- Arthur Bernard Cook
Arthur Bernard Cook (1868-1952) was a British
classical scholar, known for work in archaeologyand the history of religions. He is best known for his three-part work "Zeus: A Study in Ancient Religion". He is often considered one of the Cambridge Ritualists. His poem "Windsor Castle" won the Chancellor's Gold Medalfor poetry at Cambridge.
Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeologyat the University of Cambridgein 1931, where he had held a position as Reader from 1908.
*The Metaphysical Basis of Plato's Ethics (1895)
*Zeus. A Study In Ancient Religion. (1914-1925)
** Volume 1: Zeus, God of the Bright Sky, Biblo-Moser, June 1, 1964, ISBN 0-8196-0148-9 (reprint)
** Volume 2: Zeus, God of the Dark Sky (Thunder and Lightning), Biblo-Moser, June 1, 1964, ISBN 0-8196-0156-X
** Volume 3: Zeus, God of the Dark Sky (earthquakes, clouds, wind, dew, rain, meteorites)
* [http://www.britac.ac.uk/fellowship/archive.asp?fellowsID=1567 A.B. Cook's entry at the British Academy]
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