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Check out our new edition of Christopher Marlowe, as well as our plans for a Roman Perseus and for library of Shakespeare's sources and other Renaissance materials.
Congratulations to the city of Athens, 
newly named site of the 2004 Summer Olympic Games!

 Many are the sights to be seen in Greece, and many are the wonders to be heard; but on nothing does Heaven bestow more care than on the Eleusinian rites and the Olympic games.
Pausanias, Description of Greece 5.10.1

Hercules  The
Using the Perseus architecture catalog, Nicolas Stringos built a 1 cm:1.1 m scale model of the Parthenon on the Athenian Acropolis. Good work! 
Take a look at Nicolas' Parthenon model. 
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