Phaedrus is the only important writer during the half-century 323 of literary darkness between the Golden and the silver age.
Then it is followed by "the silver age," in which the cow is said to stand on three legs only!
This was followed by the silver age, with a race inferior in form and disposition.
By and by they came to a rude house,—as fine a one, though, as people in the silver age had yet learned how to build.
Ovid's description of the silver age is still applicable to the native inhabitants of Lapland.
When Jove had driven his father into banishment, the silver age began, according to the poets.
In the silver age, Inspiration is still Grace, but just beginning to be complicated by human artifice.
The silver age he dates from the latter years of Augustus, placing even Ovid within it.
Swedenborg attributes to them a symbolical significance, and regards them as artistic products of the silver age.
We have had a golden age, and a silver age, a brazen age, and an iron age.