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wind  

Liba Taub

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Feb 2017

rivers  

Brian Campbell

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Feb 2017

folktale  

William Hansen

Folktales are traditional fictional stories. Unlike works of original literary fiction, they are normally anonymous narratives that have been transmitted from one teller to another over an ... More

androgyny  

Luc Brisson

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Feb 2017
In the modern use, “bisexuality” refers to sexual object choice, whereas “androgyny” refers to sexual identity. In ancient Greece and Rome, however, these terms sometimes refer to human ... More

Panskoye I  

Vladimir F. Stolba

Panskoye I is one of the most prominent and best-studied settlements in the rural territory of Chersonesus on the Tarkhankut Peninsula (north-western Crimea). Founded in the late 5th ... More

Sibylline Oracles  

Erich S. Gruen

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Dec 2016
The Sibylline Oracles had a long life. The Sibyl was in origin a single Greek prophetess, renowned for the accuracy of her forecasts, divinely inspired, but portrayed as mad or raving, and ... More

Zeus in art  

Karim Arafat

Zephyrus  

Alan H. Griffiths

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Mar 2016

Xuthus  

Emily Kearns

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Mar 2016

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