Syracuse & Dio Chrysostom

I have put online a history of Syracuse. The story of the famous Athenian siege of the capital of Sicily was already online; more photos will follow as soon as I find some time. The photo shows the quarry in which the Athenians were held captured.

Bill continues with Dio Chrysostom: Discourses  11 (Troy was never captured), 49 (A Refusal of an Archontship), 57 (Nestor), 61 (Chryseis), and 62 (Kingship and Tyranny) are now available

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