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2. Alcman, Greece, ancient history
Alcman Poet who worked in Sparta in the first half of the 7th century BC. He wrote hymns and lyrics for choirs in the Doric dialect, and was said to...
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4. Classical E-Text: LYRA GRAECA 1 ALCMAN
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5. Ancient Greece - Sparta - The British Museum
An extract from a poem by Alcam go to an extract from a poem by Tyrtaios back to desk Extract from Alcman, a Spartan poet This is an extract from a...
6. Ancient Greece - Sparta - The British Museum
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7. Ancient Greece - Sparta - The British Museum
An extract from a poem by Alcam back to spartan crafts Spartan crafts - Extract from Alcman Although people tend to think of Sparta as a city of...
8. Ancient Greece - Sparta - The British Museum
An extract from a poem by Tyrtaios go back to an extract from a poem by Alcman back to desk Extract from Tyrtaios, a Spartan poet This is an extract...
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21. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 3.1 - 13
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36. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 8.1 - 16
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38. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 1.1 - 16
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39. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, FRAGMENTS 2
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40. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 10.1 - 16
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41. Classical E-Text: OVID, METAMORPHOSES 14
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42. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 1.17 - 29
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43. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, LIBATION BEARERS
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45. Classical E-Text: APOLLONIUS RHODIUS, ARGONAUTICA 1
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46. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 3.14 - 26
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48. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, PAPYRI FRAGMENTS
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49. Classical E-Text: PHILOSTRATUS THE ELDER, IMAGES 2.17 - 34
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50. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 8.17 - 35
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53. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 5.1 - 15
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55. Classical E-Text: SENECA, PHAEDRA or HIPPOLYTUS
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56. Classical E-Text: SENECA, TROADES
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57. Classical E-Text: APOLLODORUS, THE LIBRARY 2
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58. Classical E-Text: OVID, METAMORPHOSES 7
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59. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 9.1 - 22
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61. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 7.1 - 17
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62. Classical E-Text: OVID, METAMORPHOSES 13
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63. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 9.23 - 40
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65. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBARY OF HISTORY 4D
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66. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 6.1 - 18
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67. Classical E-Text: APOLLONIUS RHODIUS, ARGONAUTICA 4
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68. Classical E-Text: APOLLODORUS, THE LIBRARY 3
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69. Classical E-Text: THE MEGARA & THE DEAD ADONIS
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70. Classical E-Text: CLAUDIAN, GIGANTOMACHIA & OTHER POEMS
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71. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBARY OF HISTORY 6
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72. Classical E-Text: THE PATTERN POEMS
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73. Classical E-Text: BION, POEMS
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93. Classical E-Text: COLLUTHUS, RAPE OF HELEN
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107. Classical E-Text: NONNUS, DIONYSIACA 6
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108. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 1
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117. Classical E-Text: QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS, FALL OF TROY 14
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118. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 20
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119. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 5
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120. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 6
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121. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 22
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122. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 14
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127. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 4
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128. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 24
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129. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 15
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130. Classical E-Text: THE HOMERIC HYMNS 4
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131. Classical E-Text: THEOCRITUS, IDYLLS 26 - 30 & INSCRIPTIONS
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132. Classical E-Text: QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS, FALL OF TROY 7
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133. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 8
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134. Classical E-Text: QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS, FALL OF TROY 2
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135. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 10
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136. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 8
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137. Classical E-Text: CLEMENT, RECOGNITIONS 10
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144. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 18
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145. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 3
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146. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 4
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147. Classical E-Text: QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS, FALL OF TROY 3
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148. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBARY OF HISTORY 5A
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149. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 1
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150. Classical E-Text: HYGINUS, ASTRONOMICA 2
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151. Classical E-Text: SENECA, HERCULES FURENS 1
