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University of Cambridge > Talks.cam > Classical Reception Discussion Group > 'A Twenty First century ancient Greek play': an interview with Helen Eastman, director of the 2013 Cambridge Greek play in Greek, currently in rehearsal.
'A Twenty First century ancient Greek play': an interview with Helen Eastman, director of the 2013 Cambridge Greek play in Greek, currently in rehearsal.
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