The sacred geography of ancient Greece.


 parthenon 500 The sacred geography of ancient Greece.

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The sacred geography of Ancient Greece.
The ancient Greek wised men claimed that the ancient Greek sanctuaries and cities were not founded in random places,
but there was a mathematical and geometrical link between them.
This claim meant to be proved nowadays by the use of modern resources.
The equal distances between cities and sanctuaries that continually are being discovered, is the evidence that ancient Greece is a vast geometric world.
The huge question is how the ancient Greek succeeded to use perfectly such a technology without the modern tools we have today?
Which is the lost knowledge that it hasn’ t been reached nowadays?

A big thanks to my dear friend Kassandreia for the translation in English

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