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Arcadian Resurrection, Filosofu Monastery, Arcadia, Greece.

Arcadian Resurrection, Filosofu Monastery, Arcadia, Greece.

...Yes, Greece will survive......!!!!

...Yes, Greece will survive......!!!!

ATENAS 1896

ATENAS 1896

Fantastic view!!

Fantastic view!!

Olympic moments: Greg Louganis

Olympic moments: Greg Louganis

Louganis became the first person since 1928 to win both the platform and springboard diving gold medals, doing so at the 1984 Olympics. He repeated the feat four years later despite needing stitches after hitting his head on the board in qualifying.

Louganis became the first person since 1928 to win both the platform and springboard diving gold medals, doing so at the 1984 Olympics. He repeated the feat four years later despite needing stitches after hitting his head on the board in qualifying.

Greg Louganis (Jan. 29, 1960 - ) He won gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games on both the springboard and platform. He is the only male and the second diver in Olympic history to sweep the diving events in consecutive Olympic Games.

Greg Louganis (Jan. 29, 1960 - ) He won gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games on both the springboard and platform. He is the only male and the second diver in Olympic history to sweep the diving events in consecutive Olympic Games.

Ancient Greece - City-States and Ethnic Groups

Ancient Greece - City-States and Ethnic Groups

Pisistratus, the tyrant of Athens during the last half-century of the Post-Classical period, died shortly after he had instituted the City Dionysia. His sons inherited his power but, not having their father's sense of creating coalitions, were forcibly removed from power soon after 512 BCE. It is not clear what happened next, but it must be in these years of unrest and disorder (510-508 BCE) that democracy first emerged in Athens.

Pisistratus, the tyrant of Athens during the last half-century of the Post-Classical period, died shortly after he had instituted the City Dionysia. His sons inherited his power but, not having their father's sense of creating coalitions, were forcibly removed from power soon after 512 BCE. It is not clear what happened next, but it must be in these years of unrest and disorder (510-508 BCE) that democracy first emerged in Athens.