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Greek Statues Were Painted

(Extracts from an article by Matthew Gurewitsch published in the Smithsonian magazine in July 2008) “My life and fortunes are a monstrosity,” moans Helen of Troy in a play by Euripides: “Partly because of Hera, partly because of my beauty. … Continue reading

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