Edited By Kostas Myrsiades
Assembly and Hospitality in the Cyclôpeia (Rick M. Newton)
They have neither assemblies for deliberation nor any establishedlaws. Instead, they dwell in hollow caves on the peaks of loftymountains, where each one sets laws for his wife and children, and they have no regard for one another.”Thus,Odysseus’ ...
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