Studies in Ancient Greek Society, V2: The First Philosophers

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On the body of the vase, a four-horse chariot bursts into the melee, charging through a massive gate. During all the mediaeval centuries, until the dawn of the intellectual revival, the ruins of Rome were merely a quarry. The Minotaur came from the island of Crete. The Artistic Revival.--As we have already seen, the new feeling for classical antiquity awakened among the Italians embraced not simply the literary and philosophical side of the Graeco-Roman culture, but the artistic side as well.

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