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Historie

Historie takes place in ancient Greece and follows the life of Eumenes and his childhood, who would later in his life grow up to be the secretary and general to Alexander the Great.

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Everywhere & Nowhere

Everywhere & Nowhere

Follow the time travelling adventures of best friends Anne Guildenstern and William Rosencrantz, as they explore, fight and flirt their way through history. Their first stop is Ancient Greece, where the pair find themselves at the right hand of a very charismatic Greek leader loved by men and women alike, who also may just be bringing his people to the brink of war.

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A Silent Greeting

A Silent Greeting

A woman waits in her chamber, yearning for her beloved to come back to her from a war in a distant land. Is he alive, or dead? Only the gods know, but she prays that he will return soon...

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Dancing in the Legendary Sea (Novel)

Dancing in the Legendary Sea (Novel)

Decades after Minotaur, the God of Crete, was eradicated. There was a new rumor in Delos, the sanctuary of ancient Greece. The beast that will confuse the outside world and the curse of the goddess. Rumor has it that ‘the goddess of artemis’ is in ruins. The main character of the rumor, Lokira, was born with horns on her head. ‘The horned monster shouldn’t go out into the world. ’‘You can’t even meet a man outside.’‘ If you leave the sanctuary, you never know when you’ll be hunted by someone.’ Maybe she’ll live the same life as he is. However, even in life, such as stagnant water in a jar, an unexpected event comes. A man with a scar on his face floated down. “As you can see, I’ve come to my senses. Let’s out of here. I killed a man.” Orionis: a man commonly called Orion. A hunter from Atlantis...

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Manga Classics: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Manga Classics: A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream portrays the events surrounding the marriage of the Duke of Athens, Theseus, and Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors (the mechanicals), who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest. The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular works for the stage and is widely performed across the world.

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Iliad Odyssey: Manga de Dokuha

Iliad Odyssey: Manga de Dokuha

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Manga Greece

Manga Greece

Manga version of the greatest Ancient Greek myths.

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Utae! Erinna

Utae! Erinna

Ancient Greece. In a time when women were not even permitted to step foot outdoors on their own... Erinna is a bit of a strange girl who aspires to join the ranks of Greece's finest artistsーthe poets. Taken under the wing of Sappho, the greatest poetess of her day, Erinna wholeheartedly ignores her maidenhood and domestic training to throw herself into song and harp! She'll be participating in a choir competition in the spring, but...?! Set in an Ancient Greek girls' school, experience the story of Erinna's wonderful youth with her best friend and upperclassmen!

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His Virgin Mistress

His Virgin Mistress

Demetri Kastro has dark suspicions about Joanna, the young and very attractive woman who has escorted his father home to Greece. Though the elderly millionaire is ill, Demetri is certain Joanna isn't what the doctor ordered! However, Demetri's attempts to dig beneath Joanna's coolly beautiful exterior reveal few clues as to the nature of her relationship with his father. She's giving nothing away...except an unwitting sexual attractiveness that Demetri finds hard to resist....

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The Greek's Seven-Day Seduction

The Greek's Seven-Day Seduction

Charlotte, who is a journalist, meets Iannis with sculpture-like beautiful coal-black hair on the Greek island of Iskos! with a desire to write about him, Charlotte approaches him and finds herself smitten; he has an arrogant side, but also gentlemanlike elegance. The two indulge in a passionate love affair, but one incident generates a doubt…! 

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