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Γεμίζοντας νερό στη Λευκάδα το 1956..φωτ,Τάκης Τλούπας

Γεμίζοντας νερό στη Λευκάδα το 1956..φωτ,Τάκης Τλούπας

Why a parade for Greek Independence. Ottoman Rule / Tourkokratia - Conditions for Greek Revolution (1453-1821)

Why a parade for Greek Independence. Ottoman Rule / Tourkokratia - Conditions for Greek Revolution (1453-1821)

Theodoros Kolokotronis  -  leader  of the greek revolution   [ 1821 ]

Theodoros Kolokotronis - leader of the greek revolution [ 1821 ]

Declaration of Greek Revolution 1821, Patras

Declaration of Greek Revolution 1821, Patras

Papaflessas (Fair Gregory) fought bravely during the 1821 revolution. He commanded Greek forces at the battle of Maniaki where he was kiled. The Turkish troops feared him so much that they beheaded his body at the end of the battle to make sure that he was dead

Papaflessas (Fair Gregory) fought bravely during the 1821 revolution. He commanded Greek forces at the battle of Maniaki where he was kiled. The Turkish troops feared him so much that they beheaded his body at the end of the battle to make sure that he was dead

Laskarina Bouboulina (1771-1825) on 1000 Drachmai 1970 Banknote from Greece. Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821

Laskarina Bouboulina (1771-1825) on 1000 Drachmai 1970 Banknote from Greece. Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821

Laskarina Bouboulina (Greek: Λασκαρίνα Μπουμπουλίνα, pronounced [laskaˈrina bubuˈlina]), 11 May 1771 – 22 May 1825) was a Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821, and an Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. She bought arms and ammunition at her own expense and brought them secretly to Spetses in her ships, to fight "for the sake of my nation."

Laskarina Bouboulina (Greek: Λασκαρίνα Μπουμπουλίνα, pronounced [laskaˈrina bubuˈlina]), 11 May 1771 – 22 May 1825) was a Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821, and an Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. She bought arms and ammunition at her own expense and brought them secretly to Spetses in her ships, to fight "for the sake of my nation."

The execution of Archbishop Kyprianos of Cyprus

The execution of Archbishop Kyprianos of Cyprus

Taking the bless of the Church before battle 1821

Taking the bless of the Church before battle 1821

25η Μαρτίου - Ελληνική Επανάσταση - Greek Revolution - 1821

25η Μαρτίου - Ελληνική Επανάσταση - Greek Revolution - 1821


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THALASSA COLLECTION In Greek history and mythology, Thalassa the Sea is the source from which all life has come and on which all life relies.

THALASSA COLLECTION In Greek history and mythology, Thalassa the Sea is the source from which all life has come and on which all life relies.

Apollo  God of the Sun, Medicine & the Arts

Greek Mythology Family Tree

Apollo God of the Sun, Medicine & the Arts

Mr. Griffith's Year 12 Resources - A collection of links and resources for Ancient History covering Delian League, Lycurgos, Agoge & Spartan Society.

Mr. Griffith's Year 12 Resources - A collection of links and resources for Ancient History covering Delian League, Lycurgos, Agoge & Spartan Society.

10.2 Option I:	Greece: Spartan society to the Battle of Leuctra 371 BC A collection of materials for the study of Ancient Sparta:

10.2 Option I: Greece: Spartan society to the Battle of Leuctra 371 BC A collection of materials for the study of Ancient Sparta:

The Archaic period in #Greece (800 BC – 480 BC) was a period of ancient Greek history that followed the #Greek Dark Ages. This period saw the rise of the polis (city-states) and the founding of colonies, as well as the first inklings of classical philosophy, theatre in the form of tragedies performed during Dionysia, and written poetry, which appeared with the reintroduction of the written language, lost during the Greek Dark Ages. The term archaic covers these cultural aspects as well.

The Archaic period in #Greece (800 BC – 480 BC) was a period of ancient Greek history that followed the #Greek Dark Ages. This period saw the rise of the polis (city-states) and the founding of colonies, as well as the first inklings of classical philosophy, theatre in the form of tragedies performed during Dionysia, and written poetry, which appeared with the reintroduction of the written language, lost during the Greek Dark Ages. The term archaic covers these cultural aspects as well.

Marble bust of a Spartan warrior, thought by some to be that of Leonidas, infamous king who held the pass at Thermopylae. When Xerxes requested them to lay down their arms and surrender, he replied 'Molon labe' - 'come and take them'.

Marble bust of a Spartan warrior, thought by some to be that of Leonidas, infamous king who held the pass at Thermopylae. When Xerxes requested them to lay down their arms and surrender, he replied 'Molon labe' - 'come and take them'.

Greek history map

Greek history map

Greek Independence Day, national holiday celebrated annually in Greece on March 25, commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821. It coincides with the Greek Orthodox Church’s celebration of the Annunciation to the Theotokos, when the Archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that she would bear the son of God.

Greek Independence Day, national holiday celebrated annually in Greece on March 25, commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821. It coincides with the Greek Orthodox Church’s celebration of the Annunciation to the Theotokos, when the Archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that she would bear the son of God.

Λουί Ντυπρέ: “Νικολάκης Μητρόπουλος” - Louis Dupre: Salona 1821

Λουί Ντυπρέ: “Νικολάκης Μητρόπουλος” - Louis Dupre: Salona 1821

Athanasios Diakos (1788 – 24 April 1821), was a Greek military commander during the Greek War of Independence and a national hero,

Athanasios Diakos (1788 – 24 April 1821), was a Greek military commander during the Greek War of Independence and a national hero,

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