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Porchman the Saiyan 2h
Nosce te ipsum. Know thineself, Saiyan.
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David Miano Aug 19
Back-to-back finds. A significant Neolithic settlement was discovered on the island of Evia, and two stelas from the Classical Period (c. 500-300 BCE) were found on the island of Tinos.
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Springfield Museums 11h
NOW OPEN: A new contemporary art installation in the Plaster Cast Gallery, “In the Gardens of Mount Olympus.” This kinetic sculpture offers a fully immersive experience into the world of Greek mythology. .
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Eleutheria 10h
fact: King Philip II of Macedon, having conquered most of southern Greece, sent a message to Sparta advising them to submit for if he would bring his army they will be destroyed. The Spartans replied with a single word: “If.” Philip did not attack Sparta.
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ου φροντις Aug 21
Pericles would have loved Instagram: "... in our own homes we find a beauty and a good taste which delight us every day and which drive away our cares." (Thuc. 2.38) *Pericles browsing the Herms of Instagram tag*
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Rob Richardson Aug 20
Design in progress.Greek myths- heroes,war,titanic monsters,bloodshed... Arachne foolishly challenged Athena (godess of posters and greeting cards) to...A WEAVING CONTEST!
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David Miano 14h
Two unlooted tombs from late Mycenaean times (c. 1400-1200 BCE) have been found at the site of Nemea in Greece. Their contents promise to shed more light on the times just prior to the Trojan War.
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Jave Galt-Miller Aug 21
Plato wasn't always an old man. POLIS: The Trial of Socrates.
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K. Aten *she* Aug 20
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Raymond 🇳🇿 Aug 20
Via: CARAA Terra-cotta bust of a Phrygian Goddess, 4th-5th century BC. , H: 25.4 cm, Mougins Museum, France. 💕💜💛
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ου φροντις Aug 14
"The most notable feature of Demetrios' regime was his sumptuary legislation which included restraints on... women's dress. To enforce these measures, Demetrios appointed gynaikonomoi ('regulators of women')..." (Wiles, 1984)
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Nikki Wordsmith Aug 21
To read her words is to read her and be transported back 2,500 years into her sun-soaked proud arms. Happy Pride 🌈
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Thomas Yaeger Aug 21
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Zero1pod Aug 19
Why does Sokrates always put us in these positions? Everything is a Moral Decision! via
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Bleak House Bookshop Aug 17
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FrockFlicks 15h
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Springfield Museums Aug 20
Are you a Greek mythology enthusiast? Make sure to check out the latest immersive experience in the Plaster Cast Gallery: Mara Sfara’s “In the Gardens of Mount Olympus.” For more info: .
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Kassandra Frye📷🏳️‍🌈 Aug 21
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Stuart Mitchell Aug 21
I had such high praise for but I literally cannot put this book down.
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Matthew Knight Aug 20
Why don’t these have labels, ? 😢 I want to know more! 🤔 The ones downstairs have a nice information panel and labels. 🙂
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