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Freedom or Death: How Adamantios Koraes transformed Greek thought into the Greek Revolution of 1821

The clerical dilemma The Turkish conquest of Greece in 1453 was a calamity. The best Greeks left the country for Europe. Resistance to the occupiers...

Divine Wrath

The arrows of Apollo The case of the plague in Greek history may still give us pose for reflection. The Greeks gave diseases precise names....

Hellas Reborn

By Evaggelos Vallianatos, Ph.D.  The Greek Revolution In a few months, Greeks will celebrate the 200-year anniversary of their 1821 Revolution against the Turks. The decision to...

Robinson Jeffers:  The American Bard Inspired by Classical Greece

By: Lili Bita, Cultural Affairs Correspondent Special to the HNA   My Dear Readers, Greetings!  I have just returned from California, where I attended the twenty-third annual conference...

Aristotle: The Philosopher Who Invented Science

By Evaggelos Vallianatos, Ph.D.   Two thousand-four hundred years have passed since Aristotle was born in 384 BCE in the small polis of Stageira in northern...

New Greek Collection @ Boston MFA

Three new galleries dedicated to ancient treasures opened on September 16 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA). The new galleries focus on three...

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