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Aristotle’s Lyceum in central Athens opens to the public

Aristotle’s Lyceum in central Athens opens to the public

Aristotle tutoring Alexander , by J.L.G Ferris , 1895 Aristotle’s Lyceum, believed to have been established as the ancient philosopher’s seat of learning in 335 BC, opened to the public on Wednesday after years of preparations. The Lyceum, an 11,000 sq.m. plot located between the Athens Conservatory and the Byzantine Museum, was brought to light by archaeologist Effi Lygouri in […]

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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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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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The Classroom of Aristotle in Mieza, where He Taught Alexander III

The Classroom of Aristotle in Mieza, where He Taught Alexander III

Pictures taken by Vasko Gligorijevic in Mieza, the place where Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. The rest of the pictures in Vasko Gligorijevic’s profile in Facebook.

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An Ancient Greek Sighting of Halley’s Comet?

Daniel W. Graham, Ph.D.1, and Eric Hintz, Ph.D.2, 1 Department of Philosophy Brigham Young University Provo, Utah. 2Department of Physics and Astronomy Brigham Young University Provo, Utah 84602 JournalofCosmology.com, July, 2010 The regularity of the orbits of comet Halley has made possible the determination of its visits backwards in time through the Middle Ages […]

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Stageira in Halkidiki, Macedonia - Beautiful Landscapes of Greece

From the YouTube Channel of ArgeadDynasty Aristotle’s Park - Μένουμε Ελλάδα Traveling in the Halkidiki and visit the Park of Aristotle created in his hometown of Stageira in a unique location in the forest on the southern slopes of Stratonikos. The reporter emission enjoy the magic of the landscape and learn about activities and interactive games through which the visitor […]

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Claiming Macedonia

Claiming Macedonia

Claiming Macedonia “Claiming Macedonia” : The Struggle for the Heritage, Territory and Name of the Historic Hellenic Land, 1862-2004. By : George C. Papavizas Puplised by: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers Jefferson, North Carolina, and London When I was thirteen years old I asked my grandfather Constantine why he had joined the […]

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Representations of Aristotle from Stageira in Modern Greek Art

Aristoteles in Megisti Lavras (1535-1541) “The Hellen Aristoteles” in Mone Filanthropinon (1560) Photo: @ hellenica.de “Aristotle”, Agios Dimitrios, Chrysafon Lakonias (1641) “Aristoteles the Wise” Agios Georgios, Negades Zagoriou (1792) “Aristoteles teaches Alexander” from Zangklis’ book (1956) Bust of Aristoteles. now in Vienna, Museum History of Art Image by @ sssn09 Flickr Aristoteles in Stageira Image @ Mlahanas.de Fresco from the Mansion of […]

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Encyclopedia Britannica Blunders (Greece - Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

Encyclopedia Britannica Blunders (Greece - Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Australian Macedonian Advisory Council November 27, 2009 Dear Editor, We (The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council) are writing to you regarding two pages of your online encyclopedia, under the section “Countries of the world”. As an Australian-Greek organization we are extremely disappointed with the sections aforementioned, as in the first […]

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Is there a Rift between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of “Macedonia” on Alexander?

Is there a Rift between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of “Macedonia” on Alexander?

By Miltiades Elia Bolaris On a Washington Post article, (“Another Rift Between Greece, Macedonia, Both Lay Claim to Alexander the Great”, July 28, 2009) Craig Whitlock is intend on sending us scrambling back to our History books. Should we be talking about Alexandros o Megas /ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ o ΜΕΓΑΣ or Aleksandar Veliki / Александар Велики? Was he Greek or was he […]

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