Why they have the Greek Statues Small Penis?

By |2018-11-17T00:13:14+00:0011 September 2017|Anecdotes and curiosities, Greece, Daily life Costume Company, Ancient history|

The Bronze Statues, also with a small penis you ever wondered why the Greek statues representing heroes, warriors, philosophy, eminent sports and still great characters, [...]

Purple Carrots in Antiquity

By |2018-10-31T20:08:55+00:0023 October 2015|Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Great Civilizations, Greece, Middle Ages, Roma, Ancient history, Contemporary history, Modern history|

Flower carrot in a 800 release. The carrots were once purple Accustomed always see them a bright sun orange may seem strange, male [...]

Ancient Greece: Sophocles “towed” and Robbed by a Young

By |2014-10-21T06:37:59+00:0021 October 2014|Anecdotes and curiosities, Greece, Ancient history|

Sophocles Being great artists is not safe from problems of life and does not guarantee any protection against rotating dodger. He knew something Sophocles, author of tragedies among [...]

Alexander the Great was a “drunkard”? A New Hypothesis on the Death

By |2014-07-18T20:07:27+00:0018 July 2014|Anecdotes and curiosities, Greece, Ancient history|

Face of Alexander the Great Can you imagine Alexander the Great, almost mythical leader, while drunk with liters of wine? Yet it was the Macedonian usual way to celebrate [...]

Painting and History: The Beautiful Naked courtesan Phryne Before the Judges

By |2014-06-21T02:02:11+00:0021 June 2014|Anecdotes and curiosities, Events Characters Politics, Greece, Ancient history|

Phryne stands naked before the judges, Jean-Leon Gerome, 1861 In the image attached to the post you can admire a painting of Jean-Léon Gérome French, that in 1861, when it was created and subsequently exposed, [...]