By Gustave Glotz
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Then he curdled half of the shining white milk and put it in plaited baskets. The other half he stood in the pots, to drink for his supper. " T o the resources of stock-breeding the Greeks of the Homeric age add those of the chase and fishing. Hunting was for long a necessity in a land covered with forest and infested with wild beasts. Legend preserves the memory of the drives carried out by the heroes. Later they hunt for pleasure and also for profit, to procure venison, wild-goats' horns, boars' tusks, and wolf-skins.
Heracles, it is true, secures his three years' wages in advance from Omphale by the device of a fictitious sale, but his case is exceptional. The Thetes have to trust to a good faith which frequently fails. Even their liberty, their sole pride, is not guaranteed. Just like the beggars, they are in danger of being put into chains and sold as slaves in a distant island. We can understand the utter distress which lay behind such an existence. " To resign himself to such a wretched condition a man must be hard driven by need.
Their ships go to Cyprus with iron and bring back copper. The smith, accustomed to bronze, is slow in taking to iron, which is hard to work. l In any case the substitutiQn of the one metal for the other does not lead to any revolution in apparatus and technique ; the bronze-worker, the chalkeus, only needs a pair of skin bellows to be able to make iron red or white. The craft remains what it was. It is specially suited to lame men, who make up for their infirmity by exceptional development of the trunk and arms ; Hephrestos is a patron worthy of them.
Ancient Greece at Work: An Economic History of Greece from the Homeric Period to the Roman Conquest (History of Civilization) by Gustave Glotz