Astronomical Findings in the Orphic Hymns

This post is a brief presentation of a very interesting scientific research in the Orphic Hymns. Continue reading “Astronomical Findings in the Orphic Hymns”

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Contact Networks during the Middle Palaeolithic in the Northeastern Aegean? Presence of Neanderthals on Agios Efstratios island

In this post we present selected parts of the paper titled “Presence of Neandertals on the Island Agios Efstratios and Probable Networks of Contacts in the Northeastern Aegean during the Middle Palaeolithic“, by A.Sampson et al. Continue reading “Contact Networks during the Middle Palaeolithic in the Northeastern Aegean? Presence of Neanderthals on Agios Efstratios island”

What do medicine specialists ‘see’ in Greek Mythology – Caesarean section

The narrative of caesarean birth appears on several occasions in Greek mythology. It involves central figures of the pantheon including some the major deities of the Olympians: Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Asclepius, Dionysus and Adonis. Several such occasions are described here while a medical interpretation of them is suggested. Continue reading “What do medicine specialists ‘see’ in Greek Mythology – Caesarean section”

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