The Poems and Fragments
A collection of Hesiod’s poems and fragments, including Theogony which are stories of the gods, and the Works and Days which deals with peasant life.
The Poems and Fragments done into English Prose with Introduction and Appendices by A.W. Mair M.A. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1908).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- I.: THE HESIODIC EPOS
- II.: THE LIFE OF HESIOD
- III: POEMS ASCRIBED TO HESIOD
- ANALYSIS OF THE WORKS AND DAYS
- ANALYSIS OF THE THEOGONY
- ANALYSIS OF THE SHIELD
- WORKS AND DAYS
- THE SHIELD OF HERAKLES
- THE GREAT EOIAE
- THE MARRIAGE OF KEYX
- THE ADVICES OF CHIRON
- THE GREAT WORKS
- THE ASTRONOMY
- FROM UNCERTAIN POEMS
- ON W. 113 sqq.
- THE FARMER’S YEAR IN HESIOD.
- Works and Days, 383 sqq.
- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
- The Mortar and pestle
- The Mallet: σϕνˆρα, malleus
- The Sickle
- The Country Cart
- The Plough
- THE CALENDAR OF LUCKY AND UNLUCKY DAYS
- INDEX OF PROPER NAMES OF PERSONS AND PLACES