Tag Archives: HOMER

ARCHEOLOGY SHOULD OPEN ITS RESEARCH TO NEW FRONTIERS (d)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 3/5/16) MAJOR PALEOGEOGRAPHIC, TECTONIC AND GEODYNAMIC CHANGES FROM THE LAST STAGE OF THE HELLENIDES TO THE ACTUAL HELLENIC ARC AND TRENCH SYSTEM   AbstractPresent day location and geometry of the Hellenic arc and trench system is only … Continue reading

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ARCHEOLOGY SHOULD OPEN ITS RESEARCH TO NEW FRONTIERS (c)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 1/7/15) 5. The forgotten knowledgeAll this knowledge was acquired during the time period between the beginning or the middle of the 3rd millennium B.C. and the end of the Mycenaean era, i.e. around the end of the … Continue reading

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ARCHEOLOGY SHOULD OPEN ITS RESEARCH TO NEW FRONTIERS (b)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 8/8/14) THE FORGOTTEN GEOGRAPHIC AND PHYSICAL – OCEANOGRAPHICKNOWLEDGE OF THE PREHISTORIC GREEKS 3. The Genealogy of Gods3.1 GeneralAccording to the genealogy of gods, demigods, heroes, and the other protagonists of the Greek  Mythology, mentioned in Hesiod’s Theogeny, … Continue reading

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ARCHEOLOGY SHOULD OPEN ITS RESEARCH TO NEW FRONTIERS (a)

A)Homer (c. 8th cent. BC) is generally accepted as the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, regarded as the two greatest epic poems of ancient Greece. A recent  study of the Greek used by Homer has enabled scientists from … Continue reading

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BLASTO – HOMERUS -DNA

A)Μια τράπεζα βλαστοκυττάρων, στο στόμα του κάθε ανθρώπου Ο πολφός καθενός από τα 32 δόντια που έχει ο άνθρωπος στο στόμα του αποτελεί μια πηγή βλαστοκυττάρων, τα οποία αφού διαφοροποιηθούν με κατάλληλη επεξεργασία μπορούν να χρησιμεύσουν μελλοντικά για θεραπεία ασθενειών … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Concept of Psyche from Homer to Aristotle (D-λαστ)

(CONTINUED FROM  9/08/10) ARISTOTLE’S COMPREHENSIVE SOUL-CONCEPT In Aristotle’s extant texts the concept of psyche is the object of highly systematic elaboration. He diligently reviewed and interpreted all the available soul-conceptions of his predecessors in the first book of De Anima. … Continue reading

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