Myths of ancient Greece are fairytales. I liked them from childhood and have read them all, but I don’t think that my mother read those myths to me at bedtime. Most of these ancient stories could be very successful screenplays for horror films. Take the biography of the main Greek god, Zeus, for example.… Read More Why I Went to Ancient Crete and Why You Should
Just like many true archaeologists, you may not be delighted with the methods of Heinrich Schliemann, but you will not fail to take off your hat before such a strong belief in oneself and one’s own success. The Greeks forgot where Troy was. The Greeks forgot where Delphi was. The Greeks forgot where Mycenae was.… Read More Heinrich Schliemann and His Mycenae
If you consider yourself adventurous, follow my advice: go to Athens for winter holidays.… Read More Winter Holidays? To Athens!
A Museum of Ancient Agora, Athens, Greece. We have read a plate on the marble statue THE ODYSSEY. That means he was a man, the ancient hero. Now look closely and think, was he a man or…? 🙂 More about Greece: Halkidiki Beaches, Greece: Where to Go and Where Not! Greek-Crusaders Rhodes: City and Island… Read More Well, who was Odyssey? A woman?