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|Greece, Ancient and Modern|
|Cornelius Conway Felton (18071862)|
|Ancient Greece, by C. C. Felton. In these two octavo volumes are contained four courses of lectures, of which the first is a review of the history of the Greek language and Grecian poetry; the second course is devoted to life in Greece, and gives an account of the origin and history of the Hellenes, an outline of Grecian culture, religion, and domestic life, houses, furniture, customs, marriage, attire, trade, manufacture, agriculture, government, etc.; the third is devoted to a history of political constitutions and institutions, and to Grecian oratory; the fourth deals with Greece from the Roman conquest, through the Byzantine period and Turkish domination, to our own times.|| 1|