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Temple of Castore and Polluce

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  • Day108

    I said 'Doric' columns dear, D O R ic

    February 12 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 13 °C

    + Heracles. Men chisled these stones 2600 years ago,
    + The temples were sited up high so that they could be seen from the sea.
    + Juno (without an invasion of American tourists)
    + Girgentana goat. The breed originated in the Markhor or Falconeri goat of Afghanistan and Baluchistan. Some say Greeks and some say Arabs first introduced them to Sicily. Now nearly extinct, it is slowly recovering numbers through action by the 'Slow food' movement.
    + Castor and Pollux
    + Agrigento, a town of built like Tower Hamlets: cheap blocks too close together and too many of them.
    All these names are imaginative guesswork. The dating is scientific, but meaning is very difficult to ascribe.
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