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Petersen, Das Gymnasium der Griechen nach seiner baulichen
Einrichtung beschrieben, Hamburg, 1858 ; Alexander Kapp,
Platan's Erziehungslehre, Minden, 1833, and Aristotle's Staats-
pcedagogik, Hamm, 1837 ; J. H. Krause, Geschichte der Er-
ziehung des Unterrichts und der Bildung bei den Griechen,
Etruskern und Romern, Halle, 1851.

Chapters on Greek Education may be found in W. A. Becker's
Charicles and Gallus; in Guhl and Koner's Life of the Greeks
and Romans &\l three translated into English. In Hellenica
is an essay, by R. S. Nettleship, on the Theory of Education in
the Republic of Plato, Rivington, 1880, and in Edwin Hatch's
Influence of Greek Ideas upon the Christian Church (Hibbert
Lectures) is a chapter on Greek Education (Lecture II).



INDEX



Academics, 112, 210.

Academy, 86, 112.

Achilles, 6.

^Eolian Education, 38 sqq.

^Eclians, 35.

^Eschylus, 104 sqq.

..Esop's Fables, 146, 223.

'Atras, 47.

Alexander the Great, 40, 156 sq., 178.

Alexandria, 211.

Ammonius Saccas, 225, 227.

Amphidromia, 65.

Amyntas, 156.

Anaxagoras, 24, 99 sq.

Antisthenes, 112.

Apoxyomenos, the, 82 n.

Arcbytas, 55, 193.

Aristocracy in Athens, 98.

Aristophanes, 105.

Aristotle, Life, 29, 153 sqq.

" Deatfr, 159.

" Philosophy, 161.

" Theology, 165.

" Theory of the State, 166
sqq.

' ' Pedagogical State, 172 sqq.

" Scheme of Secondary Ed-
ucation, 199. -^*
Arithmetic, how Taught, 77.
Artemis Orthia, 50.
Arts, Origin of, in Greece, 20.
Athenian Education, 60.
Athenian Ideal of the State, 63.
Athletes, 78, 184.
Athletics, 190.



B

Barbarians vs. Greeks, 12.

Bodily Training, 77.

Branches of Greek Education, 6.



Caesar, 217.

Cato Major, 216.

Cbaeronea, Battle of, 157.

Character of the Greeks (Zeller), 18.

Children, Defective, 185.

Children, Treatment of, 185.

Christianity, 233 sqq.

Cicero, 217.

Citharist, his Functions, 77.

Citizen, Meaning of, 175.

Clistheues, 98.

College Education, 85.

Commerce, Effect of, 21, 99 sq.

Competition in Education, 71.

Conditions of Education, 9.

Contemplation, 201.

Copernicus, 39.

Cornificius ( Auctor ad fferen-

nium), 217.
Cretan Education, 42.
Culture-State, 90, 175.
Cynosarges (Gymnasium), 86, 112.
Cyrus, his Education, 115 sqq.



Dancing, 82 sqq.
Democracy in Athens, 92, 99.
Diagoge (6iayu>v>j), 33, 178.

253



254



INDEX



Dionysiac Chorus, 85.
Dipcenis and Scyllis, 21.
Discus-throwing, 80.
Dorian Education, 41 sqq.
Doric Harmonies, 197.
Draco, 98.
Drawing, 189.



Education, " Old," 27, 33, 61 sqq.

" " New," 27, 93 sqq.

" Higher, 108.
El(Tirvr)\a.<; (Inspirer), 47.
Epaminondas, 40, 55.
Epheboi (Cadets) , 49, 89, 90, 116, 118.
Epheboi, Oath of, 61, 89.
Epicureans, 210.
Epochs in Education, 26.
Essenism, 59, 212.
Ethnic and Cosmopolitan Life, 205.
Examinations, 64, 90.



Family Education in Athens, 64.
Freedom, Greek Tendency to, 19.
Freeman's Square, 116, 177.
Friendship, Aristotle on, 170.



Games, 66.

Golden Words, 57 sqq., 146.

Grading in Schools, 85.

Grammar, 214, 221.

Greeks a Mixed Race, 20.

Greeks vs. Barbarians, 12.

Guardians of Public Instruction,

185 sqq.

Gymnasia at Athens, 86, 105.
Gymnastics, 7, 77, 189.



Harmony, 55, 56, 76.

" Doric, Lydian, etc. 192.
" in Music, Unknown to
Greeks, 73.



Hellenic Period of Education, 26,

32 sqq.
Hellenistic Period of Education, 27,

203 sqq.
Helots, 44 sq.
Hermsea, 79, 85.
Hermias, 155.
Hesiod, 22.
Hetaera?, 132.
Holidays, 85.
Homeric Education, 6, 17.

