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The Bardot Group also has underway a poster illustrative of the 15th, 14th and 13th centuries BC. Our art rendering below shows the full results in miniature. We shall be publishing the poster in two sizes, 48" long by 37" wide, and in Jumbo by proportional upsizing from a 47" width.

This Poster can be ordered now for purchase in its several large dimensions through alerting S W Bardot at I shall respond with the cost of your preference, which will include shipping and handling of the mailing cylinder in which the scrolled poster will be rolled.

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168th Bardot Blog: Medea & the PreClassical Tradition of Mythic Literature & Interpretation

A Young Irene Pappas in the dramatic role of Medeia Most regular readers of these Bardot Blog postings can’t readily appreciate the prehistoric syntheses that alienate the Bardot Group from the subject tradition of scholarship and literary interpretation. Long offered … Continue reading

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