Gracefulness is a characteristic traditionally identified with classical Greece. It is true first of all for art, where Greek sculpture and poetry sets the measure since millennia. But it also applies for Greek myths, as no other mythology has the same kind of charming, enchanting, cunning and still almost childishly innocent character. Even further, grace was even part of Greek politics (Meier 1987). Not surprisingly, classical Greece has been described as the ‘age of grace’ (MacLachlan 1993).