**excerpt from a manuscript in progress** Arriving at the Hypogeum was a feat in itself, and to be honest, I … Continue Reading The Hypogeum: The Liberation of Descending
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The goddess Artemis has been worshipped in many forms, but one of the most unique forms of her embodiment is … Continue Reading Searching for the Cave of Artemis the Bear
NAXXAR Pronounced nashaar this small quiet town in the south of Malta is more of a jewel than I imagined. … Continue Reading Public Buses Are The Bane of My Existence 🤦🏼♀️
LEAVING So I booked the flight, one way only, booked the hotel, with a strong cancellation policy, and FINALLY, I … Continue Reading Travelling in a Time of COVID-19
So much of the search for Artemis remains uncovered. Of the 165(ish) temples that I’ve listed in my doctoral research, only less than a third have been recognized by both scholars and archaeological projects.
Apankhomene, the strangled goddess, is another surname of Artemis. Tradition claims that in the neighbourhood of the town of Caphyae … Continue Reading The Strangled Goddess