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Greek Myths & the Art of Words

Kate Tempest: A 21st Century London Poet – Musing and Rapping on Greek myths 04 April 2015     by James C. Stratis We can be inspired by words, the art of words as in the inspirational art of poetry. Previously1

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The Egyptian gods of Kommos

Posted for James Stratis. During the fourth season of the Kommos excavation in 1979 the team from the University of Toronto, discovered, amongst other finds, two faience statues of Egyptian deities – Sekhmet (AB85) and Nefertum (AB86). The fact that

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The Kommos Virtual Reconstruction Project

By Alexander Assaf Every perfect traveler always creates the country where he travels. ~Nikos Kazantzakis The bright sun beat down on the plains overlooking the distant Rocky Mountains. In the midst of this landscape ouzo flowed, the crowds dined on

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A Lakonian (Minoan?) Shipwreck

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