Money doesn’t grow on trees, but it may be found in the bottom of a pit, at which point the family fortunes change overnight and all sorts of previously unthinkable possibilities become routine.
It was a story worth telling. The day had been lovely; the azure sea of the caldera sparkled in the bright sun and dolphins frolicked in the open waters beyond the cape
Once upon a time, there was a man of prodigious size and strength who was called Reprebus and was determined to discover the most mighty prince in the world. The first candidate was a Canaanite king
Icarius was an Athenian who spent his days in Icaria, a beautiful settlement at the foot of Mount Penteli.
Mount Taygetus dominated the skyline of ancient Sparta and inspired fear to any newborn male Spartan. Soon after the birth, the father brought the infant before a group of elders, who closely examined the child.
Pottery was ubiquitous in classical antiquity. At a time when metal was expensive, and glass was a luxury out of reach for the majority of households, clay became a cheap and durable material that could be employed for a bewildering variety of purposes
Eustathius of Thessalonica (c. 1115-1195) was an educated Byzantine scholar, who wrote commentaries on ancient Greek poets, theological treatises, and an account of the sack of Thessaloniki by the Romans in 1185.
Ancient Macedonia was endowed with abundant natural resources. There were fertile plains with navigable rivers extending far to the interior.
The Despotate of the Morea is a Study Abroad program that allows participants to delve into the process whereby two different cultures and societies mingle and create something new.
A long time ago, in an island far, far away, there lived a bronze giant called Talos. He was an automaton and circled the island three times each day, scanning the open sea for any sign of enemy ships.
The Cycladic Civilization is an innovative Study Abroad program designed to introduce participants to the beauty of the first culture to develop in the central Aegean Sea in Greece.