Thermopylae and the Spartan Military Mystique

Microsoft Teams online event
Wednesday 20th October 2021 (17:00-18:00)
For further information, contact Dr Chrysanthi Gallou.
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Black and white line drawing of a crowd of warriors in robes bowing their heads before a shadowed figure who gestures over them.  ‘Leonidas and his companions devoting themselves to death’ is written at the bottom of the image.

Thermopylae and the Spartan military mystique

Join leading academics for a discussion about understanding Thermopylae and its role in helping advance Spartan military reputation.

All are very welcome. Free to attend. 


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(Image caption: ‘Leonidas and his companions devoting themselves to death’. Source:  The illustrated history of the world, published 1881-1884.)


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