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THE EKTHESIS OF CYRUS THE GREAT: A CASE STUDY OF HEROICITY VERSUS BASTARDY IN CLASSICAL ATHENS
This article explores two contrasting accounts of the exposure of Cyrus the Elder: the lengthy version in Herodotus, replete with characteristics of the infancy of royal mythological heroes, and thatExpand
The Burial of the Missing Victims of Maritime disasters: fact and fiction in Euripides' "Helen"
Euripides’ Helen includes a reference, unique of its kind in Greek tragedy and in the ancient sources, to the burial ceremony of a man who died at sea following a shipwreck (nauagos) and whose bodyExpand