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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 1
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    • in the tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles. Rome also belonged to
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • time in Rome. That a personality could be something for itself was
    • Rome. By that time man had brought the spiritual into the physical
    • invented in ancient Rome. The will of the single personality had
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 10
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    • way into Greece as the saga of Prometheus. We must not lay rough hands
    • should not say that Prometheus means this or that. We should try to
    • the Prometheus saga, beautifying and ornamenting it. We should add
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • times; how something similar occurred in ancient Rome. We can see how,
    • in ancient Rome, primitive Christianity spread among a despised class
    • Coliseum constructed by imperial Rome. But we can also look at the
    • through that despised underground Rome. The Christians knew what
    • to the catacombs, was despised. But what remains of imperial Rome? It

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