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Uncategorized 14.February.2018

‘O love, invincible in battle!’

Eros, the Greek god of love and sexual desire (the word eros, which is found in the Iliad by Homer, is a common noun meaning sexual desire), a force.

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Uncategorized 29.October.2017

Why Study the Classics?

Why study the Classics? Classics offers, at least on a superficial analysis, little in the way of short-term gains or practical real-world benefit. Have you heard about all of.

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Uncategorized 01.October.2017

Astronomers Date 2,500-Year-Old Poem

For centuries, scholars have mined the verse of Greek lyric poet Sappho, Plato’s “tenth Muse“, for clues about her life. Her biography remains speculation: Most of her poetry was lost, and what’s.

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Uncategorized 11.August.2017

Our story so far

Mentor was created in late 2014, focusing on cultural/educational tourism, the management of cultural organisations, as well as the strategic tourism development planning of areas with strong cultural character..

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Uncategorized 01.July.2017

The eternal quest for eudaemonia

Why some people are successful and happy, while others are not? Who are the modern successful people? What was the definition of being successful in ancient times? Do we.

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Uncategorized 14.May.2017

A Tribute to Mothers

When it comes to Mother’s Day we naturally turn to mothers close to us to express our appreciation and love for them for everything they have done for the.

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