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Step into the world of ancient Greece and marvel at the breathtaking Athenian architecture. Discover iconic landmarks and hidden gems that showcase the rich history and culture of this fascinating city.
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The legacy of the ancient Romans – from both the time of the Roman Republic (509-27 BCE) and the time of the Roman Empire (27 BCE - 476 CE) – exerted a significant influence on succeeding cultures and...

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Cleisthenes, Father of Democracy, Invented a Form of Government that Has Endured for Over 2,500 Years | Ancient Origins Walter Crane, Ancient Athens, Ancient Greece, Archaic Greece, Ancient Origins, Ancient History, Athenian Democracy, Celtic Gods, Grece Antique

Ancient Athens is best remembered for giving birth to the first democracy in history, a course of action that took many years and several leaders to develop. One of the most prominent figures of that period is without a doubt Cleisthenes, also known as 'the father of Athenian democracy.'

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The steps to the Parthenon are long and built on corpses.Kleon Kleon the Everyman (died 422 BCE) was an Athenian general during the Peloponnesian War. He was also a Sage of the Cult of Kosmos, and the superior of Rhexenor, leading a branch that had infiltrated the Delian League. He was the first prominent representative of the commercial class in Athenian politics. A political opponent of Perikles, the then-leader of Athens who had adopted a defensive stance in combating the Peloponnesian…

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Written by Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom It is old news that ancient thinkers were constantly questioning human learning, morals and behavior. Greek perceptions of the mind or soul were very different from contemporary views, which can make them all the more difficult to gra Front National, Italian Sculptors, Grece Antique, Greek Statues, Great Philosophers, Art Antique, Desenho Tattoo, Greek Art, Rodin

Written by Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom It is old news that ancient thinkers were constantly questioning human learning, morals and behavior. Greek perceptions of the mind or soul were very different from contemporary views, which can make them all the more difficult to grasp for the modern reader. However, we will make an

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