Greek Fire at Literary Flits

18/06/2017 13:11

A review of Greek Fire and its Contribution to Byzantine Might was posted at Literary Flits.

"I bought this short scholarly work after having seen the wildfire episode of Game Of Thrones and discovering that there was actually a historical reality for the dramatic weapon. Although the Byzantine 'Greek Fire' or 'Liquid Fire' doesn't seem to have ever been described as bright green! Karatolios has investigated a wide variety of ancient sources and chronicles for mention of Greek Fire and this book is the pleasantly accessible result of his studies. Information is presented in clearly defined chapters in which both his knowledge and his teacher's desire to enthuse students (and readers) shine through. My only complaint I suppose would be that the book is so short!"

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A review of Greek Fire and its Contribution to Byzantine Might was posted at Literary Flits.

"I bought this short scholarly work after having seen the wildfire episode of Game Of Thrones and discovering that there was actually a historical reality for the dramatic weapon. Although the Byzantine 'Greek Fire' or 'Liquid Fire' doesn't seem to have ever been described as bright green! Karatolios has investigated a wide variety of ancient sources and chronicles for mention of Greek Fire and this book is the pleasantly accessible result of his studies. Information is presented in clearly defined chapters in which both his knowledge and his teacher's desire to enthuse students (and readers) shine through. My only complaint I suppose would be that the book is so short!"

You can visit the webpage here.



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A review of Greek Fire and its Contribution to Byzantine Might was posted at Literary Flits.

"I bought this short scholarly work after having seen the wildfire episode of Game Of Thrones and discovering that there was actually a historical reality for the dramatic weapon. Although the Byzantine 'Greek Fire' or 'Liquid Fire' doesn't seem to have ever been described as bright green! Karatolios has investigated a wide variety of ancient sources and chronicles for mention of Greek Fire and this book is the pleasantly accessible result of his studies. Information is presented in clearly defined chapters in which both his knowledge and his teacher's desire to enthuse students (and readers) shine through. My only complaint I suppose would be that the book is so short!"

You can visit the webpage here.



Διαβάστε περισσότερα: http://karatolios.webnode.com/news/greek-fire-at-literary-flits-a-review/

A review of Greek Fire and its Contribution to Byzantine Might was posted at Literary Flits.

"I bought this short scholarly work after having seen the wildfire episode of Game Of Thrones and discovering that there was actually a historical reality for the dramatic weapon. Although the Byzantine 'Greek Fire' or 'Liquid Fire' doesn't seem to have ever been described as bright green! Karatolios has investigated a wide variety of ancient sources and chronicles for mention of Greek Fire and this book is the pleasantly accessible result of his studies. Information is presented in clearly defined chapters in which both his knowledge and his teacher's desire to enthuse students (and readers) shine through. My only complaint I suppose would be that the book is so short!"

You can visit the webpage here.



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A review of Greek Fire and its Contribution to Byzantine Might, written by K onstantinos Karatolios  was posted by Literary Flits. You can read the review below or visit the webpage of the original post here.

"I bought this short scholarly work after having seen the wildfire episode of Game Of Thrones and discovering that there was actually a historical reality for the dramatic weapon. Although the Byzantine 'Greek Fire' or 'Liquid Fire' doesn't seem to have ever been described as bright green! Karatolios has investigated a wide variety of ancient sources and chronicles for mention of Greek Fire and this book is the pleasantly accessible result of his studies. Information is presented in clearly defined chapters in which both his knowledge and his teacher's desire to enthuse students (and readers) shine through. My only complaint I suppose would be that the book is so short!"