| Amphipolis “Burns” some of us (Fortunately are few)


The panic of the Minister was not justified. More highlights anxieties.
Details of the dialogue in the minutes of the House:

We are entering in the number 142/21-4-2015 timely question by Mrs Serres the new Republic,. Light-Arabatzi to Minister of culture, Education and religious affairs, on the State of financing and development prospect of Amphipolis. Will answer the Deputy Culture Minister k. Nikos Xydakis. Madam Arabatzi, you have the floor.

CONTINUE THE READING | Alexander, because he had an inclination of his head to the left;


In Graniko a sword, cutting off the helmet of, He ended up the scalp of his head in Gaza accepted a arrow in the shoulder. In Marakanda an arrow broke the bone of the tibia. In Hyrcania was hit by stone, losing his sight for several days at the battle of Issus was wounded by sword on thigh. In the land of Mallwn an arrow punched his chest and was hit by a crowbar on the head. And for all those injuries were very proud of Their thought. as proof of his prowess and his gennaiotitas.


You must answer the question for Alexander: because he had an inclination of his head to the left; Attitude that imitated the generals after his death.

So had struck with the bat in the neck during the battles against the Thracian.
The permanent damage in the neck cause him to turn around his head.
 | Temple of Dionysus in Pangeo

In the sanctuary of God in Pangeo refers and the stage philosopher Euripides :

Kryptos (d)’ chthonos ypargyroy in antrois of keisetai Gazer faos anthrwpodaimwn, Bacchus Prophet, so Pangaiou rock wkise, toisin eidosin God modes.

Like anthrwpotheos but within the male will stay asimogis & light I see, as STOU Paggaio throniase rock the Prophet of Bacchus, poylogietai God and honor those who know) . CONTINUE THE READING | My name Ozymandias, the King of Kings

I met a traveller from an ancient country· said:
huge, without trunk, two legs of stone stand in the desert ...
Near them, straight in the sand immersed, a crushed face·
the skythrwpa of lips, tucked in a cold smile supremacy,
they say the sculptor that read correctly these passions
still living etched in this inanimate things –
hand the heart and laughed off the ' threpse.
And over at kripidi these words achnofainontai:
' Ozymandias ' my name, the King of Kings,
look at my works, strong and despair!’’
Else nothing left. Around wearing
the colossal ruins, vast, naked,
alone in the desert, and flat, stretching away.
Percy Mpys Shelley (PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY, 1792-1822)
Translation: Katerina Schina
Ozymandias Ramses II statue in the desert composite image based on Shelley s poem

CONTINUE THE READING | The death of the ancients

The death of the ancients

(Of Kosti Palama)

And the triple doors Golden
and the doors trixane chalkenies
Squeak as boggixan
and without any ggiximo,
seems enchanted, diaplates,
from their own anoixan.
And TextBox below the walls double
with the dynamaria t ' aparta,
and TextBox below it from the side that Geraniums
and green and roympinia around rising,
spank the waters of the Marmara Sea,
the kalochtista ports. CONTINUE THE READING | Look at this tall mountain that Grandma, This wild sea that calmed down, This rising moon that fell!!


Reasons for philosophers and other scholars for the dead Mega Alexander in anonymous Ethiopic text and in the Arabian tale that lists the historian al-Tha'ālibī (961-1038 m ch.)

After consulting the Earth's surface was not considered enough for you, How can now be satisfied within this narrow box.

The Arabs of abbasidikis period istoriografoi (750-1258 m ch.) produced the image of Alexander the great in the ' perceived ' or House of ktisews the world their stories, drawing material from a variety of sources. It is likely to be raised about the heterogeneous narratives from some lower categories Arab translations of the story of Alexander the great, as the life and Deeds of Alexander the great Makedonos of Pseudo-Kallistheni in the 3rd century AD., medieval fortresses with Persian (pahlavī) texts of Bion Kings, Syriac texts, but cultural traditions and Islamic, legendary stories and comments in the eighteenth chapter of the Qur'an.