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Memo 1 The Justice of Zeus Sather Classical Lectures Vol. 41 [Buy it!]

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Lloyd Jones Hugh  14.80 Biblio CARDINAL BOOKS ~~ ABAC/ILAB  Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, 1983. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 2nd Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Softcover. Old owner's name to endpaper and title page. Light shelf and handling wear. Otherwise clean, tight, and unmarked. . 1983. University of California Press 0520046889 CA  
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Lloyd-Jones, Hugh  14.96 Abebooks CARDINAL BOOKS ~~ ABAC/ILAB  [publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley/Los Angeles/London] Softcover. Old owner's name to endpaper and title page. Light shelf and handling wear. Otherwise clean, tight, and unmarked. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall [London -- Birr, ON, Canada]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  15.00 ZVAB Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1971. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,230p. Hard cover. Library marks to tail spine, paste-down endpaper, edges and first pages. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS in in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  16.31 Booksandcollectibles Scrinium Classical Antiquity  Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. "In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the "fable convenue"of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS in in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). Publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,230p. Hard cover. Library marks to tail spine, paste-down endpaper, edges and first pages. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,230p. Hard cover. Library marks to tail spine, paste-down endpaper, edges and first pages. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. NL  
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LLOYD JONES H.   17.31 Biblio Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,230p. Hard cover. Library marks to tail spine, paste-down endpaper, edges and first pages. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS in in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). NL  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  17.44 Abebooks Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1971. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,230p. Hard cover. Library marks to tail spine, paste-down endpaper, edges and first pages. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS in in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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Lloyd Jones Hugh  17.64 Biblio Ancient World Books  University of California Press. Very Good. 1973. Softcover. Minor shelfwear. Spine discolored. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 230 pages; Looks at the concept of dike, arguing that "the justice of Zeus" is not quite the same as "the early Greek view of justice". This concept is examined starting with the early Homeric epics and going as far as the end of the fifth century. Authors examined include: Homer, Hesiod, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Sophists, Thucydides, Euripides as well as others. . 1973. University of California Press CA  
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Lloyd Jones Hugh  17.64 Biblio Ancient World Books  University of California Press. Very Good. 1983. Second Edition. Softcover. 0520046889 . Minor shelfwear. Light edgewear. 1 faint corner crease. Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 266 pages; Looks at the concept of dike, arguing that "the justice of Zeus" is not quite the same as "the early Greek view of justice". This concept is examined starting with the early Homeric epics and going as far as the end of the fifth century. Authors examined include: Homer, Hesiod, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Sophists, Thucydides, Euripides as well as others. . 1983. University of California Press 0520046889 CA  
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Hugh Lloyd-Jones  17.71 Abebooks Ergodebooks  [publisher: University of California Press] [RICHMOND, TX, U.S.A.]  
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Lloyd-Jones, Hugh  18.00 Booksandcollectibles Ancient World Books  Very Good Softcover Minor shelfwear. Light edgewear. 1 faint corner crease. Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 266 pages; Looks at the concept of dike, arguing that "the justice of Zeus" is not quite the same as "the early Greek view of justice". This concept is examined starting with the early Homeric epics and going as far as the end of the fifth century. Authors examined include: Homer, Hesiod, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Sophists, Thucydides, Euripides as well as others. 0520046889 Publisher: University of California Press 1983 Second Edition University of California Press 1983 Second Edition CA  
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Lloyd-Jones, Hugh  18.00 Abebooks Ancient World Books  [publisher: University of California Press] Minor shelfwear. Light edgewear. 1 faint corner crease. Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 266 pages; Looks at the concept of dike, arguing that "the justice of Zeus" is not quite the same as "the early Greek view of justice". This concept is examined starting with the early Homeric epics and going as far as the end of the fifth century. Authors examined include: Homer, Hesiod, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Sophists, Thucydides, Euripides as well as others. [Toronto, ON, Canada]  
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Lloyd-Jones, Hugh  18.25 ZVAB The Book Gallery  [publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles / London] 20.5X13.5 cm. XIV+230 pages. Soft cover. Cover slightly rubbed. Cover edges slightly bumped and worn. Spine slightly wrinkled. Spine edges slightly bent. Binding visible in two places. Else in good condition. The book is in : English [Jerusalem, Israel]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  29.50 ZVAB Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1983. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,266p. Paperback. Front cover slightly dog's eared. Pencil markings and annotations till p.59. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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Lloyd-Jones, Hugh  32.00 Abebooks Munster & Company  [publisher: University of California Press] First Edition University of California Press, 1971. Top edge very baerly soiled; binding tight; cover, edges, and interior intact and exceptionally clean except where noted; near pristine condition. First Edition. hardcover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. [Corvallis, OR, U.S.A.]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  32.08 Booksandcollectibles Scrinium Classical Antiquity  Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. "In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the "fable convenue"of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. Publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1983. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,266p. Paperback. Front cover slightly dog"s eared. Pencil markings and annotations till p.59. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1983. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,266p. Paperback. Front cover slightly dog"s eared. Pencil markings and annotations till ...  
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LLOYD JONES H.   34.04 Biblio Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1983. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,266p. Paperback. Front cover slightly dog's eared. Pencil markings and annotations till p.59. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. NL  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  34.30 Abebooks Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1983. 2nd rev.ed. XIV,266p. Paperback. Front cover slightly dog's eared. Pencil markings and annotations till p.59. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue'of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.? (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  45.00 ZVAB Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1971. XV,230p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges a bit foxed. With signature from Prof. W.G. Arnott on free endpaper. Review W. Kraus (Gnomon,1977, pp.241-249) loosely inserted. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, vol. 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue' of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.' (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  48.94 Booksandcollectibles Scrinium Classical Antiquity  Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. "In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the "fable convenue" of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole." (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. XV,230p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges a bit foxed. With signature from Prof. W.G. Arnott on free endpaper. Review W. Kraus (Gnomon,1977, pp.241-249) loosely inserted. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, vol. 41. University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. XV,230p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges a bit foxed. With ...  
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LLOYD JONES H.   51.92 Biblio Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1971. XV,230p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges a bit foxed. With signature from Prof. W.G. Arnott on free endpaper. Review W. Kraus (Gnomon,1977, pp.241-249) loosely inserted. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, vol. 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue' of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.' (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. NL  
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LLOYD-JONES, H.,  52.32 Abebooks Scrinium Classical Antiquity  University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1971. XV,230p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges a bit foxed. With signature from Prof. W.G. Arnott on free endpaper. Review W. Kraus (Gnomon,1977, pp.241-249) loosely inserted. Series: Sather Classical Lectures, vol. 41. Contents: I. The Iliad. II. The Odyssey: Hesiod: Early Lyric. III. Pollution and Purification: Herodotus. IV: Presocratic Thinkers: Aeschylus. V. Sophocles. VI: The Sophists: Thucydides: Euripides. VII: Conclusions. 'In these forceful and stimulating discourses Professor Lloyd-Jones sets out to correct the commonly accepted opinion that there was a notable advance from Homer onward in Greek conceptions of divine justice and world government; that we pass from the casual deities of the Iliad to more responsible powers in Hesiod and Solon: from the archaic age dominated by terror of pollution we pass through the profundities of Aeschylus to the enlightenment of Euripides and the Sophists. (?) Lloyd-Jones has done a service in arguing so forcefully that the 'fable convenue' of a previous generation is not the only self-consistent way of combining the elements into a more or less satisfying whole.' (D.W. LUCAS on the first edition in The Classical Review (New Series), 1974, p.81-82). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian [Aalten, Netherlands]  
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