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an ancient Greek city on the slopes of Mount Parnassus

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Suffice it to say that London and Paris, the cities where I meet most theatre and theatremakers, are permeated with the work, styles and theatrical transplants of the world, and--thanks to the enterprise of festivals and interventions such as the London International Festival of Theatre, the Barbican Centre's BITE festival, the Festival d'Automne, the international center at Delphi, Greece, and the "Theatre Olympics" informal group of theatremakers from East and West organized by my friend Tadashi Suzuki--I could a list unfold which would make it quite clear that I'm not the blinkered Eurocentric Schechner assumes for the purposes of his sarcastic tirade.
British driver Richard Burns is on course to win his second rally of the season after leading the Acropolis Rally in Delphi, Greece, at the end of the first stage.
Most of the 15 papers included were presented at at the first open conference, held during July 2009 in Delphi, Greece.
Anthropologists, archaeologists, and scientists from various analysis techniques who are known for their work with the materials were invited to present papers at a February 2008 conference in Delphi, Greece.