" Society and Kings, 16.

Poems collected, 35.
Homeridae, 21.



Ideal of Greek Education, 3, 206.
Individualism and Philosophy, 93

sqq., 207.

Induction, Method of, 162.
Ionian Education, 60 sqq.
Isaiah, 53, 133, 234.
Ischomachus, 124 sqq.
Isocrates, 209.



Javelin-casting, 81.
Jumping, 80.
Justinian, 211.



Kalokagathia, 8, 12, 15, 86.
Katharsis (purgation), 7, 76, 229.
Kindergarten, 66, 145.
Kingdom of Heaven, 234.
" Know Thyself," 108.



Larceny, Instruction in, 48.

Leaping, 80.

Learning, how viewed in Greece, 72.

Leisure, Education for, 33, 179.

Letters, 22, 188.

Letters, Introduction and Uses of, 21.

Liberal Arts, 180 sqq., 198.

Library of Alexandria, 211.






INDEX



256



Life the Original School, 6.
Literary Education, 72.
Love, as a Power in Life, 234.
Lyceum, 105, 171.
Lycurgus, 42, 43.
Lysis, 39.



Macedonian Period in Education,

13.

Marriage, 10, 127.
Melleirenes, 49.
Milo, the Wrestler, 55.
Money-making Classes, 13.
Music, 22, 34, 72 sqq., 188, 191.
Music, Greek Feeling for, 76, 146.
Museum at Alexandria, 211.



N

Nymphseum at Stagira, 156.
Neoplatonism, 212, 227.



(Economy, 13.
Olympic Games, 78.



i, 46, 185, 187.
Palaestra, 69 sq., 78 sq.
Pantheism, 136.
Parmenides, 24.
Parthenon, 24, 106.
Pedagogical State, 172 sqq.
Pedagogue, 68.
Peleus, 7.
Pentathlon, 88.
Pericles, 105 sqq.
Perioikoi, 44.
Periods of Greek Education,

sqq.

Persian Education, 115 sqq.
Personality, 202.
Pherecydes, 53.
Phiditia, 44.
Philolaus, 39.
Philosophy, Rise of, 22.



Philosophy and Individualism,

93 sqq.

Physical Culture, 189.
Physiciano in Homer, 17.
Pindar, 39.

Pisistratus, 35, 98, 178.
Plato, 29, 112, 133 8qq. t 134, 136, 1^7,

142.

Play, 66, 181 sqq.
Plotinus, 29, 225 sqq., 228 sqq.
Poetesses, 21.
Poetry, Value of, for Education,

73 sqq.

" Professional," Meaning of, 195.
Prometheia, 24.
Proxenus of Atarneus, 155.
Purgation, 7, 76.
Pythagoras, 29, 52 sqq., 149.
Pythias, 156.

Q

Quad rivi urn, 144, 198.
Quintilian, 29, 214 sqq.



Reading, 75.
Rhapsodes, 23.
Rhetorical Schools, 209, 217.
Roman Education, 216 sqq.
Roman Period, 27.
Ruling and Ruled, 176.
Running, 79.

S

School Education in Athens, 67.

" Buildings " " 69.

" Rooms " " 77.
Scipio Africanus, 216.
Singing, 75.
Slaves, 12.

Social Life in Greece, 18.
Socrates, 24, 107 sqq.
Socratic Method, 109.
Solon, and his Laws, 68, 98.
Soothsayers in Homer, 17.
Sophists, 23, 100 sq.
Spartan Education, 41, 43 sqq.



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INDEX



Spartan Girls, 49.

"" Government, 44.
Ideal, 42.

Mercilessness, 45, 50.
" Women, 44.
Stagira, 155 sq,
State, Meaning of Term, 174.
State as a School, 91.
Stilo, Lucius ^Elius Praeconinus,

217.

Stoics, 210.
Supercivic Man, 136, 234.



Tbeban Education, 28.
Themistes, 17.
Theories of Education, 28.
Therapeuts, 212.
Thomas Aquinas, 165.
Thucydides' Daughter, 37.
Tragedy, 84.
Trivium, 144, 198.



University Education, 90.

" of Alexandria, 212.
" of Athens, 211.

W

Wilhelm Meister, 173.

Wingless Victory, 63.

Wisdom, the Ideal of Athens, 63.

Women, Education of, 49, 124.

Worth, 16, 48.

Worth, Aristotle's Paean to, 4.

Wrestling, 81 sqq.

Writing, 75.

X

Xenophon, 29, 113, 114 sqq.

" Memoirs of Socrates,

123.

" (Economics, 124.
" on Female Education,

124 sqq.







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