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While Plato believes that rest is primary and unrest is derivative, thus allowing the maximum space for choice, Thucydides sees Greekness, or rest, as derivative from barbarism, or unrest, and therefore as extremely fragile.
Porphyry cannot divest himself of the idea that Greekness must involve some sort of affirmation of the heritage of polytheism.
That was the source of his profound and impersonal respect for the Mediterranean and the luminous Juan Gris, and also the source of his somewhat inexplicable arousal at my Greekness.
Atalanta invited specific discussions of its Greekness.
Stephens' treatment of the Greek novels centers on how these texts construct Greekness through "Greek/non-Greek oppositions" [p.
For instance, Albanian immigrants call themselves Northern Epirotes when they are in Greece, hoping that the identification of the term with Greekness will facilitate their reception and improve their treatment in Greece.
Papers discuss such topics as dating the beginning of the ancient Olympics; the depiction of sport, Greekness, piety, and war in the writings of Herodotus; the social and political implications of Greek-style sport in Ptolemaic Egypt; the reception and transformation of Roman gladiatorial shows in the Greek-speaking east; the conditions of sports participation by boys and girls in ancient Rome; sport, war, and democracy in classical Athens; and the Greek ephebate (a military and physical training institution for young men) in the Roman period.
While Rome's reception of Greekness is highly complex, it has been generally observed that in Pompeii, Greek objects and Greek culture were (still) considered by many to be a sign of good breeding and affluent taste.
Some volunteers will see the pavilion as a way to spotlight, for example, Greekness in general.
As the entomology of phantasmagoria literally indicates, the meaning of such Greekness could easily mix with the popular mass entertainment of the gothic.
Greece's vital literary culture has been marginalized; one senses that readers mistake Kazantzakis's fictions for the essence of Greekness, and that Cavafy and Seferis have satisfied whatever appetite we have for poetic neo-Hellenism.
It remained for Richmond Lattimore to restore Homer's Greekness, in his version, first published in 1951.
This finely-rendered and produced scholarly work contains papers from the 2007 conference on Antiquity, Archaeology, and Greekness at the Benaki Museum, which focused on the role of antiquity and archaeology in forming the national identity of twenty-first century Greece.
At the turn of the twentieth century, an Orthodox identity in the Pontic region that founded itself on Greekness was encouraged by Greece, especially when the Ottoman Empire fell to pieces.
The two never meet after their childhood capture but they do exchange many letters, and Ismail's awakened Greekness begins to paralyze him, especially when the fighting in Crete moves to the very village in which he and his brother had been raised.