Ancient Art and Ritual

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INDEX
ABSTRACTION, 224
Adonis, rites of, 19, 20, 54-56
---, gardens of, 149
---, as tree spirit, 149
Aesthete, not artist, 214-215
Agon, 15
Anagnorisis, or recognition, 15
Anthesteria, spring festival of, 147-149
Apollo Belvedere, 171
Aristotle on art, 198
Art and beauty, 213
--- and imitation, 230
--- and morality, 216
--- and nature, 198
--- and religion, 225
---, emotional factor in, 26
---, social elements in, 241-248
Ascension festival, 69
Bear, Aino festival, 92-99
Beast dances, 45, 46
Beauty and art, 211
Bergson on art, 134
Birth, rites of new, 101-113
Bouphonia, 91-92
Bull-driving in spring, 85
---, festival at Magnesia, 87
Cat's cradle, as magical charm, 66
Censor, function of, 216
Charila, spring festival, 80
Chorus in Greek drama, 121-123
Dancing, a work, 31-32
---, magical, 31-35
---, commemorative, 44
Daphnephoros, 186
Death and winter, 67-72
Dikè as way of life, 116
Dionysia, 12, 150
Dionysos as Holy Child, 103
--- as tree god, 102
--- as young man, 113-115
Dithyramb, 76-89
Drama and Dromenon, 35-38
Easter, in Modern Greece, 73
Eiresione, 114
Epheboi, Athenian, 12
Euchè, meaning of, 25
Expressionists, 232
Futurists, 232
Ghosts as fertilizers, 149
Homer, influence on drama, 145- 166
Horae or seasons, 116
Idol and ideal, 227
Imitation, 21-23
---, ceremonies in Australia, 64
Impressionism, 231 Individualism, 241
lnitiation ceremonies, 64, 106-113
Jack-in-the-Green, 60, 187, 190
Kangaroos, dance of, 46
Landscape, art of, 199-201
Maeterlinck, 201
May-day at Cambridge, 57
May, queen of the, 57-61
---, king of the, 193
Mime, meaning of, 47
Mimesis, 44-47
Music, function of, 233
New birth, 106-113
Olympian gods, 202
Orchestra, meaning of, 123-127
Osiris, rites of, 15-23, 51
Ox-hunger, 81
Panathenaia, 178
Panspermia, 148
Parthenon frieze, 176
Peisistratos, 146
Peplos of Athena, 180
Perikles on religion, 178
Personification and conception, 70-73
Plato on art, 21-23

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