The Acropolis Magazine
In ancient Athens the Acropolis, literally meaning the High City, was the place which supported the highest ideals of the people.
The Acropolis magazine is inspired by this concept and aims to share eclectic content, combining all the major endeavours of philosophy, art, science, education and culture.
Over the course of 2023, The Acropolis Magazine will publish our four quarterly editions delving into the four essential aspects of culture as understood in antiquity; Art, Politics, Science and Religion.
For Spring, we celebrate the ideal of Beauty, a new cycle filled with Youth and possibility. What better way than exploring the power of Art to bring that sense of timeless beauty to the human being.
We hope you enjoy!
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The Irish Renaissance
In times of crisis it is often easy to become stuck, frozen by the uncertainty of what the future holds. We can become trapped in
Genius of the Northern Renaissance – Albrecht Dürer
If you were asked to name an artist of the Renaissance who was a superb painter, draughtsman, and skilled in science and mathematics, you would
The Political Ideas of Ancient Greece
A question we can reflect upon is whether we have achieved the best we can in terms of social form of organization. We’ve been told
The Gutenberg Printing Press
The world before the printing press arrived was very different to the one we know today. There were very limited printing capabilities in Europe and
The Universe as an Answer
We often speak about the stars, the planets, the animals, the sky, the Earth, water or snow and we forget the real sense and meaning
The Alchemy of Paul Klee
Paul Klee was a Swiss-born German artist, who lived from 1879 – 1940. He is regarded today as one of the giants of early 20th