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Epsilon

Epsilon

Psilo means "little", therefore epsilon is "little E" or "short E". The letter began in Semitic as "heh", for the "H" sound, or rough aspirate. Their alphabet did not have a letter for this vowel (or most others), so the Greeks used it instead for the short "e" sound, and used a reverse...

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This article is about the Greek letter. For other uses, see Epsilon (disambiguation). Epsillyon (uppercase Ε, lowercase ɛ or lunate ϵ; Greek: Έψιλον)

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greek tv

greek tv

Television broadcasting in Greece began in 1966.

In the beginning, two government channels were formed, ERT and YENED, but after the fall of the Regime of the Colonels in 1974, ERT overshadowed YENED, appealing to a much broader audience. In the early 1980s, ERT and YENED merged and were...

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| TV Show Music | Music From TV Shows Greek Music Season 02 | TV Show Music | Music From TV Shows http://www.hulu.com/watch/104392/greek-the-greek-rap

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greek numbers

greek numbers

The Ancient Greeks used letters to represent numbers and they could make very complex calculations in this way. The numbers 1, 2, 3, … had not yet been invented, which were later created by the Arabs. Nevertheless, Archimedes, based on geometrical and numerical calculations, managed to...

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Greek numbers may refer to: Greek numerals, the system of representing numbers using letters of the Greek alphabet Greek numbers, the names and symbols

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greek baby names

greek baby names

Babies in Greece are usually named after one of their grandparents. Occasionally, the new baby may be called after the opposite form of one of the grandparent names, if that exists. For example, a baby girl may be named after the feminine form of a grandfather’s name. However, especially in...

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an oral-poetic tradition; today the Greek myths are known primarily from Greek literature. The oldest known Greek literary sources, Homer's epic poems

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Ion Dragoumis

Ion Dragoumis

Ion Dragoumis was a Greek diplomat, politician and author. He was the main organizer of the Greek communities during the Macedonian Struggle.

He was born in Athens in 1878 and had ten siblings; he studied law at University of Paris. He had a relationship with renowned author Penelope Delta,...

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philosopher, writer and revolutionary. Born in Athens, Dragoumis was the son of Stephanos Dragoumis who was foreign minister under Charilaos Trikoupis. The

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