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Contents List of Illustrations 0 Preface 0 Abbreviations 0 Introduction 0 1. Sovereignty and Divinity in Classical Greek Thought 00 The Study of Religion in Greek History 00 Sovereignty and Tyranny 00 Sovereignty and Greek Religion 00 Theogony, or the Conditions of Sovereignty 00 Humanity and Divine Sovereignty 00 The Passing of an Age of Innocence 00 The Quest for Transcendent Divinity 00 2. The Mother of the Gods and the Sovereignty of Midas 00 The Mother of the Gods and "the Phrygian Man" at Athens 00 The Land of Midas 00 The Home of Kybele, the Mother of the Gods 00 The Mother of Midas 00 Sovereignty and the Gods of Phrygia 00 The Legacy of Midas 00 3. The Mother of the Gods and the Ideals of Lydian Tyranny 000 The Lover of Gordius 000 Sovereigns and Their Concubines 000 Aphrodite and Lydian Tyranny 000 Aphrodite, Kybebe, and Kubaba 000 Kubaba, Kybebe, and Kybele 000 Mistress of Lions and the Consort of the King 000 The Ideals of Lydian Tyranny: A Summary So Far 000 4. The Mother of the Gods and the Practices of Lydian Tyranny 000 Tyranny and Fertility 000 The Grief of the Goddess 000 Grieving for Atys 000 The Tribute of Tyranny 000 Deifying the Mother of Kingship 000 Eunuchs, Tyranny, and the Mother of the Gods 000 Artemis and the Mother 000 The Legacy of Lydia 000 5. Asia, the Oikoumen9, and the Map of the World 000 The Idea of Asia 000 Anaximander's Map 000 Kingship and the Oikoumen9 000 The Itinerary of the Oikoumen9 000 Balance of Justice in the World 000 The Landscape of Creation at Sardis 000 The Purification of Delos 000 The Rulership of the Sea 000 Hecataeus' Map 000 6. The Mother of the Gods and Persian Sovereignty 251 Earth and Water 000 The Persians and the Gods of Lydia 000 Scythia and the Oikoumen9 000 Athens, Tyranny, and Persia 000 The Ionian Revolt 000 The Heralds of Darius 000 The Metragyrtes at Athens 000 The Legacy of the Metragyrtes: The Argument So Far 000 7. Persian Sovereignty and the Gods of the Athenians 000 The Mother of the Gods Rejected 000 Placating Artemis and Honoring Demeter 000 Miltiades, Themistocles, and the Mother of the Gods 000 Founding the League at Delos 000 The Peace of Callias 000 Honoring Athena on the Acropolis 000 8. Herodotus and the Gods 335 Religion in Greek Historical Thought 000 Herodotus and the Unnamed Divinity 000 Religion and Universal History 000 Herodotus' Way of Knowing the Past 000 The Knowledge Herodotus Shared With His Audience 000 Herodotus, the Gods, and History 000 9. The Mother of the Gods at Athens 000 Alcibiades' Tyrannical Ambitions 000 The Symbiotic Sovereignty of Greeks and Persians 000 The Mother of the Gods Accepted 000 The Mother of the Gods and the Sovereignty of the Laws 000 The Names of the Mother 000 The Mother of the Gods in Greek Historiography 000 The Mother of the Gods, Spartan Hegemony, and War 000 The Mother of the Gods, Athenian Hegemony, and Peace 000 10. Conclusions 000 [NOTES, to be printed as footnotes] 413 Abbreviations 642 Bibliography 000 General Index (To Be Completed Later) 000 Index Locorum (To Be Completed Later) 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Cybele (Goddess) -- Cult -- Greece -- Athens -- History.
Religion and politics -- Greece -- Athens -- History.
Sovereignty -- Religious aspects -- History of doctrines.
Cybele (Goddess) -- Cult -- Turkey -- Lydia (Kingdom).
Religion and politics -- Turkey -- Lydia (Kingdom) -- History.
Despotism -- Religious aspects -- History of doctrines.