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John Paul Durkan Jul 18
Whilst in Greece do What the do 😂
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Nikos Kolendrianos Jul 20
In July & August 1974 invaded the northern region of & ethnically the area predominantly Cypriots. They were forced to leave their homes & towns. The Turkish violated the of the Convention on & the
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Pallas Athena 4h
Yes , ethnic cleansing from Skopjes Bulgarian IMRO Komitatji Heroes on the Population
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Oathsworn Jul 13
The Colossus of Rhodes vs Kratos. Back in the good old days, this battle was really epic for all God of War fans. This mural is a nice way to remember that fight.
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Tron_Runner Jul 20
A byzantine wheel cut chalice, c. 4th-6th century A.D. The stemmed vessel of swirled yellow-green glass with rolled rim, the wide foot criss-crossed with numerous wheel cut lines. 2.75 x 2.75 inches.
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Βουκεφαλος | Bucephalus 22h
20/21 July 356BC, Alexander the Great was born in the ancient city of Pella, Macedonia, Greece. The great military commander is best known for leading one of the strongest empires of the ancient world & spreading Hellenism during his conquests.
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Spartiatissa Jul 16
Replying to @PellaDonia
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Voice of Macedonia 23h
in 356 BC, Alexander III, King of the kingdom of was born in , , . 🇬🇷
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Barbara Jul 20
Angel face. Devil thoughts. 🌹 🇬🇷
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John Kass Jul 13
The Perfect(ed) John Kass Ribs. So easy. So tasty. I give them to you in the & a pix of Zeus The Wonder Dog begging for some. Greek Ribs & Horta. For am I not a river to my people?
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Chris Pope 8h
Bit late posting yet another picture of a sunset (from last night). But what the hell, that's what happens when you're having a super relaxed time.
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MFA Iceland Arctic Jul 19
Did you know that the word is derived from the 🇬🇷word ‘arctos’ meaning bear🧸 Does that mean should consider becoming an Observer? Just say’n 😉
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HolyHistory 7h
Circe - the witch-queen of Greek mythology, oil on canvas ...
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Robert Neil 20h
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Cemal Acar Jul 20
45 years ago today; Turkey decided to conduct an operation to to break the brutal siege of Turkish Cypriots imposed by Military Junta despite the opposition of international powers.
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Nikos Kolendrianos Jul 20
Replying to @CIJ_ICJ
The Plan allowed the citizens who purchased -Cypriot property from settlers/colonists in the occupied north of to keep those homes and property. The -Cypriots could no longer take the matter to the
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Nikos Kolendrianos Jul 20
Replying to @NikosChangez
violated the of Guarantee. About 180,000 people were made & as many as 1,400 -Cypriot men were captured by the forces & have been “” for 45 years.
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Ancient History Encyclopedia Jul 19
In the world, warfare was seen as a necessary evil of the human condition. Whether it be small frontier skirmishes between neighbouring city-states, lengthy city-sieges, civil wars, or large-scale battles.
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Proto Thema English Jul 19
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Pallas Athena Jul 18
Replying to @ibrahimfedakar1
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