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Some Details I Bet You Didn't Know About The Goddess ATHENA

Athena is the most beautiful of all the Goddesses, the wisest, most independent and highly respected among both Gods and mortals for her ability to rule and serve. 1,394 more words

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10 More Incredible Archaeological Discoveries

Mankind has always been fascinated by the past. From obscure farmers who uncover old remnants from wars among the Ancient Greeks, to the professionals who continue to unearth Pompeii—we all love to think of the lives of those who passed through the world long before we were given the chance. 1,780 more words

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Eric Shanower: "Age of Bronze: Betrayal, Part Two"

Graphic Novel
Pages: 175
First Published: 2013

Synopsis: Winner of five Eisner Awards, including Best Writer/Artist in both 2001 and 2003, and the Gran Guinigi for Best Serial Comic 2006, Eric Shanower presents part two of Betrayal, the third of seven volumes telling the complete story of the Trojan War. 1,003 more words

Trojan War

Troy and the Trojan War: Fact or Fiction?

IT WOULD APPEAR that Heinrich Schliemann (1822-90) found, at Hisarlik, in northwest Turkey, what is believed to be Troy (in fact, he had considerable help from one Frank Calvert – but that’s another story). 2,075 more words


Top 10 Greatest Writers From 10 Languages

This lister is not an expert on the literature of every language on Earth, and since there are well over 6,000 more, follow-ups are certainly welcome. 3,534 more words


A Father's Loss

‘In peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons.’

How does one reconcile the loss of so many offspring, the destruction of their home and the death of their people?

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The Oracle Report, Thursday, July 10, 2014

One day I hope to tell the story of how important Laura’s work has been to my own path!

In the future, I hope to support her work in an official capacity :) … 721 more words