|And the winner is Mike, by a nose!|
|Athenians honoring an allied city
following the Peleponnesian war
by writing their contractual
allegiance in stone. The goddess
Athena and and Hera are shaking
hands on the final agreement.
|Athens has completely given up the
war on graffiti, and it covers the city.
People work, play and sell their
goods surrounded by a sea of
spray painted scribbles.
Popular Greek children’s names.
Oh my my, that fine specimen
would be Zeus, cast in bronze
about 460 B.C. (His right hand
should be holding a thunderbolt.)
He was found in the sea off
the coast of Greece.
|Street vendors in Athens have these
wonderful seeded pretzels on every
corner of the city. Zeus probably
didn’t eat too many of these!