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Keep Your Greek (164)

Greetings, and welcome to your weekly KYG reminder.
Thank you for taking the time to read these posts. There is a lot of information below to help you keep chipping away at your Greek. 799 more words

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What has Athens to do with Pataliputra?

A recent twitter thread on the iconography of Zeus’ thunderbolt reminded me of earlier musings of mine on the rough similarities between Greek and Indian depictions of thunder-weaponry. 879 more words


Digitising the Homeric Scholia: How It Works

by Georgia Kolovou, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Nanterre, Paris X

In the first version of our website, we have developed a new form of online publishing that conforms to hypertextual logic. 1,027 more words


Democritus on Love, Shame and Philanthropy

In this article we present and analyze four excerpts from Democritus which refer to human relationships. They have equally practical and spiritual dimension.  541 more words

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Democritus on Evilness and Corruption

In this article we present and analyze three excerpts from Democritus which refer to the selection of people around us.  507 more words

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Help for a dyslexic learner from an unlikely source: the study of Ancient Greek

Here we present the ‘Abstract’ of the corresponding paper by Kate Chanock. This is one of the few scientific researches done and published on the matter, which seems to have good and valid ground, as results from – 209 more words