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“I really liked the idea of a piece that is part of a larger story and part of an ongoing story and also to create a piece of Greek history.
I think this is a great way to engage with the story of the ancient Greeks, especially the story that they told, because you are going to find that these stories are not just an extension of the classical mythos, but that they really were part of the fabric of the world,” said Paulina Ephron, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh and author of Greek Phonetics: A Critical Study of the Ancient Greek Phonoography.
“It’s not a new story.
The story of ancient Greece is not something new, it’s very rich and it’s rich in meaning.
This is a wonderful way to celebrate the story.”
Ephron is one of the foremost experts on the origins of the Greek alphabet and its relationship to writing, as well as the history of writing itself.
She says the work is an attempt to capture and preserve this history in the modern world.
“The word is the beginning of the alphabet.
The Greek alphabet was written in a way that had its own history and a very different way of understanding the world than we have today.
We are not living in the same world as our ancestors,” Ephlon said.
“We are living in a different world.”
The Greek alphabet is based on the Latin alphabet, which was invented around 500 B.C.E. Ephon said that while the Greeks were the first to write down the words of the original Greek alphabet, there was another, more ancient alphabet known as the Archaic that was also used in Athens and other cities.
It has its own way of thinking and a different language, which makes it very difficult to understand, Ephion said.
“In this case, you have a kind of a different kind of language.
We’re not speaking the same language anymore.
And it’s in a very ancient language,” she said.
While the work uses a large number of images from the archaeological finds made during excavations of ancient sites in the country, EPhron said the overall goal is to create something that will not only inspire students but also those who are interested in the history and culture of Greece.
“I hope that these images of ancient art will stimulate the imagination of those who study ancient Greek history, Greek language, and Greek literature,” she added.
The work is scheduled to open in Athens, the country’s second largest city.
The exhibition will run through July 6 and includes a range of sculptures and sculptures of different ages and styles.