The Conclusion looks at the influence of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century scholarship on the course of the study of Greek religion in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries (from Wilamowitz to M.P. Nilsson to J.-P. Vernant and W. Burkert), and draws implications for the current study of the Greek gods. An Appendix surveys the interpretation of Apollo in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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