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GREECE: Spirits of the Ancients®

Showcasing the amazing times, stories and accomplishments from 1,500 years of ancient Greece through the eyes of the ancients themselves.  Please make a donation of any size to help with finishing funds for Greece: Spirits of the Ancients® (Learn more...)


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

Comments:

What I have seen of Dr. Stathis' 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.

                   -- Professor Apostolos N. Athanassakis, Argyropoulos Chair 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.  He was also a contributing scholar to the IMAX Movie Greece: Secrets of the Past.

More comments can be seen on our testimonials page.

Partial Credits:

Locations used under Permission:
Hellenic Ministry of Culture (All Ephorates and Museums)
Center for the Study of the Acropolis
Ministero della Cultura, Italy
Rome Film Commission
Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Turkey
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Maritime Museum, Pireaus

Music Used under License from FM Records (Greece)
FM    808,    Secular Music of Greek Antiquity-Vol. 1,
by Petros Tabouris
FM    809,    Secular Music of Greek Antiquity-Vol. 2
by Petros Tabouris
FM 653,    Music of Greek Antiquity
by Petros Tabouris

Stock Footage:
https://www.CelebrateGreece.com
Pond5
Karpeles Manuscript Library & Museum
Art Resource
Scala
Boston College Dept. of Archaeology
Gennadius Library, American School
  of Classical Studies, Athens
British School at Athens
German Archaeological Institute, Athens
NASA, https://visibleearth.nasa.gov/
Earth Observatory Team, https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/
Space Telescope Science Institute
Worrigee Multimedia (Australia)
Private War Museum (Giorgios), Areopolis

Museum Replicas Courtesy of:
Lioulias Museum Replicas (Athens)
It's All Greek (London)

Digitized Imagery, Parthenon Frieze,
Provided by Dr. Dimitrios Pandermalis (New Acropolis Museum)


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