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Graham Shipley meets the dead in a Greek cemetery - an oasis of classicism in modern Athens.
'You are what you eat' was as relevant an observation for the ancients as for more modern thinkers, argues Helen King
'Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose'... many of the agricultural practices described in the art and literature of classical Greece persist to the present day.
N.E.R. Fisher surveys the historiographical treatments of these ancient democratic states, in this month's Reading History.
Irene Coltman Brown begins this series on the historian as philosopher by taking a look at the Greek historian known as the Father of History.
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