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


Measure for Measure…

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Today, I think we should take a break from gallivanting around Greece on our digital journey, and have a break to play an easy game of arithmetic. Let us say that an ancient Greek athlete ran in all four of … Continue reading


Running barefoot in Nemea

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Every two years, in the sanctuary of Nemea in the Peloponnese, games as famous as the Olympic ones were held in honor of Zeus, father of gods and mortals. Today I’m not going to post photos of the site’s stadium … Continue reading