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Weaponry of the Army of Phillip II of Macedon – the Sarissa

The sarissa was a long pike used by the infantry of Phillip II (King of Macedonia 359 – 336BC). 253 more words


Elgin Marbles controversy

When the British Empire ruled much of the world, many artifacts and artworks, including reliefs and statues from the Parthenon in Athens known as the Elgin Marbles, were taken to Britain. 157 more words


"You must ...guard the original style that beats within your soul and...

“You must study the Masters but guard the original style that beats within your soul and put to sword those who would try to steal it.”

– El Greco, painter, Greek



I most definitely can’t take the credit for this delicious recipe. It has come straight from the Greek episode of SBS Food Safari (I love Food Safari and own every season on DVD). 441 more words


Zenon Taverna

Funny or not?

Last night, the hubster went for drinks. And he volunteered to be the driver. I’d told him that we’d go out for lunch next day. 260 more words


The Discovery of Aristotle's tomb announced

Archaeologist Kostas Sismanidis announced the discovery of the likely resting place of Aristotle at an international conference at Thessaloniki on Thursday. 126 more words


Eva's Deli

Restaurant: Eva’s Deli, Bridgeport, CT 

This is a bit different than most of my posts. However, recently my film crew and I created a documentary about a local restaurant in Bridgeport, CT,  242 more words