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What is God?

History is littered with all kinds of ideas about “god”. Every nation and culture has had a “god” of some sort – something labeled as such. 1,318 more words


The catasterism of Callisto

For fall break, aka. “Reading Week,” I went to visit my best friend in Montreal. Oops. By 9:45am the next morning we were one of the few people standing outside le Musée des beaux-arts before it even opened. 594 more words



Hebe (pr. hee-bee) is the goddess of youth in Greek mythology, the daughter of Zeus and Hera. She was a cupbearer to the gods before she was replaced by Ganymede when she married… 22 more words


Ήταν Έλληνας ο Ιησούς; Ο Χριστός ήταν Έλληνας της Παλαιστίνης, μιλούσε Ελληνικά, είχε Ελληνικό όνομα!

Ήταν Έλληνας ο Ιησούς:

14. Ο Χριστός ήταν Έλληνας της Παλαιστίνης, μιλούσε ελληνικά, είχε ελληνικό όνομα: Ιάσωνας, το γένος Του ήταν ελληνικό, η Μητέρα Του, η Θεοτόκος – ήταν Ελληνίδα…


A Guide to Rhodes Island

Rhodes is the largest and most popular of the Dodecanese islands. The Greek island is the perfect holiday destination.

If there’s one thing I would recommend to all 18 year olds, it’s to go on holiday with your friends when you’re  586 more words


Caxton’s First Printed Book In English

On the 18th of November 1477, William Caxton (1415/1422 – 1492) finished printing Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers, the first incunabulum (from the Latin “incunabula” which meant “swaddling clothes” or “cradle”) : the earliest printed book in English, which bore a clear publication date, but also, for the first time, a printer’s colophon/logotype which revealed his name and place of publication. 703 more words