Let us visit Mycenae at its most beautiful, on a bright spring day. Continue reading
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Herc-Fu or how Hercules beat the Nemean Lion – a novelization based on Greek Mythology
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Those who know me, know that I love telling stories. So today, on our virtual journey, I’m going to take you to Thebes, birthplace of Heracles (better known as Hercules). Taking my cue from one of the exhibits in the … Continue reading
Photo of the week: Golden Mycenai
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Treasure and in particular gold has always been the ultimate archaeological find in popular fiction. In reality, archaeologists are happier to find more mundane things, which will give them insight in what their lives were like, such as what people … Continue reading