Posts Tagged ‘selinunte’

stone used to build the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte

Cave di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily, that was the source of stone used to build the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte. This site was quarried beginning in the 6th century BC until it was abandoned in 409 BC when the city was captured by the Carthaginians. Look at the […]

Selinunte’s Mythological Metopes

From Colors of Europe Selinunte, now in the municipality of Castelvetrano, was probably founded in 657 BC by people from Megara Hyblaea. Once the westernmost Greek colony in Sicily, it stands today as Europe’s biggest archaeological park. The city’s urban layout started developing in the early decades of the 6th century. It was monumentalized between […]

Russell O’Phobe: The importance of effective scaremongering and keeping factual information out of your anti-Russia hit piece article

     From Russell O’Phobe to all journalists working on Russia-related stories in the media Dear Friends & Colleagues, I want to begin this missive by pointing to some of the success stories that we have seen over the past few weeks, before going on to issue what I believe is a necessary warning about some […]

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