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II, 82 ff. INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION many parallels of which In such there are no existing records. cases, sedentary life, in districts ill-fitted maintenance for the was 31 likely to of great, roaming cause a weakening strong are accustomed to connect we patriarchate which cattle-herds, of that That such conditions were leading to this result in early Greece, seems with a nomadic existence. to be indicated outset of we find civilisation absent by the evidence of Homer. At the agriculture a more distinctive mark than cattle-raising among the most Homer knew; but for all agriculture ; is which that, cattle-raising was Homer's time.

The manes of horses were washed and anointed with oil " Eepay Andromache's care " Hector exhorts his steeds, teristic ; ! " let us take the enemy ! " ^ The Greeks were really them for beauty and noble horses was wellbreed was stolen,* this connoisseurs of horses, loving swiftness ; the pedigree of and sometimes a fine proving that the Greeks knew something of domestication and breeding. The best of mortal horses came from Thessaly. The immortal ones shared the pains and sorrows of men, and Zeus pitied them as he saw them mourning for the dead Patroclus.

II, 82 ff. INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION many parallels of which In such there are no existing records. cases, sedentary life, in districts ill-fitted maintenance for the was 31 likely to of great, roaming cause a weakening strong are accustomed to connect we patriarchate which cattle-herds, of that That such conditions were leading to this result in early Greece, seems with a nomadic existence. to be indicated outset of we find civilisation absent by the evidence of Homer. At the agriculture a more distinctive mark than cattle-raising among the most Homer knew; but for all agriculture ; is which that, cattle-raising was Homer's time.

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