greek new testament

greek new testament

The Greek New Testament or Novum Testamentum Graece is an original Greek version of the New Testament. It was first published by Erasmus in 1516.

This term is now used to refer to the Nestle – Aland edition, which was named after the scholars who made the editing. The Nestle – Aland text...

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The Greek New Testament is the original form of the books that make up the New Testament as they appeared in Koine Greek, the standard spoken and written

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population of greece

population of greece

Greece has been inhabited since the Paleolithic Period, initially by pre – Hellenic peoples, such as the Pelasgians, but Greek culture and language eventually dominated the region. During the Byzantine Period, a number of foreign peoples invaded the area, including Goths, Normans and Franks,...

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of the population. The Demographics of Greece refer to the demography of the population that inhabits the Greek peninsula. The population of Greece was

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Andreas Papandreou

Andreas Papandreou

Andreas G. Papandreou was a Greek politician, founder of the PASOK political party and Prime Minister of Greece during the periods 1981-1989 and 1993-1996.

Born in the island of Chios on 5 February 1919, he was the son of George Papandreou (Senior), who was also Prime Minister of Greece....

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Andreas Georgios Papandreou (Greek: Ανδρέας Γεώργιος Παπανδρέου; Greek pronunciation: [anˈðreas papanˈðreu]; 5 February 1919 – 23 June 1996) was a Greek

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Alexandros Papadiamantis

Alexandros Papadiamantis

Alexandros Papadiamantis is one of the most important Greek novelists, writers and poets, regarded by K. P. Kavafis as the “top of the top” and also known as the “saint of literature”.

He was born in the island of Skiathos. One of nine siblings, he was accustomed to a pious way of...

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Alexandros Pepekas Papadiamantis (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος Παπαδιαμάντης; 4 March 1851 – 3 January 1911) was an influential Greek novelist, short-story writer

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Markos Vamvakaris

Markos Vamvakaris

Markos Vamvakaris was one of the most important Greek musicians of Rebetiko.

He was born in Syros in 1905, the first of six siblings. Because of the financial difficulties of his family, Vamvakaris was forced to leave school and work as a shoeblack, paperboy, worker at spinning mills, etc....

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name, Márkos. The great significance of Vamvakaris for the rebetiko is also reflected by his nickname: the "patriarch of the rebetiko". Vamvakaris was

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greek 10 year bond

greek 10 year bond

A government bond is a bond issued by a national government that is paid on face value at maturity date, with periodic interest payments in – between. It is also sometimes called sovereign bond. Due to the economic recession of 2008, Greece faced the risk of defaulting, as among other...

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2014.  "Greek parties embark on election amid debate on euro". Kathimerini. Bloomberg. 5 January 2015.  "Greek 10-year bond yields exceed 10 pct for

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greek fire

greek fire

Greek fire, which is also called marine fire or by its latin name, ignis graecus, was a incendiary weapon of the Byzantine Empire that was developed in the late 7th century AD. It was launched from a catapult and its main attribute was that it was not extinguished by water. As a result, it...

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This article is about the weapon. For the band, see Greek Fire (band). Greek fire was an incendiary weapon developed c. 672 and used by the Eastern

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Alexandros Panagoulis

Alexandros Panagoulis

Alexandros Panagoulis was a Greek politician and poet, who actively participated against the Greek military junta, also known as the Regime of the Colonels (1967 – 1974).

He was born in Glyfada, Athens, in 1939. Second son of a Greek army officer, he spent his childhood and adolescence...

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Union (E. K.). Alexandros Panagoulis was born in the Glyfada neighbourhood of Athens. He was the second son of Vassilios Panagoulis, an officer in the

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greek translation

greek translation

There are many automated programmes today offering translation services from one language to another.

This is also true for translations from Greek to English and vice versa. Instead of looking in a dictionary, these programmes may prove very handy when looking for a word or phrase, or maybe a...

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A second, postdiluvian Cainan is mentioned in the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Book of Genesis, in the Book of Jubilees and in the Genealogy

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greece debt

greece debt

The fiscal years of Greece after 1974 were all marked by budget deficiency, and this led the country to borrow money from foreign investors to be able to pay pensions and military wages. Up to 2002, when things would get rough, a useful tool of being able to borrow more money was the devaluation...

