|With Dr L. Papadopoulos and Sarah Poynder|
|Lecturing at 1000 Decibels|
Then to Rhodes where hundreds of Australian lawyers of Greek ancestry had invited me, along with Profs. Paul Cartledge and Adriaan Lanni, to tell them about the Athenians’ amazingly democratic legal system. Up first, I chose the comedic tactic and enacted, solo, all the roles in the trial in Aristophanes’ Wasps in which one household hound prosecutes another for stealing a Sicilian cheese.
|Cleon-Dog accuses Labes-Dog in Wasps|
|Hygieia with Head|
|Hippocrates, Asclepius, a Koan on Kos|
|Kitten under Hippocrates' Plane Tree in Kos|
Now watching the World Cup final in Fiumicino Airport, Rome, before returning to Blighty and Brexit Blues later tonight. I have suspended Reality for nine whole days. “It” may not be coming home, but I am, albeit reluctantly.