I will pay for the following article A Day in Athens. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. “The name of Athens in Ancient Greek was Athenai (pronounced roughly At-he-na). This is a plural form: the city was called (in what would translate into English as) The Athenses since it was originally a group of villages which coalesced into a city.” (athensinfoguide.com) The country has not only produced such intellectual giants like Acacius, Achaeus, Parmenides, Thales, the Seven Sages, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle and others, but also the poets, writers, painters, sculptors, and playwrights of exceptional talent including Achermus, Achilles, Aedesius, Bacchylides, Demetrius, Eubulides, Homer, Sophocles and others also belonged to that magnificent civilization that ruled over the entire world through the outstanding pieces of art, philosophy, literature, medicine, mathematics and science created in the ancient Greece, which enlightened almost all corners of the globe at large. “No other city has contributed more to the civilization of mankind than Athens. It is the place where Socrates was born, Plato, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and many others. It is the place that humanism and democracy were born. The intellectual light that Athens created will always be alive.” (Retrieved from sikyon.com) It was the moment of extreme delight for me when natures provided this young lady with a splendid opportunity of entering the ancient Athens, from the 21st century of technological revolution, and closely examine the political, social, cultural, economic and religious institutions on the one hand, and everyday life of the general public of ancient Athens on the other.
It was a golden Thursday morning of September 756 BCE, when I woke up from deep sleep, and found myself in the magical city of ancient Athens. The cool breeze was blowing touching delicately my feelings and emotions. I left the bed and helped the women in preparing breakfast. The women had put on very simple dresses just to protect their bodies from the intensity of the weather.