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By: Stefanie

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 00:59:33 +0000

Hmm, I think I like Herakles' shiedl better.



By: Sylvia

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 19:31:29 +0000

That site has a picture of Achilles' shield too.



By: Stefanie

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 01:52:42 +0000

Heather, it is my experience that nerds are wonderful people :) Dorothy, unless some new evidence is dug up in some yet to be found ancient ruins, I don't think we will ever be certain is Heisod is the author of this fragment, but it works for now. I expect Achilles' shield will be even more elaborate than Herakles' Courntey, I flirted with regret yesterday but then just got annoyed that the winter had been so mild the inevitable below zero days seemed even worse. If only it had been a "real" winter, -16 would have been no big deal ;)



By: Courtney

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 00:37:13 +0000

It is SO COLD here, too. SO COLD. - 15 kind of cold. Do you sort of regret our sisterly demand for real winter back around Christmas time?



By: Dorothy W.

Tue, 06 Feb 2007 23:01:10 +0000

Do stay warm! When I read your post title I got confused and thought you might have been talking about the shield of Achilles, but no -- it'll be interesting to see the comparison when you get there. It's inevitable but troubling when we can't be sure who wrote what -- I'd hate to think that something we are confident was written by a certain author really wasn't.