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Si Mar 1
Got 90% on this essay. I REALLY want to see my profs comments, especially since when we talked last week she told me this was okay this time, but next time to be a bit more formal 😂😂😂
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Planet Pompeii Nov 14
from the House of Venus in a Shell. The goddess of love and protector of is depicted inside a shell, after its birth, according to the myth reported by the writer .
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Roger Castañeda de las Heras Jan 8
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P.L. Klein, Author Jan 13
"If you add a little to a little and then do it again, soon that little shall be much." ~
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Dastaan World Jan 8
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Alicia E. Stallings May 1
It's work that prospers men, and makes them rich In heads of livestock, and it's working which Endears you to the immortals. There's no shame In working, but in shirking, much to blame. ( )
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Megan Abel Mar 13
One of the more amusing points from my study school this morning involved a student comparing Hesiod in ‘Works and Days’ to a baby boomer complaining about millennials
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Etienne Arsenault Feb 6
But they who give straight judgements to strangers and to those of the land and do not transgress what is just, for them the city flourishes and its people prosper. (c. 8th century B.C.) /
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Cild 29 Dec 17
Love, the fairest among the undying gods, who loosens the limbs of all gods and men, conquers resolve and prudent counsel within the breast.
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#MGWV #Follow4Follow Mar 15
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Brooke Clark Jun 27
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Alicia E. Stallings May 1
One third of work is Dawn's own share to ask. Dawn lights the path, Dawn offers you the task, Dawn shows herself, and sets men on their way; Dawn yokes the oxen at the break of day. ( )
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Christian Lehmann Mar 4
Has anyone come across the series before? I student came across it at a sale. They told me they got a lot out of reading it because of our discussions of !
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Myths, Baby!🏺🏛⚡️ 13 Mar 18
"[Perses, Hesiod's brother] settled by Helikon, in this woebegone town, Askra bad in winter, godawful in summer, nice never."
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Melchiorre Calvaruso Nov 24
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Timothy Q. Mouse Feb 10
1 I'm seeing a study of Greek in my future. I already have Edith Hamilton's famous book, and I just ordered 's and Works & Days. Some days I wish I had been privileged with a true education, though we covered many in junior and high school.
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Classical Mythology Aug 18
Theban , or 'swollen foot' appears in many works including , , , , , & . Oedipus, Svetlin Vassilev, pubblished in the book Greek Mythology, 2006.
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Dr. MariaGXanthou Jan 29
New translation of 's .
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Christena Twillie Jan 18
For both and of destroyed alike. ~
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Larry Sanger Mar 25
My son requires your help in deciphering this sentence from ’s Works and Days: “Then put on a covering for your skin according to my instructions, a soft cloak and foot-length tunic: on scant warp wind woof in plenty.”
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