Myrmidons of Aegina

The Myrmidons were an ancient nation of Greek mythology, the soldiers commanded by Achilles. The name in Classical Greek was interpreted as “ant-people”, from murmekes, “ants”—was first mentioned by Ovid, in Metamorphoses: in Ovid’s telling, the Myrmidons were simple worker ants on the island of Aegina. Here is a collection of published portraits in magazines from the modern Myrmidons of Aegina island.


ClientBlue Magazine, Taxidia, PeopleServicesPhotographyYear2011-2019

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