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      Race Life of the
      Aryan Peoples
      The Old Worldby
      Joseph Pomeroy Widney



      Vol. 1

      Race Life of the Aryan Peoples

      The Old World

      by Joseph Pomeroy Widney

      Volume 1

      Excerpt


      Every masterful race of the world's history has its epic. It is the tale of the fathers told to the sons. But side by side with the spoken epic is another, unspoken, yet truer and deeper. It is the tale of the race life, not told in words, but lived in deeds done. And the epic lived is always more wonderful than the epic told. The true epic is found, not in the story of the battles or of the deeds of the rulers, but in the race life. In the perspective of time men become less, man grows greater. Race life is broader, deeper, richer than the life of any man,or of any men. The great men of a race are only an evolution of its race force; and the reserve force is greater than its product. They are indices, race marks. The great man is as the mountain peak; for the mountains that loom up above the wide-spread plain are not the land; they are only the land-marks, marks of the land. Kings are the accident; the people, the law. The Greek colonies, not Ilium and Atreides Agamemnon, are the true epic of Hellas, vastly more marvelous. So of the Aryan folk; not the Vedas, not the Avestas, not the Iliad, or the.

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      PIBN10089315
      ISBN978-1-330-66449-0
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-1-5281-7165-6
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryWorld
      Pages355
      Words103897
      Vocabulary3991

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