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Poeti greci. Da Omero al VI secolo d.C. Testo greco a fronte
by V. Guarracino | Poetry
Registered by wingsouramwing of Genève, Genève Switzerland on 7/13/2013
Average 8 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by souram): travelling


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Journal Entry 1 by wingsouramwing from Genève, Genève Switzerland on Saturday, July 13, 2013

8 out of 10

Poesia ellenica antica. Ancient Greek poetry.
Among the poets quoted & published in this book one can find Pindaros (Pindar) This poet was famous for his poems praising the winners of Ancient Olympics winners (The "Epinikeiai", i.e. the Poems about the Victories at the Olympic Games). Around 330 BCE an uprising took place in Thebes in Greece (present-day Thiva, continental Greece, NW from Athens) and Alexander the Great punished the city by plundering and destroying it... but left untouched the birth house of Pindar.
I released this book at Bookcrossing Olympics, event Greco-Roman Wrestling: the first ever Olympics took place in Athens, Greece. Make a release as close to Athens as possible. The nearest release (in a direct line) wins.
The release spot is in Trieste. From Trieste, Italy, to Athens=738.810 miles as the crow flies. 


Journal Entry 2 by wingsouramwing at Via San Spiridione in Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia Italy on Saturday, July 13, 2013

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Released 3 yrs ago (7/13/2013 UTC) at Via San Spiridione in Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia Italy

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

The first marathon winner of the Modern Era Olympic Games (April 10, 1896) was a Greek shepherd, Spiridon Louis (1873-1940) As his 1st name is quite close to Spiridione... Spiridon is also praised as the main protector saint of the island of Corfu (Kerkira): remember Durrell's My Family and Other Animals :D.
Release spot not distant from via San Nicolo, St.Nicholas' Street as the Greek Orthodox Church in Trieste is dedicated to Agios Nikolaos.

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