Nadia Peña Gallery Two
- “That Greece received seeds of culture, language, arts, and sciences from elsewhere strikes me as undeniable and is easily demonstrated in their sculpture, architecture, mythology, literature. Yet further reflection on these ideas leaves it just as certain, I believe, that the Greeks received all this as if they never had, that they endowed it with an entirely new nature, that in every way the ‘Beautiful’ in the truest sense of the word was most certainly their work.”
- -Herder, Another Philosophy of History (1774).
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