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November 2007

The odds and ends.

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Vote early, vote often!

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All I ever wanted to know about numismatics and was afraid to ask.

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Quick! What is the difference between The Museum of Traditional Pottery and the Traditional Pottery Collection?

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The Benaki Museum sets a standard in every respect.

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The National Archaeological Museum is all of Greece at once.
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They landed on an island in the Kyklades.
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Acropolis Museum and New Acropolis Museum.

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Culture good, but so is commerce.

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The temple of Zeus.

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All I know about triremes comes from Wikipedia these days.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trireme

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My first goal in Athens was to find Plato’s Academy.

On the origins of the phrase "it's all Greek to me," see http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-gre1.htm

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The 42.19 kilometer Marathon

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The Pnyx had no tourists but us.

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The Cimetière du Père-Lachaise of Ancient Athens

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Next stop Chaeronea

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Ethereal and eerie.
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The cry of every commuter.

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Areopagos

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Searching for Mr Aristotle

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The above image of Aristotle is the wallpaper on my hand held computer-telephone such is my allegiance to The Philosopher, as Thomas Hobbes called him.

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Socrates was a gadfly on the rump of Athens, usually in the Agora.

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Thucydides sent me to Melos. Mission accomplished, Hegemon.

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When in Athens eat as the Ancient Athenians did.

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Wasn't that the title of some tedious television series about pizza delivery, or am I thinking of West Wing?

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Bleaders unite! You have nothing to lose. Really.

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