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Museum of Typography , Chania Crete

Museum of Typography , Chania Crete

Cups decorated with motifs of «White Rhythm» and the symbols of the double «ς» (Hellenic Sigma) and counterclockwise ProtoSwastika - Eastern Crete - Tardive PrePalatial Period (2200-1800 B.C.)

Cups decorated with motifs of «White Rhythm» and the symbols of the double «ς» (Hellenic Sigma) and counterclockwise ProtoSwastika - Eastern Crete - Tardive PrePalatial Period (2200-1800 B.C.)

The Royal Tombs of Aigai: Finds from the tomb of Philip II of Macedon and the Scythian princess Meda, in Aigai, Macedonia, Greece. The gold sheet that decorated the gorytos (a Thraco-Scythian quiver that held both the bow and the arrows). It was either a gift or booty. It might be related to the Philip’s marriage with Meda. It bears a depiction of the fall of a city- Troy perhaps.

The Royal Tombs of Aigai: Finds from the tomb of Philip II of Macedon and the Scythian princess Meda, in Aigai, Macedonia, Greece. The gold sheet that decorated the gorytos (a Thraco-Scythian quiver that held both the bow and the arrows). It was either a gift or booty. It might be related to the Philip’s marriage with Meda. It bears a depiction of the fall of a city- Troy perhaps.

The tomb of Queen Eurydice, mother of Philip II of Macedon and grandmother of Alexander the Great  bears a depiction of Hades and Persephone riding on a charriot towards the underworld (344-343 B.C). You will notice how calm and orderly this depiction is compared to this sensational mural from the tomb with the abduction of Persephone, in which possibly Nikesipolis is entombed.

The tomb of Queen Eurydice, mother of Philip II of Macedon and grandmother of Alexander the Great bears a depiction of Hades and Persephone riding on a charriot towards the underworld (344-343 B.C). You will notice how calm and orderly this depiction is compared to this sensational mural from the tomb with the abduction of Persephone, in which possibly Nikesipolis is entombed.

Knossos,Crete by DimitriSotiropoulos Photography

Knossos,Crete by DimitriSotiropoulos Photography

Athanasios Fokas,"The greatest Greek mathematician right after Karatheodori "The most famous teacher at his 18 he left for GB, now an honorary Doctor of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences,NTUA – he has been voted Honorary Doctorate at the University of Crete&Patras.In 2004 he was awarded the Aristeion Prize in Sciences of the Academy of Athens,elected a full member,a few months later

Athanasios Fokas,"The greatest Greek mathematician right after Karatheodori "The most famous teacher at his 18 he left for GB, now an honorary Doctor of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences,NTUA – he has been voted Honorary Doctorate at the University of Crete&Patras.In 2004 he was awarded the Aristeion Prize in Sciences of the Academy of Athens,elected a full member,a few months later

moni Arkadioy Rethymno

moni Arkadioy Rethymno

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