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The House of Atreus, Part 4

When last we left our heroes, they were heading off to beat those women-snatching Trojans into a good ol’ foreign pulp. Yup, Helen had escaped, and because she was the only woman for Menelaus, the entire nation of Greeks (newly formed) were going after her. 1,138 more words

Ancient Greece


“his blonde hair

looks as magical in the sun

as it does in the tint of the moonlight

that passes between our faces”

More little details

“…Patroclus planted a heel

against his chest, wrenched the spear from his wound

and the midriff came out with it–so he dragged out both…

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Book Talks

Achilles, Patroclus and Thersites

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Illustrator: H. C. Selous

Engraver: Unknown

Original Illustration Size: 117 x 132 mm / 4″20 x 5″6

Illustration Number: 8/18… 60 more words


Sumerian Mists (Part 1 of 2)

The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the most ancient mythological poems we can read. It is part of the Sumerian mythology and, as we know, the Sumerians were Europeans. 992 more words

European Traditionalism

Homers' Odyssey - Book III - Extras

Now that we went through book III of Odyssey, we can explain some of the names mentioned in the post.


Patroclus was a dear friend of Achilles who was the greatest warrior of Achaeans.  462 more words

Greek Mythology

Thetis Bringing the Armour to Achilles by John Flaxman

Thetis Bringing the Armour to Achilles by John Flaxman 
Published in The Iliad of Homer, 1793