Greek Life and Thought from the Death of Alexander to the Roman Conquest

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GREEK LIFE AND THOUGHT

FROM THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER TO THE ROMAN CONQUEST

BY J. P. MAHAFFY

FELLOW ETC. OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN; HON. FELLOW OF QUEEN'S COLLEGE, OXFORD; KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF THE REDEEMER; CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY OF VIENNA; AUTHOR OF PROLEGOMENA TO ANCIENT HISTORY'; 'KANT'S PHILOSOPHY FOR ENGLISH READERS'; 'SOCIAL LIFE IN GREECE FROM HOMER TO MENANDER'; 'THE GREEK WORLD UNDER ROMAN SWAY': 'RAMBLES AND STUDIES IN GREECE'; 'A HISTORY OF CLASSICAL GREEK LITERATURES'; 'THE EMPIRE OF THE PTOLEMIES'; EDITOR OF THE PETRIE PAPYRI, ETC.

SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED AND CONSIDERABLY ENLARGED

London MACMILLAN AND CO., LTD. NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN CO. 1896

All rights reserved

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