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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Ancient Greek Technology Museum in your state?

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Dear friends,
Please accept our congratulations for your interest and love of Greek Culture to represent
.
As you know ancient Greek Technology is a huge chapter unknown to many of us.
We are all grateful to Kostas Kotsanas and his family for helping establishing a Ancient Greek Technology Museum at Paideia Center, in America.
Mr. Kotsanas devoted his life in studying, researching, recreating inventions of Ancient Greeks.
Attached please find information for Ancient Greek Technology Museum “K. Kotsanas” at Paideia Center for Hellenic Studies.
Our hope is that part of the collection from Paideia Center in Storrs, Ct will come for exhibit also in your state.
Please contact museums, universities or high schools interested for Greek Culture in your area.
I am happy to inform you that November 18 we have a very important meeting with faculty and students to discuss Ancient Greek Technology in digital interactive form.
We are based this initiative from our experience with Paideia study abroad visits with students at City of Lamia Museum in Thermopylae.
This new Thermopylae museum is all electronics with touch screens, 3 D projections and tables dedicated to 300 Spartans and the famous battle. This new Thermopylae museum is one of the best educational multilingual resources of Greece and the students are impressed any time we visit.
Please encourage people you know who would like to work and become part of this digital interactive project for Ancient Greek Technology.
Best wishes,
Ilias
Ilias Tomazos, Director

PAIDEIA Study Abroad Programs in Greece
Center for Hellenic Studies PAIDEIA
28 Dog Lane, P.O.BOX 818, Storrs, CT 06268
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