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Her research interests include classical drama, nineteenth and twentieth-century receptions of the classics, and modern Greek intellectual history. We hope you enjoy the quotes from the Ancient Greek Philosophers - and reflect upon what it truly means to 'Know Thyself' as the foundation for living wisely. Hence arose, at an after period, their fondness for pantomime, of which the art was carried to the greatest perfection in the time of Augustus. She had the body of a serpent, a hundred serpent "feet," and a scorpion's tale.

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