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Greece: Spirits of the Ancients

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Showcasing the amazing times, stories and accomplishments from 1,500 years of ancient Greece through the eyes of the ancients themselves. 

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Greece: Spirits of the Ancients

Showcasing the amazing times, stories and accomplishments from ancient Greece that have touched many individuals, societies and cultures of our world.  This program combines ancient art interactively placed in its actual historical locations inviting audiences to experience Greece through the eyes of the ancients themselves.

In this program, Greece...Spirits of the Ancients, we return to Ancient Greece via the verbal and visual melding of original literature, modern archaeology, historical locations, and actual ancient artistic representations of stories covered.  Show topics include: The value of chivalry and honor in avenging Paris-Prince of Troy-for his abduction of Helen of Troy, the face that launched a thousand ships; the maturing of man in Homer’s Odyssey; the exploits of the honorable and brave, yet, vulnerable Achilles of the Trojan War; the tragedy befalling the victorious, yet, betrayed King Agamemnon; the adventures of Perseus and the minotaur, the half-bull-half-man creature; the ill-fated flight of Icarus who flew too close to the sun; the dramatic eruption and sinking of an Atlantis paradise and the biblical plagues that followed; a young prince Jason sailing with his Argonaut crew in search of the coveted Golden Fleece; and, the Greek hero of heroes, Hercules, who labored tirelessly to achieve forgiveness and reconciliation with Zeus, his divine father on Mt. Olympus and then persevered onward to found THE OLYMPIC GAMES in which we all participate in today.

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Showcasing the amazing times, stories and accomplishments from 1,500 years of ancient Greece through the eyes of the ancients themselves.

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Sample visual storyboard from the documentary, "Greece: Spirits of the Ancients," depicting the Trojan War.  ©Moonfloss Productions, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.

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Greece: Spirits of the Ancients
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What I have seen of CelebrateGreece.com's video impresses me enormously.  Image and subtle effect capture the immortal spirit, the soul of Greece...Mine is a very strong endorsement of his work.

                   -- Prof. Apostolos N. Athanassakis, Professor Emeritus in Hellenic Studies, University of California, Department of Classics, Santa Barbara. Author of: The Homeric Hymns; The Orphic Hymns; and Hesiod: Theogony, Works and Days, Shield. Professor Athanassakis was seen on the History Channel's presentation of The Rise and Fall of the Spartans.

 


I endorse CelebrateGreece.com's vision of the genius of the ancient Greeks and the value of studying their achievements.

                   -- Professor Paul Cartledge, Emeritus Chair and Professor in Classics, Cambridge University Department of Classics, Cambridge, England. Prof. Cartledge has been seen in many television documentaries and he is the author of many, many books.!

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