G. Spalenka

They swept forth when most of the Earth was virgin, and their war-cry sounded terror in a world not yet tuned to the clap of megatons.
The ancient Greeks portrayed them in gorgeous hues-as oppressors of men, as young and beautiful maidens vehemently unfeminine but rarely unwomanly.  In peace they could assume the allurements of the coquette.  In war, when the lust of conquest raised them above mercy and laughter, they impiously outbattled armies of men.
Their horsemanship and archery commanded admiration when not inspiring dread.

All the generations born since they vanished after the fall of Troy have been touched by the wonder of them.
Today, after three millenniums, their ability to inspire has not abated.


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