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    Xenia (the ancient custom concerning hospitality toward guests and strangers) was of great importance in classical antiquity. Can you think of any examples of Xenia within The Odyssey?



    I don’t think such thing existed as ancient hospitality? Have you ever visited the ruins of ancient Greek towns? Do you really think there was room and space for hospitality? Gosh, I guess if you are asked to write something on that, you will fail.



    I guess I will fail too, because frankly speaking, the quality of education is plummeting. Especially now, when everybody is more concerned about politics and virology rather than stupid works or ancient Greeks. So my professor has not given a damn about our essays. I have to ask writemyessays.me service to help me, because otherwise I will degrade!

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