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The Religious Thought of the Greeks

From Homer to the Triumph of Christianity, Second Edition

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Publication Date: 01/01/1925

385 pages

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Professor Moore’s book is to be highly recommended to those who desire to survey the field of Greek religion in its fullest length and breadth and at the same time to comprehend the most significant of its individual phases. The style of presentation is very attractive and the formulation sharp and clear. The bibliographies appended to the text and arranged according to the chapters are unusually well chosen and, unlike most catalogues of the sort, contain no superfluous titles.The Classical Weekly

He has succeeded in giving a remarkably clear and sensible sketch of the whole course of ancient religious thought so far as it is most interesting… It would be difficult to find another short treatise on the subject so fair in its judgments and so sensible in its outlook. It may be confidently recommended to intelligent readers.Journal of Hellenic Studies

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