ZeusGuide is a travel and cultural guide to Greece based on Nigel McGilchrist’s awarded books enriched for the web with additional content.
Nigel McGilchrist is an art-historian who has lived, worked and taught in the Mediterranean area for over 30 years. He began learning ancient Greek at school at the age of eleven, and was a scholar both at Winchester College and at Merton College, Oxford. After graduating with a First from Oxford in 1978 he traveled in the Near East, and then settled in Italy where he taught at the University of Rome, worked for the Ministero dei Beni Culturali (the Italian Ministry of Arts) in the field of conservation of wall-paintings, and established the Anglo-Italian Institute in Rome to introduce British university students to the art and history of the city of Rome.
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