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greek temples

greek temples

Temples in Ancient Greece were built to serve as the houses of deities, or rather their statues within sanctuaries, as well as storages of offerings. They were not used as gathering places, as is accustomed in the Christian world. The statue was placed at the far end of the temple, while the...

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List of Ancient Greek temples Greek temples (Ancient Greek: ὁ ναός, ho naós "dwelling", semantically distinct from Latin templum "temple") were structures

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Rigas Feraios

Rigas Feraios

Rigas Feraios was a Greek author, political thinker and rebel. He is considered the precursor of the Greek Revolution of 1821.

It is uncertain exactly when he was born. Most of the information concerning Feraios’ childhood years, as well as a large part of his activities as an adult, is...

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revolutionary. For other uses, see Rigas Feraios (disambiguation). Rigas Feraios (or Rhegas Pheraeos) or Rigas Velestinlis (or Rhegas Velestinles) (Greek:

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Khi

Khi

The Greeks were the first to invent this letter. The deep-throated sound of this letter is not used in English.

"Χ" Letter in mathematics and in science

χ represents:

  • the chi distribution in statistics (X2 is the more frequently encountered...

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"KHI" redirects here. For other uses, see KHI (disambiguation). Jinnah International Airport (Urdu: جناح بین الاقوامی ہوائی اڈہ‎) (IATA: KHI, ICAO: OPKC)

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greek names

greek names

Modern Greek names have various sources, from Ancient Greece and Greco – Roman mythology to the Byzantine Empire and Christian tradition. Male names usually end in –ας –ης and – ος, but sometimes the Ancient Greek format is kept. Female names mostly end in –α and –η with a few...

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Christian traditions. With the Modern Greek Enlightenment and the development of Greek nationalism, names of ancient Greek figures, both deities and mortals

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greek orthodox

greek orthodox

The Greek Orthodox Church is a term attributed to numerous Churches within Eastern Orthodox Christianity, whose liturgy is or was conducted in Greek, the original language of the New Testament. These Churches do not consider themselves as separate, but rather as administrative units of a single...

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about all Orthodox jurisdictions of Greek cultural heritage. For the Orthodox Church in Greece, see Church of Greece. The name Greek Orthodox Church (Monotonic

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