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  • Besides, as is known beyond any doubt the notion of a virgin birth is due to a translation mistake when the hebrew word "alma", meaning "young woman" was translated into the Greek Septuaginta by the Greek word "parthenon", actually meaning "virgin".

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  • I mean, just look at pictures of the parthenon in greece, the statue of liberty, etc..

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  • The Greeks were concerned with enlightenment, and practically invented the art of philosophy - ontology & epistemology with a good dose of mathematics and geometry thrown in just to epicurean the ladies horizontal at the parthenon Saturday night.

    Made-up Aristotle quote? - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Actually I used to live next door to the parthenon house and it used to have a major cool parthenon.

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  • The former owner of the estate before it was sub-dived built a replica of the parthenon ie giving the now subdivided property the title of parthenon place. designarcade

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  • I read a book about the golden ratio a few years ago i wish i could recall it's name but its application to art is highly questionable to say the least - for example it was often claimed the parthenon conformed to the golden ratio - and it turns out it does - as does just about any building, as long as you decide where to measure it from.

    Fibonacci Patterns

  • Then at 50 million homes, the grand old parthenon will finally come down.

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  • BM found everytime excuses and arguments to keep the parthenon marbles, while 69% of British opinions support the idea of the return in Athens, their birth place.

    Not from (or to) the new Parthenon museum

  • The Professor, Gonick's bushy-mustached alter ego with an annoyingly squeaky voice and a floating, Max Headroom-like head, narrates. the CD's games, some more challenging than others, take place in the halls of history -- Cheops 'pyramid, the parthenon, and so forth.

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  • - I want to share this with my students - compare pyramids to the parthenon -- create models of their room or classroom - label pieces of the item and draw it out.

    Archive 2008-06-01


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