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The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the relationship between education (?????) and competition (????) in Sparta in the context of the Olympic Games of ancient Hellas

Se investigó el comportamiento alimenticio de Dendrocephalus spartaenovae, determinando las tasas de filtración e ingestión de tres grupos de edades, comprendidas entre 3-4, 10-11 y 17-18 días de vida, usando diferentes concentraciones de un monocultivo d... see more

This article examines a Cretan genealogy present in the work of the Spartan poet Cinaethon (VII-VI B.C.) and reported by Pausanias (VIII 53.5). This genealogy considers Rhadamanthys to be the son of Hephaistos, who was in turn son of Talos, son of Kres th... see more

The article examines the representation and use of the figure of Cicero in two films by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Julius Caesar and Five Fingers, and in Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus. By comparing these films with the original theatrical and... see more

This article examines a Cretan genealogy present in the work of the Spartan poet Cinaethon (VII-VI B.C.) and reported by Pausanias (VIII 53.5). This genealogy considers Rhadamanthys to be the son of Hephaistos, who was in turn son of Talos, son of Kres th... see more

The heroic defence of the Greeks at the battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC, in particularly the 300 Spartans who stood to the last man against the much larger Persian force, prompted comic book writer and illustrator Frank Miller to retell ... see more

In the Life of Lycurgus, Plutarch appears to say that Plato embracedthe Spartan constitution as a socio-political ideal. This claimgenerates a puzzle. On the one hand, the Republic’s preferred formof government, a meritocratic aristocracy, is incompatible... see more

Translation has always been considered a communication tool among different cultures and languages. Hence, the investigation of translations across history can reflect the dominant translational approaches and strategies in a specific era. The present stu... see more

AbstractThis article examines the surviving verse of Tyrtaeus of Sparta as Httérature engagée, and thus pursues the theme of a similar article on Solon of Athens (Literator 9(2), 1988:1-16). The Spartan poet used the elegiac form for two main purposes: (1... see more

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