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Before Ancient Greece

Hector on the Iliad

The manner in which Homer writes about Hector on the Iliad makes it clear and without a doubt that Hector is a man of war. 1,174 more words

Society

From the Vault: Till We Have Faces

Depression is an awful thing. If you suffer from depression, help is available. If you know someone who is depressed, it can’t hurt to carefully suggest treatment: the depressed person may resent the suggestion that he is sick, but he will not resent… 1,282 more words

Books

Kourion Ancient Runes |Cyprus

My Second day in Cyprus consisted of a free walk (because of student pricing) around the Ancient Runes of Kourion also known as Curium and Greek group dancing. 483 more words

Cyprus

BBC Attempts to Rewrite Ancient Greek History!

BBC published a not so flattering article regarding ancient Greek legends. The article’s author, Armand d’Angour, associate professor of classics at the University of Oxford… 321 more words

World

Peer Mentoring through Cultural Kickstarter: Cretans of New York!

The Philo4Thought Hellenic Professional Mentoring Initiative is pleased to present this special edition “Young Professional of the Month” Feature Article! The goal of our publications is to provide positive, successful role models who will inspire the next generation of young professionals. 257 more words

Personal Reflections

A Cretan Melodrama, fun at the beach and the War of Jenkins' Ear remembered

A few weeks back there was high drama in the village when it was reported that a 75 year old man had stabbed his 83 year old brother-in-law in one of the kafenions, following an argument over land. 991 more words

Crete

Avgolemono Soup and Greek Potatoes - Greek Cooking Challenge Recipe 6 and 7

Greek Cooking Challenge

June / July 2014

Avgolemono Soup and Patates

Today I am sharing not one, but two cooking challenges to catch us up for June and July – This month we will be cooking Avgolemeno Soup and Patates. 1,063 more words

Greek