Supplementary Images

‘Heracles got his club’ (Ο Ηρακλής πήρε το ρόπαλό του)

This page contains supplementary images (or links to images) as referred to in '‘Heracles got his club’ (Ο Ηρακλής πήρε το ρόπαλό του): the reception of Herakles in the modern Greek press' by Andreas Michalopoulos for the Modern Hercules volume (vol. 1); Editors: Alistair Blanshard (Queensland) and Emma Stafford (Leeds). Please note that the image thumbnails have been cropped to their centre by the page template used. These images are clickable and will then show in a full version.

Choreanthis, K. (2007) Ηρακλής (‘Herakles’), Athens: Kedros; Mandilaras, F. (2008) Ο Ηρακλής (‘Herakles’), Athens: Papadopoulos; Kapoutsi, S. (2011) Ηρακλής. Οι δώδεκα άθλοι (‘Herakles. The twelve labours’), Athens: Diaplasi; Dikaiou, Ε. (2013) Ο Ηρακλής και οι άθλοι του (‘Herakles and his labours’), Athens: Patakis; Zarabouka, S. (2015) Ηρακλής. Οι άθλοι του δεν τελειώνουν ποτέ (‘Herakles. His labours never end’), Athens: Patakis;
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These teams come from various regions of Greece.
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This selection includes those from Great Britain, Italy, South Africa and 'the World'.
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Here the emblem of Iraklis F.C. (founded in 1908 and featuring the Farnese Hercules) appears on a 2005 stamp issued by the Greek Republic.
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These include Philip of Macedon, Alexander the Great, Herodotus and Archelaus.
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The headline used by the (now discontinued) sports website www.trifylli.gr, when reporting Herakles’ (Iraklis F.C.'s) financial problems.
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The front page of the print edition of the newspaper Kathimerini, 24 January 2018.
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This cartoon was published in the weekly satirical newspaper ‘Το Ποντίκι’ (‘The Mouse’) on 25 February 2018. The caption reads: (Ancient Greek man to Herakles) “So you mean to say you can clean the Augean dung without disturbing the holy cows”? (Herakles): “So I can’t, can I?” The satirical magazine also has a website (http://www.topontiki.gr/).
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