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The Parthenon Enigma

“Thus, over the course of the fifth century, a new Athenian identity emerges, one carefully constructed to glorify Athens and incite fear in the hearts of its enemies. ┬áThe trappings (and overreach) of empire continued to bloat Athenian self-regard. ┬áStill, … Continue reading

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