Seikilos placed me here as a long-lasting sign of deathless remembrance. Another possible partial reconstruction could be. The find has been variously dated, but the first or second century AD is the most probable guess. According to one source the stele was then lost and rediscovered in Smyrna inat about the end of the Greco-Turkish War of — The Extant Melodies and Fragments.
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Seikilos Blog Saturday, January 24, Two kinds of censorship: the explicit one, in Cuba, where internet was banned. The implicit one, in the United States, where the media controls what the citizens will want to search in the internet anyway.
In , we had a military dictatorship with Leopoldo Fortunato Galtieri as the head of it. Now, more than twenty years later, it all seems pretty ridiculous.
What we were doing? What kind of a spell was that? What was that we were celebrating? And then, now seeing that documentary on the Berlin Wall, I saw the same: the Berlin Wall falling, and all those people with champagne in their hand, toasting for a new age, the cold war was over, and everyone was talking about… peace. Roger Waters then made a big statement against war, and it was suitable at that moment.
I remember Umberto Eco saying that humans were no longer able to think about wars, that humans finally grew up. How could we be so stupid to think that all those weapons would be destroyed, as there was no evident use for them? Well, maybe not the Russian bear, maybe the Swedes. More or less ten years later, the United States brought the Russian bear to his knees, and people began to talk about a new peaceful age.
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