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Homer and the Epics: Wine, Poets, and Performers in Ancient Greece Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculptures of the Hellenistic World
Two Incredible Exhibits "Homer and the Epics: Wine, Poets, and Performers in Ancient Greece" at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston! It's exciting, kid-friendly, and interactive! A must see!!!

"Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculptures of the Hellenistic World" at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC until March 20, 2016. The exhibit that features amazing bronze statues never before seen in the United States, including "The Runner."


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Samons VideoListen to the videotaped talk by Professor Jay Samons, Boston University, with introduction by Nicholas Kourtis of the Alpha Omega Council. Learn about the lives and of Greek soldiers and the war armor and weapons they used in classical times. This HCAM taping was arranged by the 26.2 Foundation.

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Click to hear Gregory Maguire read his story, Athlete MFA curator Christine Kondoleon explains the story behind a narrative vase painting Click to see Evi perform a story about Apollo and Daphne Click to see Evi perform a story about Apollo and Daphne

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