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ITHACA Online
Issue No 21, February 2007: Antiquity, classical theory and philosophy
 
Plato: Republic
Nikos Skouteropoulos
Non fiction essays
On Plato
 
Plato: Timaeus
Vassilis Kalfas
Non fiction essays
On Plato
 
Philosophy and Science in Ancient Greece
Vassilis Kalfas
Non fiction essays
On Plato
 
Longinus: On the Sublime
Michalis Kopidakis
Non fiction essays
Literary theory in antiquity.
On Poetics
 
The Poetics of Ancient Greek Tragedy
Daniil Iakov
Non fiction essays
Literary theory in antiquity.
On Poetics
 
The Poetics of the Roman ‘Moderns’
Theodoros Papangelis
Non fiction essays
Literary theory in antiquity.
On Poetics
 
Herodotus: Eight Novellas and Four Anecdotes
Dimitris Maronitis
Non fiction essays
An innovative reading highlights the timeless relevance of Herodotus.
 
The Homeric Battle
Kostis Papagiorgis
Non fiction essays
The Homeric Battle investigates what values engendered amid danger and war can tell us today.
 
The Parthenon Frieze
Angelos Delivorrias
Photographer: Sokratis Mavrommatis
Non fiction albums
Fine photos illustrate a radical interpretation of the Parthenon frieze.
 
From the Quarry to the Parthenon
Manolis Korres
Non fiction albums
From the Quarry to the Parthenon traces the compelling story of a piece of marble destined for the Acropolis.
 
Greek Mythology: How the World Began
Maria Angelidou
Illustrator: Vasilev Svetlin
Children´s book
A skilled storyteller and a talented illustrator rework timeless tales in Greek Mythology: How the World Began.
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