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I have been in love with Greek mythology as long as I can remember. Artemis was one of my first girl heroines (they typically left the story of Niobe out of mythology books for kids), and I found myself loving the idea of living in the woods with a bunch of animals, a bow, and my friends. 209 more words
A number of years ago, I did a group of podcasts for my students on various themes in ancient Greek history. This one, about the Oracle of Delphi and the Pythia, was one of the longer ones, about 7 minutes. 33 more words
I’ve taken to a little abstract sketching too loosen up my work a little, it’s been getting a little constrained lately.
‘Pythia’ – Commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, was the name of any priestess throughout the history of Temple of Apollo at Delphi, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus beneath the Castilian Spring. 22 more words
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