Dear friends,For starters, allow me to wish you a happy new year and apologise for disappearing for so long.Too much claimed my time and attention, the last (but not least) of which is a series of lectures I’m currently preparing … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Athenian democracy
The sinews of victory
This very difficult year, we ought to be celebrating 2.5 millennia since the battles of Thermopylae and Salamis. Since celebrations are out of the question, due to the pandemic, allow me to honor the anniversary with a series of posts … Continue reading
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The Pnyx is a rocky hill to the west of the Acropolis. Both hills belong to the same group of rocky outcrops in the heart of modern Athens. Its fame is due to the fact that here was the place … Continue reading