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Φτιάξιμο σκούπας στο Ομόλιο Λάρισας.1973 φωτ.Τάκης Τλούπας

Φτιάξιμο σκούπας στο Ομόλιο Λάρισας.1973 φωτ.Τάκης Τλούπας

1960 (24-4-1960) στα προικιά της νύφης στον γάμο στα Μέγαρα

1960 (24-4-1960) στα προικιά της νύφης στον γάμο στα Μέγαρα

Greek Dancing in Crete, Greece

Greek Dancing in Crete, Greece

Panagia Plataniotissa in Kalavryta (Greece)

Panagia Plataniotissa in Kalavryta (Greece)

Koulouri vendor, Athens, Greece. Koluouri, a plain, circular bread topped with sesame seeds, tends to be the morning fare for most Greeks. It has evolved like bagels in the US, with new flavors in addition to the traditional plain. The bread must be eaten fresh, so it is best consumed early in the morning.

Koulouri vendor, Athens, Greece. Koluouri, a plain, circular bread topped with sesame seeds, tends to be the morning fare for most Greeks. It has evolved like bagels in the US, with new flavors in addition to the traditional plain. The bread must be eaten fresh, so it is best consumed early in the morning.

Nikos Skalkottas (1904 - 1949): a Greek composer of 20th-century classical music. A member of the Second Viennese School, he drew his influences from both the classical repertoire and the Greek tradition. The most striking example of his commitment to Greek folk music is the series of 36 Greek Dances composed for orchestra, partly based on genuine Greek folk themes and partly on material of Skalkottas's own composition in folk style.

Nikos Skalkottas (1904 - 1949): a Greek composer of 20th-century classical music. A member of the Second Viennese School, he drew his influences from both the classical repertoire and the Greek tradition. The most striking example of his commitment to Greek folk music is the series of 36 Greek Dances composed for orchestra, partly based on genuine Greek folk themes and partly on material of Skalkottas's own composition in folk style.

Hipparchus (Nicaea, 190 BC) was an astronomer, geographer, and mathematician of the Hellenistic period. He is considered the founder of Trigonometry and discoverer of the precession of the equinoxes.

Hipparchus (Nicaea, 190 BC) was an astronomer, geographer, and mathematician of the Hellenistic period. He is considered the founder of Trigonometry and discoverer of the precession of the equinoxes.

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Lycurgus. The 'father of Sparta'. He was the legendary lawgiver of Sparta, who established the military-oriented reformation of Spartan society. All his reforms were directed towards the three Spartan virtues: equality, military fitness, and austerity. It is not clear if this Lycurgus was an actual historical figure; however, many ancient historians believed he was responsible for the communalistic and militaristic reforms that transformed Spartan society, most notably the Great Rhetra.

Lycurgus. The 'father of Sparta'. He was the legendary lawgiver of Sparta, who established the military-oriented reformation of Spartan society. All his reforms were directed towards the three Spartan virtues: equality, military fitness, and austerity. It is not clear if this Lycurgus was an actual historical figure; however, many ancient historians believed he was responsible for the communalistic and militaristic reforms that transformed Spartan society, most notably the Great Rhetra.