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VOLUME  4 


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Zeus,  gloomy  and  in  tragic  distress,  is  implored  by  Hermes  and  Athena  to  divulge 
the  cause  of  his  melancholy  condition;  while  Hera,  true  to  her  Homeric  character, 
confidently  attributes  it  to  another  earthly  amour.  The  king  of  gods  and  men,  thus 
adjured,  announced  the  true  reason  of  his  anxiety-daring  assaults  upon  the 
character  of  himself  and  the  rest  of  the  Olympian  divinities,  and,  in  fact,  denial  of 
their  very  existence  by  the  skeptics.  What  would  be  the  best  course  to  pursue? 
(This  edition  translated  by  Howard  Williams.) 

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TOTAL  RUNNING  TIMS  1:18:24 


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Cover  image:  Relief  of  Zeus.  2nd  century  Roman  copy  after  a  Greek  original  from  the  5th  century  BCE  . 
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