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Paul Baxter

I like this post. I find the question of what the old Greeks really believed about their myths and how that played into their lives to be an interesting one. Not interesting enough so far to make me read the literature on the subject, but I'm curious.


Hey, Paul. Thanks for the kind word. You just earned a post on the subject of what the Greeks believed, how and when, coming soon.

You wonder how those poor fools could have believed all that stuff about gods and goddesses-- and then you consider some of the things we swallow today. Not much has changed.


Beautiful pics. Great blog.

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