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This is a collection of images, thoughts, and resources about Ancient Greece.
This site does not aspire to be a definitive and finite publication on the subject. Instead it exists in constant flux and evolves through time. Content is added as time allows in coherent, multi-page groupings informing one major topic at a time.
All images (with rare exceptions) are produced by the author, and essays reflect his knowledge and personal opinion as developed through research, college level coursework, historical sources, and other authoritative resources.
All content is original and every effort has been made to ensure the text accuracy of this site through extensively researched and on-site visits when possible. Direct quotes and sources are included in the text whenever necessary, and a bibliography is maintained.
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About the Author
Thomas Sakoulas is a Professor and Chair of the Art Department at the State University of New York, at Oneonta. He earned his MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland (1994), and his BFA from Florida International University in Miami Florida.
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