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152. Classical E-Text: NONNUS, DIONYSIACA 5
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153. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 11
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154. Classical E-Text: LYRA GRAECA 1 TERPANDER
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155. Classical E-Text: SENECA, PHOENISSAE or THEBAID
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156. Classical E-Text: THE HOMERIC HYMNS 5 - 33
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157. Classical E-Text: HESIOD, FRAGMENTS
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158. Classical E-Text: CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA, EXHORTATION TO THE GREEKS 3 - 5
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159. Classical E-Text: PHILOSTRATUS THE YOUNGER, IMAGINES 10 - 17
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160. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 9
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161. Classical E-Text: STATIUS, ACHILLEID 1A
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162. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 1
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163. Classical E-Text: OVID, HEROIDES 19 - 21
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164. Classical E-Text: NONNUS, DIONYSIACA 13
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165. Classical E-Text: NONNUS, DIONYSIACA 1
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166. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 2
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167. Classical E-Text: PHILOSTRATUS THE YOUNGER, IMAGINES 1 - 9
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168. Classical E-Text: VALERIUS FLACCUS, ARGONAUTICA 7
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169. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBARY OF HISTORY 5C
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170. Classical E-Text: THE ORPHIC HYMNS 41 - 86
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171. Classical E-Text: HYGINUS, FABULAE 200 - 277
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173. Classical E-Text: PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE 6. 19 - 26
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174. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 15
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175. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 5
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176. Classical E-Text: SENECA, HERCULES FURENS 2
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177. Classical E-Text: HYGINUS, FABULAE 150 - 199
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178. Classical E-Text: NOTES ON APOLLODORUS, BIBLIOTHECA 1b
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179. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 17
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180. Classical E-Text: HYGINUS, ASTRONOMICA 1
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181. Classical E-Text: VALERIUS FLACCUS, ARGONAUTICA 2
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182. Classical E-Text: QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS, FALL OF TROY 1
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183. Classical E-Text: HYGINUS, FABULAE 50 - 99
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184. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, AENEID 6
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185. Classical E-Text: VALERIUS FLACCUS, ARGONAUTICA 5
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186. Classical E-Text: FULGENIUS, MYTHOLOGIES 1
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187. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ILIAD 24
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188. Classical E-Text: PARTHENIUS OF NICAEA, LOVE STORIES 2
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189. Classical E-Text: STATIUS, THEBAID 11
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190. Classical E-Text: GREEK EPIC CYCLE
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191. Classical E-Text: HOMER, ODYSSEY 4
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192. Classical E-Text: VALERIUS FLACCUS, ARGONAUTICA 3
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193. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBARY OF HISTORY 5B
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194. Classical E-Text: THEOCRITUS, IDYLLS 1 - 4
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195. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, AGAMEMNON 1
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197. Classical E-Text: VALERIUS FLACCUS, ARGONAUTICA 4
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206. Classical E-Text: CLEMENT, EXHORTATION TO THE GREEKS 1 - 2
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227. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, ECLOGUES
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229. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, FRAGMENTS 3
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230. Classical E-Text: CALLIMACHUS, HYMNS 4 - 6
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234. Classical E-Text: VIRGIL, GEORGICS 1 - 2
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236. Classical E-Text: CALLIMACHUS, HYMNS 1 - 3
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238. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBRARY OF HISTORY 4C
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239. Classical E-Text: ARATUS, PHAENOMENA
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240. Classical E-Text: PSEUDO-PLUTARCH, GREEK & ROMAN PARALLEL STORIES
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242. Classical E-Text: OVID, FASTI 2
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259. Classical E-Text: HESIOD, THEOGONY
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260. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, SUPPLIANT WOMEN
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261. Classical E-Text: DIODORUS SICULUS, LIBRARY OF HISTORY 4B
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270. Classical E-Text: AESCHYLUS, SEVEN AGAINST THEBES
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Mykonos Island


Ιt is the cosmopolitan center of the Cyclades Complex. Its reputation has spread during the last years due to its unique landscape, its archaelogical sites, its cosmopolitan environment and its magnificent beaches.

White-washed, cube-shaped houses are scattered all over the island, narrow streets in the town, chapels and picturesque tavernas hide among art galleries and stores selling jewellery, souvenirs etc.

Trends that sweep through the international scene are born in the intense nightlife of this modern resort.

An island of tempting and tempestuous reputation such as Mykonos, with high tourism and a rather superficial lifestyle, inevitably has both fans and critics.

But even the most unsuspecting visitor immediately realizes that Mykonos is not only a crazy “bon-viveur”, but also an attractive, picturesque island with white Chora aside the crystal-clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea.

Direct international charter flights and regular domestic flights from Athens serve frequently, during summer, the airport of Mykonos.

Because it is so famous, Mykonos gets really overcrowded during high season but for those who enjoy the crowd, great fun and all night long entertainment, Mykonos is the ideal place for holidays.

Have a wonderful time...