Post Tagged with: "Alexander the Great"

Το εθιμικό δρώμενο των Μωμόερων στον Αντιπροσωπευτικό Κατάλογο της Άυλης Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς της Ανθρωπότητας

Το εθιμικό δρώμενο των Μωμόερων στον Αντιπροσωπευτικό Κατάλογο της Άυλης Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς της Ανθρωπότητας

© Kostas Alexandridis   Το εθιμικό δρώμενο των Μωμόερων, όπως τελείται σε οκτώ χωριά της ευρύτερης περιοχής της Κοζάνης, εντάχθηκε στον Αντιπροσωπευτικό Κατάλογο της Άυλης Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς της Ανθρωπότητας της UNESCO Η Διακυβερνητική Επιτροπή της Σύμβασης για τη Διαφύλαξη της Άυλης Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς, στην 11η ετήσια συνεδρίασή της (Αντίς Αμπέμπα, Αιθιοπία 28.11-2.12.2016), στη συνεδρία της Τετάρτης 30 Νοεμβρίου 2016 ενέκρινε […]

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BBC (Dr. Michael Scott) – Who Were The Greeks

BBC (Dr. Michael Scott) – Who Were The Greeks

Ivory portrait of Philip II, Museum of the Royal Tombs of Aigai BBC (Dr. Michael Scott) – Who Were The Greeks (excerpt)

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The Greeks: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great

The Greeks: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great

This summer, National Geographic will bring an extraordinary cultural experience to Washington, D.C. THE GREEKS: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great is an exceptional journey through 5,000 years of Greek history and culture. This exhibition features more than 500 priceless treasures—many of which have never been on display outside of Greece. Washington, D.C. is the only east coast museum to host […]

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Archaeological Museum of Pella : “Macedonian Treasures”

Archaeological Museum of Pella : “Macedonian Treasures”

THE EXHIBITION “MACEDONIAN TREASURES” WILL BE ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF PELLA UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30th 2015. More than 500 precious objects, found during archaeological excavations in Macedonia in the last 25 years, constitute this new exhibition; gold wreaths, gold masks, jewellery, arms, sculpture, metal, alabaster and clay vases and other artifacts from the rich cemeteries of […]

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The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great

The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great

The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great is the most vast and comprehensive exhibition on Ancient Greece ever presented in North America. Presented at Pointe-à-Callière, in Old Montréal, from December 12, 2014 to April 26, 2015.

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Ελληνική Μπύρα για τον Μέγα Αλέξανδρο από την Ζυθοποιία Ζέος

Ελληνική Μπύρα για τον Μέγα Αλέξανδρο από την Ζυθοποιία Ζέος

   Μια Ελληνική μπύρα με το βαρύγδουπο όνομα Μέγας Αλέξανδρος είναι η μπύρα που φτιάχνεται από την  Ελληνική Ζυθοποιία ΖΕΟΣ ΑΕ. Στην ετικέτα διακρίνεται ο έφιππος Αλέξανδρος πάνω στον Βουκεφάλα στην πλέον χαρακτηριστική του απεικόνιση από το ψηφιδωτό της Πομπηίας.   Πρόκειται για  μια ελληνική scotch ale με 6% περιεκτικότητα σε αλκοόλ, σε κλασικό μπουκαλάκι χωρητικότητας 330 cl που φτιάχνεται από την ΖΕΟΣ για λογαριασμό της UNIBRÄU Hellas, Aφοι Κουρή […]

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Dr. Warren Carroll : “Alexander was always a Greek first..”

Dr. Warren Carroll : “Alexander was always a Greek first..”

“He believed the gods of Homer and ancient Egypt were with him, and we know as Christians that the One True God must have been with him,” Dr. Warren Carroll said on September 22 during his public lecture on Alexander the Great. “For by his march across the world, Alexander the Great prepared the way for its conversion.” Carroll explained […]

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National-Mysticism and Ethnocentric Video Aired on TV in FYROM, Jan. 2013

National-Mysticism and Ethnocentric Video Aired on TV in FYROM, Jan. 2013

National-Mysticism and Ethnocentric Video Aired on TV in FYROM, Jan. 2013 A new national-mysticism and ethnocentric supremacist video aired on FYROMian pro-government TV Sitel 3 that contains mixture of pseudohistorical and pseudoreligious themes. In this video, Alexander the Great’s “voice” states eschatological role of “his” people as a messenger of Apostle Paul. Vladislav Perunović, correspondent from Skopje, FYROM

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The Legend of Thessalonike

The Legend of Thessalonike

The Legend of Thessalonike There exists a popular Greek legend which talks about a mermaid who lived in the Aegean for hundreds of years who was thought to be Thessalonike. The legend states that Alexander, in his quest for the Fountain of Immortality, retrieved with great exertion a flask of immortal water with which he bathed his sister’s hair. When […]

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Macedonia – An Hellenic Kingdom

Macedonia – An Hellenic Kingdom

Hellenic Macedonia Prior to the 4th century BC, the Greek kingdom of Macedonia covered a region approximately corresponding to the Western and Central parts of province of Macedonia in modern Greece. The Greek kingdom was situated in the fertile alluvial plain, watered by the rivers Haliacmon and Axius, called Lower Macedonia, north of the mountain Olympus. Around the time of […]

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