Homeri Iliados liber xviii. The arms of Achilles, ed. by S.R. James

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Macmillan and Company, 1882 - Trojan War - 57 pages
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Page x - Melos, for instance, is but a supremely wellexecuted object of vertu, in the most limited sense of the term. Those solemn images of the temple of Theseus are a perfect embodiment of the human ideal, of the reasonable soul and of a spiritual world ; they are also the best made things of their kind, as an urn or a cup is well made.

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