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A.Kottaridi : Queens – priestesses from Macedonia to the Hellenistic World

A.Kottaridi : Queens – priestesses from Macedonia to the Hellenistic World

A speech by Angeliki Kottaridi at the Amphitheatre of the National Archaeological Museum (1, Tositsa str, Athens), on Monday 19-10-2015 at 19:00, in the context of the programme of activities of the Association of Friends of the National Archaeological Museum. “Gracing others”, wives, sisters and mothers of kings, priestesses – sometimes godesses themselves – the queens of the Hellenistic World, […]

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The palace of Philip II, king of ancient Macedonia (360-336 BC)

The palace of Philip II, king of ancient Macedonia (360-336 BC)

   Philip II of Macedon  359 BC – 336 BC GREEK   ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ Β’ o Μακεδών Όσο τρεις Παρθενώνες το ανάκτορο του Έλληνα βασιλιά της Μακεδονίας Φιλίππου Β’ στις Αιγές (Ελλάδα/Greece, Μακεδονία/Macedonia, Ιστορία/History). The palace of Philip II, king of ancient Macedonia (360-336 BC.) was a huge two-storey mansion, three times the size of the Parthenon. The archaeologist Angeliki Kottaridi, who works […]

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People – Ancient Greece: Alexander The Great

People – Ancient Greece: Alexander The Great

   People – Ancient Greece: Alexander The Great (20/21 July 356 – 10/11 June 323 BC) Ancient Greek king of Macedon, who reigned during 336-323 BC. Alexander the Great in Wikipeida   Alexander III of Macedon (20/21 July 356 – 10/11 June 323 BC), commonly known as Alexander the Great (Greek: Μέγας Ἀλέξανδρος, Mégas Aléxandros), was a Greek king of […]

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