Remus had Twin Sons, Also Suckled by a She-Wolf https://t.co/SxVRvbNQ3O
Ref, the chariot race the polarity of the Nestor and Achilles reflects that of heroic values (bie and metis). http://t.co/eluKomNP1A
Recorded video conversation with Professor Leonard Muellner and Hero 25 participants on the Embassy scene. http://t.co/Z4lT0rWsfU
Recorded Hour 25 discussion on "Rhesus" by Euripides http://t.co/DPJv3Hq96s
“Reasonable men...pay no heed at all to the abduction of women...for they would not be abducted unless they wanted it.” Herodutus 1.4
Reading the Odyssey 1.1-21: with Frame, Nagy and Muellner http://t.co/8eUZcEDIWb
Reading Homeric Greek: "Odyssey" 1.136-143, with Gregory Nagy, Muellner and Frame https://t.co/rpKLzwY22C
Read the Essay by Mary Lefkowitz; “A Stranger Comes to Thebes”. http://t.co/tvXVrNot
Read Online! “;The Aethiopis: Neo-Neoanalysis Reanalyzed” by Malcolm Davies https://t.co/VW4D7JV0d3
Read Hesiod's Cosmos by Jenny Strauss Clay. | Questia, Your Online Research Library: http://t.co/ucsDtD24
Read Euripides';”Medea”; with actor Paul O'Mahony http://t.co/J3i52vcmtK
Re: the Iliad "529 instances of...abstract nouns in speech(es), as against 90 in narrative (the Poet)" http://t.co/aFY7tax0
Quiz on Zeus' sons and Penelope. https://t.co/M1vKlHVDte
Quiz on Rubens' abduction in Prado. https://t.co/kgPOuHGyn6
"Q; Why is a Greek temple a good place that sleep?
A; You can lay your head on a pillar"
"Q; Why did the kitchen cleaner's job remind her of the Iliad?
A. It was a study in ancient grease
"Q; Why did Odysseus, Ajax and Phoenix walk out of the bar where Achilles worked?
A: Achilles was lyre-ing at them"
"Q; How do you greet Cerberus?
A; Hello, hello, hello!
"Q; what did Polyphemus say to his sweetheart?
A; You are the one-eye care for.
"Q; What did one greek god call out to the others?
A; Are you deaf or can you eros?
Pythian 3.83 “Fools make nothing of either.(good or bad) The noble turn both to advantage folding pain within & showing beauty without."
Pythian 3.21 " men which dishonors what is at home and looks far away, hunting down empty air with hopes that can't be fulfilled."
Pythagoreans: they could not only hear daimones, but even see them, http://t.co/usQgsjp1
Prolegomena to a Study of Eros on Roman Provincial Coinage: Introduction http://t.co/4nWOKaZK
Project: "Antigone" in High School https://t.co/eraErA8xGK
Professor Gregory Nagy discusses with Hour 25 the epic cycle, through the metaphor of the chariot wheel http://t.co/WyLzlhxqxv
Professional Nagy and Friends discussing ring composition among other things. http://t.co/5EWephm9jP