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THE HELLENIC DIALECTS ONLY CAN GIVE TO THE FUTURE SOCIETIES A HIGH LEVEL OF UNDERSTANDING ONCE MORE

Greek and Aramaic Among 1st Century Jews Dr. Orville Boyd Jenkins In any consideration of first century Palestine or the Roman Empire, my primary concern is the cultural context of the era in which the details must be considered.  I … Continue reading

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EROOS ANIKATE MACHAN

Love letters from Ancient Greece Oftentimes success is linked to mere unexpected factors, sometimes these happen to be quite trivial circumstances far away from your remotest aims and plans. This is most certainly the case of “Love Letters of Great … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (C tel)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/02/13) The Greek and the Roman Novel. Parallel Readings This stimulating collection of sixteen articles from the Third Rethymnon International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN 3, 22-24 May 2005) is the first to bring together in … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  24/08/12) The Author and the Magi: Magic in the Ancient Novel and its Implications for Readership What argues most strongly for the recognition of the ancient “novel” as part of the novel  genre in its proper sense … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (A)

  Love and romance in the ancient Greek literature Many characters and stories of the archaic Greek literature are still alive in our imagination. Epic battles and travel adventures have portrayed us authentic heroes on both sides of winners and … Continue reading

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JOHN SKARIBAS AN IMPORTANT PERSON FOR HELLENIC GREEK LITERATURE,KEPT ALIVE BY THE MUSE MNEMOSYNE

SOURCE  http://genesis.ee.auth.gr   Prose writer, poet, theatrical writer. He has been one of the most eccentric and strange Greek writers. Also, people thought that he was the Greek James Toys! He has been married and lived the most of his … Continue reading

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