Blog Posts - Ancient Greek



Famous Greek Theater and Dramatics.

The ancient Greeks loved live theater. Every town had at least one open air theater. These theaters attracted crowds of 15,000 people per performance. Each town bragged about how wonderful their plays were and how marvelous their actors were. The Gre...
by Finding Neverland on Jun 26, 2016

Natural Herbal Remedies for Epilepsy

Long before Dilantin and Phenobarbital, there was epilepsy. And herbal remedies.Of course, these herbal epilepsy remedies are NOT substitutes to anti-seizure medications, but are more like a... Learn, support and connect with people who have epileps...
by EPILEPSY YOU'RE NOT ALONE on May 22, 2016

Pic of the weEk: Segesta greek temples

The post Pic of the weEk: Segesta greek temples appeared first on Living In Sicily - Vardag På Sicilien.
by Living In Sicily on Aug 27, 2015

Museum island part 2 (Berlin archaeology museums)

The archaeological museum of Berlin. One of the 5 museums of the Museum Island in Berlin.A child helps a drunk person to vomit.Pericles the great Athenean statesman who led Athens during  Golden age.A Persian soldierAnother Persian soldierAchill...

Museum island Part 1 (Berlin archaeology museums)

Amazon statues outside the neues museumAn equestian AmazonMural on the museum ceilingCypriot KourosCyrpiot MedusaVotive offerings from CyprusCyprus being near the middle east and being colonized by the Mucenean Greeks had developed a unique artistic...

Three old ships, perfectly preserved, were found by two divers in Danube

Two young divers from Constanta made a startling discovery at the mouth of the Danube to the Black Sea on the Sulina: the wrecks of three ships that sailed in two centuries ago. Pascale Roibu 35 years and Iulian Rusu 37 years, Constanta two divers wh...
by We care about your travel on Jul 16, 2015

Ancient Greek Sandals Women’s Noive Crackled Metallic Leather Sandals

Ancient Greek Sandals Women’s Noive Crackled Metallic Leather Sandals Step out in these eye-catching Ancient Greek Sandals Noive Crackled Metallic Leather Sandals and you’ll be the star of the scene. Heel height: NA. Featuring leather upp...
by Stylish Shoes on May 5, 2015

Great European Cities To Visit

Europe is one of the most beautiful continents in the world. Many of the European countries are rich in tradition and culture. A traveler vacationing in any of the European cities would have a bewildering array of cultures and scenic. Here is a list...
by eTravelTrips on Apr 9, 2015

Kalarrytes: Photojourney to a Remote Greek Mountain Village

The original can be found here: Kalarrytes: Photojourney to a Remote Greek Mountain Village. Please read the original.Kalarrytes is a Greek village in the Pindos Mountain Range, located in the Epirus region. Its traditional silver and goldsmith tr...

Aristotle vs Galileo: Review of Galileo's Dialogue by Maurice Finocchiaro

For two thousand years, Aristotle's worldview held sway for Western civilization. Aristotle believed that the Earth was geostatic (unmoving) and geocentric (the focal and central point of the universe). As to whether the earth was flat or round, this...
by Arash's World on Jan 6, 2015

A daywalk in Ancient Athens

The theater of DionysusThe Philopappos monumentPart of the Emperor Hadrian's libraryThiseion...

Ancient Greek Musical Instruments

The instruments are known from descriptions, paintings and archaeological remains, which allow us to establish the timbres and range of pitches they produced. And now, new revelations about ancient Greek music have emerged from a few dozen ancient Po...
by Music Entertainment on Dec 2, 2014

New Book from Dr. Ruth on Sex & Mythology

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the diminutive octagenarian sexpert, has written a new book: Myths of Love: Echoes of Ancient Mythology in the Modern Romantic Imagination. Mainly known for her no-nonsense advice on sexual relations, this book marks a departure...
by Cara Mengobati Penyakit Kista on Sep 28, 2014

VALENTINO !

VALENTINO 2015 !BACKSTAGE  FASHION SHOW  FINE DETAILS BY SWAGGERWARD...
by southernerswag.blogspot.com on Aug 4, 2014

Hot Tea-cher funny pun

Hot Teacher (or Tea-cher) – funny pun not only for teachers. Red Dress with macthing accessories (iPhone case, jewelry, shoes, journal/notebook) and my coffee or tea mug from Zazzle. Hot Tea-cher von stine1online, Ancient Greek Sandals enthalte...

“Summer in Greece”…sorta.

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I decided to jot down some of my random shenanigans so I wont go into too much detail over last months activities, this isn’t a thesis after all. As some of my friends/followers know I spent the mon...
by RedD Forum on Jul 9, 2014

Philosophy Wire: Ancient Greek. (Learn) Remember them!

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2014-06-27]:The human brain can be more activated with the use of ancient Greek language. This lead to a more extensive use of abstract concepts and thus to a greater need to express via theater. [1, 2, 3]Dy...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jun 27, 2014

The Beauty of Greek Garden Design

Garden with typical Greek style is pleasing to the eye. Not only that, generally tough plants and can be grown even in a narrow space. This is what adds to the appeal of a typical Greek-style garden. You want to try it too? In smaller villages, there...
by Home Garden Air on Jun 25, 2014

Strolling in Mykonos or Nice...

Strolling in Mykonos or Nice... by monacointeriors featuring flat shoes...
by Monaco Interiors on May 26, 2014

Hymn to Pan

For a year and a half, I have been trying to complete a version of the grand Hymn to Hermes, but it is still only half done. Here is the smaller piece for Hermes’ son. My comments on the figure of Pan unexpectedly expanded as I wrote. In fact...
by Poetry on the Loose on May 1, 2014


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