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  1. Greek Hero Cults and Ideas of Immortality.Lewis Richard Farnell - 1921 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 41:291.
  2. The Cults of the Greek States: Volume 5.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2011 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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    The Works of Pindar.H. J. R. & Lewis Richard Farnell - 1932 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 52:321.
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    Die Struktur des Eingangs in der Attischen TragodieThe Delphic Maxims in LiteratureDer Isishymnus von Andros Und Verwandte TexteAristophanes: CanticaDemetrius Cydones: CorrespondancePlaton: Oeuvres Completes. Tome XIII, 2e Partie: Dialogues Suspects. 3e Partie: Dialogues apocryphesAnonymi de Arte Metallica Seu de Metallorum Conversione in Aurum Et argentumAnonymi Logica Et QuadriviumDe Aelii Aristidis Codice VarsoviensiThe Use of the Optative Mood in the Works of Gregory of Nyssa. [REVIEW]C. R. H., Walter Nestle, Eliza Gregory Wilkins, Werner Peek, O. Schroeder, Aristophanes, G. Cammelli, Demetrius Cydones, J. Souilhe, C. O. Zuretti, J. L. Heiberg, A. Turyn, G. W. P. Hoey, Gregory of Nyssa, Mary A. Burns, John Chrysostom, Margaret G. Murphy, A. E. Taylor, Plato, M. T. Herrick, Aristotle, M. Cary, E. H. Warmington, A. Rivaud, Richard Aldington, Lewis Richard Farnell, F. Melian Stawell & Euripides - 1931 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 51:133.
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    Proceedings of the Oxford Philological Society.– Term, 1902.Lewis R. Farnell - 1902 - The Classical Review 16 (04):234-235.
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    On the Interpretation of Aesch. Agam. 6971.Lewis R. Farnell - 1897 - The Classical Review 11 (06):293-298.
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    The Attributes of God.Lewis Richard Farnell - 1928 - Philosophical Review 37 (1):82-84.
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    Greece and Babylon: A Comparative Sketch of Mesopotamian, Anatolian, and Hellenic Religions. By Lewis R. Farnell. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1911. Pp. 311. [REVIEW]H. H. & Lewis R. Farnell - 1912 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 32:194-195.
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    The Paradox of the Prometheus Vinctus.Lewis R. Farnell - 1933 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 53 (1):40-50.
  10. [Review of Themis]. [REVIEW]Lewis R. Farnell - 1912 - Hibbert Journal: A Quarterly Review of Religion, Theology and Philosophy 11.
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    Proceedings of the Oxford Philological Society.—Easter and Trinity Terms, 1903.Lewis R. Farnell - 1903 - The Classical Review 17 (08):401-403.
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    Proceedings of the Oxford Philological Society.—Easter and Trinity Terms 1901.Lewis R. Farnell - 1901 - The Classical Review 15 (08):429-430.
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    Archaeology.Lewis R. Farnell - 1902 - The Classical Review 16 (02):137-139.
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    Pindar: A Reply.Lewis R. Farnell - 1933 - The Classical Review 47 (01):9-11.
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    Proceedings of the Oxford Philological Society.—Michaelmas Term, 1901.Lewis R. Farnell - 1902 - The Classical Review 16 (01):66-67.
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    An Unrecorded Attic Colony in Euboea?Lewis R. Farnell - 1906 - The Classical Review 20 (01):27-31.
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    Pindar, Athens and Thebes: Pyth. IX. 151–170.Lewis R. Farnell - 1915 - Classical Quarterly 9 (04):193-.
    The ninth Pythian is one of Pindar's masterpieces. It contains the romantic story of the love of Apollo for the heroic nymph Cyrene, which is the foundation-legend of the great city, and he attaches to the end of the ode another graceful love-tale which was a family tradition of the athlete's ancestors. The style of the ode is suitable to the subject, and the rhythm is partly Dorian, partly Lydian. Therefore the grand style which is maintained throughout, the style in (...)
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    Ino-Leukothea.Lewis R. Farnell - 1916 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 36:36-44.
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    Plato Comicvs: Frag. Phaon II.: A Parody of Attic Ritual.Lewis R. Farnell - 1920 - Classical Quarterly 14 (3-4):139-.
    There is no fragment of the older Attic Comedy that concerns Greek religion so intimately as this, and none which has been so misinterpreted. It may also claim to have a certain value for our literary judgment of Plato. The story of Phaon is preserved for us by three authorities, Aelian, Palaiphatos, and Servius; and with few variations and additions all three present it as follows: Phaon was an elderly Lesbian ferryman who transported Aphrodite, disguised as an old woman, across (...)
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    Evidence of Greek Religion on the Text and Interpretation of Attic Tragedy.Lewis R. Farnell - 1910 - Classical Quarterly 4 (03):178-.
    The object of this paper is partly to plead a cause, partly to proclaim a grievance. The last domain of ancient Greek life to attract the serious attention and study of modern scholars has been that of Greek Religion; and the exposition of it has revealed its many vital points of contact with the moral and spiritual energy and the artistic and poetic monuments of the ancient Hellenic race. An enthusiastic votary of this study might venture to hope that some (...)
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    Note by Dr. L. R. Farnell.Lewis R. Farnell - 1931 - Classical Quarterly 25 (3-4):162-.
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  22. Hedonism & Art.Lewis Richard Farnell & British Academy - 1928 - H. Milford.
     
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  23. 13. Review of Themis: A Study of the Social Origins of Greek Religion, by JE Harrison (Cambridge 1912). [REVIEW]Lewis R. Farnell - 1912 - Hibbert Journal 11:453-58.
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  24. The Attributes of God.Lewis Richard Farnell - 1925 - Clarendon Press.
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  25. The Attributes of God the Gifford Lectures Delivered in the University of St. Andrews, in the Year 1924-25.Lewis Richard Farnell - 1925 - Clarendon Press.
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  26. The Cults of the Greek States.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2010 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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  27. The Cults of the Greek States 5 Volume Paperback Set.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2010 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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  28. The Cults of the Greek States: Volume 1.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2010 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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  29. The Cults of the Greek States: Volume 2.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2011 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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  30. The Cults of the Greek States: Volume 3.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2011 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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  31. The Cults of the Greek States: Volume 4.Lewis Richard Farnell - 2010 - Cambridge University Press.
    Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, (...)
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