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. Men of old Greece, by Jennie Hall. GREEK GIRLS DANCING Who saves the hosts as they go to the fight or return;O hail, Athene! and give to us joy and good luck. Athene! shouted the crowd.And we are her chosen warriors, saidone man to another. and the Parthenon 173 Conic to the altar of Here, said a manto his friend. My daughter dances therewith the other priestesses.9 They struggledthrough the movingcrowds in the crookedstreets. They gropedtheir way through the dark,empty places. At last theycame to another crowd, withthe glare of torches aroundit. Flames leaped up, smokewaved above a thousand

. Men of old Greece, by Jennie Hall. GREEK GIRLS DANCING Who saves the hosts as they go to the fight or return;O hail, Athene! and give to us joy and good luck. Athene! shouted the crowd.And we are her chosen warriors, saidone man to another. and the Parthenon 173 Conic to the altar of Here, said a manto his friend. My daughter dances therewith the other priestesses.9 They struggledthrough the movingcrowds in the crookedstreets. They gropedtheir way through the dark,empty places. At last theycame to another crowd, withthe glare of torches aroundit. Flames leaped up, smokewaved above a thousand Stock Photo
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. Men of old Greece, by Jennie Hall. GREEK GIRLS DANCING Who saves the hosts as they go to the fight or return;O hail, Athene! and give to us joy and good luck. Athene! shouted the crowd.And we are her chosen warriors, saidone man to another. and the Parthenon 173 Conic to the altar of Here, said a manto his friend. My daughter dances therewith the other priestesses.9 They struggledthrough the movingcrowds in the crookedstreets. They gropedtheir way through the dark,empty places. At last theycame to another crowd, withthe glare of torches aroundit. Flames leaped up, smokewaved above a thousandheads with their white fil-lets. Behind were the whitetemple columns, and ateach side stretched the darkstreet. Here young girlswere singing and helping the song withwhirling bodies and clashing cymbals. Of fairest Athene I sing.The gray-eyed, the wise.. ATHENE »» 174 Men of Old Greece She was not born as others are born.She did not grow as others have grown;But she sprang full grown, full armed,From the head of Zeus, And the gods stood about and watched withawe. Quickly she leaped from the headOf the counselor Zeus,Shaking her spear and flashing her mailTill high Olympus trembled in dread.And the wide earth shook belowAt the maidens strength,And the dark sea boiled and broke in foam. Apollo, the glorious god,Reined in his steeds Till the maiden laid off her armor of gold,While her father watched proudly the counselor Zeus. So hail to thee, goddess Athene,Daughter of Zeus!So hail to thee, savior, the gray-eyed, the wise! Phidias and tin1 Parthenon In the market-place, too, thousands oftorches flared and smoked. A great spacein the center was roped oil and empty. Butwatchers pressedagainst the rope andcrowded together allthe way back to stepsand porches. Somehad even climbed tothe low roofs and werelooking down on theunsteady lights

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