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The Greek government-debt crisis (also known as the Greek depression) started in late 2009. It was the first of five sovereign debt crises in the eurozone

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Herodotus was an Ancient Greek traveler, geographer and historian that lived during the 5th century BC. He recorded the events of the Persian War (between Persians and Greeks) as well as descriptions of various places and people that he met during his travels. He has been known as the Father of...

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correct in his information. Despite Herodotus' historical significance, little is known of his personal history. Herodotus announced the size and scope of

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Nikolaos Margioris

Nikolaos Margioris

Nikolaos Margioris was one of the prominent personalities in the area of Esotericism.

He was born in Samos in 1913. When he was 13 years old, he started his path to Enlightenment for the first time. He was educated in India and Tibet for over a decade. He later went to Alexandria, Egypt to...

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Religion (4) Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens Cosmas of Aetolia Margioris, Nikolaos A. Constantine I Sports (3) Galis, Nick Dimas, Pyrros Zagorakis,

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Pericles was an Ancient Greek politician, orator and general of the 5th century BC. During his time in power, in the period between the Persian Wars and the Peloponnesian War, Athens became powerful, famous and glorious. Thus, this period is also known as the “Golden Age of Pericles”.


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see Perikles (name). For other uses, see Pericles (disambiguation) and Perikles (disambiguation). Pericles (/ˈpɛrɪkliːz/; Greek: Περικλῆς Periklēs, pronounced [pe

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Manos Hadjidakis

Manos Hadjidakis

Manos Hadjidakis was a very important composer and poet. He is considered to be the first to have merged art music and Greek musical tradition.

He was born in Xanthi in 1925. His education in music began when he was four years old, learning to play the piano, as well as the violin and the...

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Manos Hatzidakis (also spelled Hadjidakis; Greek: Μάνος Χατζιδάκις; October 23, 1925 – June 15, 1994) was a Greek composer and theorist of Greek music

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greek underworld

greek underworld

The Greek underworld is also known as Pluto and Hades, two words that were also used to describe the anthropomorphic power that governed this place.

To enter the underworld, the dead would cross the Acheron River on the boat of Charon (Death), who charged one “ovolos” for his service. The...

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uses, see Underworld (disambiguation). The Greek underworld, in mythology, was an otherworld where souls went after death and was the Greek idea of

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Manos Loizos

Manos Loizos

Manos Loizos was one of the most important Modern Greek composers.

He was born in 1937 in Larnaca, Cyprus, but when he was very young, his family moved to Alexandria, Egypt, in search for a better life. He studied music from a very early age; he enrolled at a local conservatory and started...

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Manos Loïzos (Greek: Μάνος Λοΐζος, also transliterated as Loizos and Loisos) was considered to be one of the most important Greek Cypriot music composers

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The Semitic form probably had no meaning. The Greek form is used for the circumference of a circle with unit diameter. Why a version of this letter with the right upright rounded became the Roman "P", matching the Greek letter for "R", is anybody's guess.

"Π" Letter in mathematics and in...

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is about the number π. For the Greek letter, see Pi (letter). For other uses of pi, π, and Π, see Pi (disambiguation). The number π is a mathematical

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greek zodiac

greek zodiac

The Greek zodiac is a circle of twelve 30 degree divisions of celestial longitude that are centered upon the ecliptic, the path of the Sun across the celestial sphere over the course of the year. These divisions are better known as signs. It has been in use since the Roman era and is based on...

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the classical Greek zodiac, and the sheep is the eighth of the twelve animals associated with the 12-year cycle of in the Chinese zodiac, related to the

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Pyrros Dimas

Pyrros Dimas

Pyrros Dimas is a Greek weightlifter and thrice golden Olympic champion.

He was born in Himare, Albania, to Greek parents. He first started his career in weightlifting when he was seven years old, in 1978. He won the Golden Medal at the Olympic Games of Barcelona in 1992, of Atlanta in 1996...

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Pyrros Dimas (Greek: Πύρρος Δήμας; pronounced [piros ðimas], born on 13 October 1971) is a retired Greek weightlifter. He is currently involved in politics

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greek sculpture

greek sculpture

Sculptures were created in Ancient Greece mainly for religious purposes. In this way, gods slowly came to life and people believed it was a means to gain their blessing.

The first sculptures in Ancient Greece were created around 3000 BC, but they were up to 15 centimeters high and not...

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Ancient Greek sculpture is the sculpture of Ancient Greece. Modern scholarship identifies three major stages. They were used to depict the battles, mythology

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