This is part 1 of The Oresteia, a trilogy of tragedies by Greek playwright Aeschylus. I’d read the play several times, and seen it performed once or twice, but watching this staging of the play completely changed my perception of Aeschylus tragedy. 98 more words
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Many of the Ancient Greek sculptures of nude human forms we enjoy in museums today lost their original colour, or their so called second skin; the Ancient Greek sculptors carved them out of marble to provide a neutral base for an often vivid single color, like vermilion or carmine, that they applied with predictable gusto.
(By Wayne O’Connor).- A site known as the home of the best ancient Greek ruins outside of Greece is to be developed to improve access for visitors. 353 more words