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Alexander

The bad omens which foretold the end of Alexander the Great

16 April 2019,

Shortly before the Great Alexander died, bad signs appeared on the horizon (“ioní” as the ancient Greeks called them). These, according to many, announced the death of the great king. Others again express the opinion that these signs were directed by some who secretly wove the plan of the murder of the great conqueror and […]

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graffiti

The art of Graffiti from antiquity until our days

15 February 2019,

Modern cities: black and white life on a coloured background! The spirit of our times, expressed in the form of coloured shapes, images and signatures on concrete walls. Graffiti and Tags: a new form of art that has entered into our lives in recent years. Many find it unsightly. Many others again think it is an innovation. But […]

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The symbol of Vergina: the unknown symbolisms behind the rays of a much-discussed ‘Sun’.

12 July 2018,

The golden larnax of Vergina (Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki) Much has been written and told about the much discussed symbol of Vergina. Some call it a star, others call it a sun … The only sure thing however is that all of them are referring to the same symbol which is depicted on the golden “box” (maybe […]

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The unknown Acropolis of the Peloponnese

7 February 2018,

Ancient Oiniades

Once upon a time there was dominative king
who was living in a big city on a hill with his beautiful son …

Mythology

… The name of the king of the castle was Trikardos (=the one who has three hearts). His son, a very handsome young man, had the name Aniliagos (=the one who can’t face the sun), because he should never face the sunlight.

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Peace & War in a world full of contradictions

17 January 2018,

Is there a work of art to which 130 verses of one of the most famous poems in the world were dedicated?

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