.

Prayer, 1 42 ; personification of,
101-102.

Proto-Hellenic religion, II-I6,
21-24.

Puberty ceremonies, 22-23.

Punishment, vicarious, 76 ; re-
ligious theory of, 107-108.

Purification, 23.

Purity, 135-136, 146-147.

Pythagorean morality, 38, 40-41,
49-50, 136, 140 n. 1.

Sacrament, 136-137, 138-139;

of marriage, 33.
Sacrifice, vicarious, 77-78 ; higher

view of, 146.
Science, its relation to religion,

120-124.
Sin, consciousness of, 131-134;

dogma of original, 134.
Slavery, influence of religion

upon, 53-56, 148.
Smith, Professor Robertson, 132.
Synoikesia, Attic festival, 70.

Theism, 1-3.
Themis, 91.
Theriomorphism, 3, 9.
Totemism, not proved for Greece,

22.
Tritopatores, Attic ancestors, 36.
Truthfulness, 123, 129.
Tydeus, death of, 81.

Virginity, Greek view of, 42-43.

Zeus, god of marriage, 39-42
of underworld, 21 ; AtSotos
111; ^Afji(fiL6a\rj<;, 45 ; TeviOXios
4^4^, 50, 51; 'EXci;^€ptos, 83:
'EXA.ai/10? (TlaviWdvios), 94
95, 96; 'Ep/cero?, 30, 43, 55
60, 63, 65 ; 'E<^ta-Tto?, 30, 43
'I/ceV?/?, 'lK€o-to9, 1 1 - 117
MetXt^^tos, 86-88 ; 'OXv/w,7rios
94; *0/i,oyi/io9, 44, 50, 51
IlavSry/xo?, 70 ; narpojo?, 44
50, 51, 57, 61 ; Tt/xwpo?, 107
^t'Atos, 104; ^pa.rpLo<i, 62.



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