Thomas R. Martin
There's a hope for every woe, and a balm for every pain, but the first joys of our heart come never back again!Robert Gilfillan
Thomas R. Martin is Jeremiah O'Connor Professor of Classics at the College of the Holy Cross.
- Macedonians had their own language related to Greek, but the members that dominated Macedonian society routinely learned to speak Greek because they thought of temselves and indeed all Macedonians as Greek by blood.
- "Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times", Yale University Press, p. 188