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Occasional Articles — The ‘Reality’ of Homer & Japanese Mummies

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Are These The Famous 'Unbreakable Walls'?

This will be the last time I write something about ancient Greece, I swear (not that anyone’s actually reading it all anyway — I should’ve lived in the 1940s).  This article discusses the historicity of The Iliad and The Odyssey as it pertains both to the actual battle which most people now agree did take place at some point on the plains of Ilios, and what can be learn and interpreted from all those seemingly innocuous little details scattered throughout the texts.

The Odyssey and The Iliad Are Giving Up New Secrets About The Ancient World

Be Careful -- He Also Knows Karate


Next — did you hear in the news recently about the Japanese mummies?  If not, then you must read this fascinating tale . . . it won’t be what you expect, and there’s a chance it could be just one symptom of the possible self-destruction of an entire society.  So, high stakes.

The Rise of the Parasite Singles


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