REDAKSIONEEL / EDITORIAL
AbstractAncient Sicily was one of the most interesting countries in the. Greek world. It had a turbulent history, including Greek colonisation, wars between Greeks and Carthaginians and wars between rival city states until they were all finally conquered by Rome. Sicily also made a valuable contribution to Greek literature, and it is amazing how many innovating writers and poets came from this island. I mention only a few of the most colourful personalities.
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