Athanasios was forced to flee into the nearby mountains and become a klepht. Soon afterwards he adopted the pseudonym "Diakos", or Deacon. Diakos served
In Semitic "η" a consonant, but the Greeks used it as their "long a" sound. On the continent, e often takes what we call the "long a" sound. The letter moved into Latin as the "H", which was needed because the Greek reverse apostrophe wouldn't do.
"H" Letter in mathematics and in science
This article is about the Greek letter. For other uses, see Eta (disambiguation). Eta (uppercase Η, lowercase η; Greek: Ήτα Hēta) is the seventh letter
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
labarum and used to represent the person of Jesus Christ. Greek Chi Coptic Khi Latin Chi Mathematical Chi These characters are used only as mathematical
Apostolos "Lakis" Lazopoulos (Greek: Λάκης Λαζόπουλος) is a Greek playwright, actor and songwriter. His birth name is Apostolos Lazopoulos (Greek: Απόστολος
The letter "s" came from the Semitic alphabet, where it was once shaped like latin "W". (The Hebrew "shin", familiar to most people from Jewish religious objects, is the same letter.) The letter was turned to make the classical Greek "sigma". The Greek "sigma" in turn was altered slightly as...
For other uses, see Sigma (disambiguation). Sigma (upper-case Σ, lower-case σ, lower-case in word-final position ς; Greek σίγμα) is the eighteenth letter
the Titans in Greek mythology. For the Greek sun-deity sometimes referred to as "Titan", see Helios. For other uses, see Titan. In Classical Greek mythology
ontology, logic, biology, rhetoric, and aesthetics. Many philosophers today concede that Greek philosophy has influenced much of Western culture since
For some reasons the Greeks invented a separate letter for the "ps" sound. In Englis "p" is not pronounced when it starts a word ("psychiatrist", "psalms"), but in Greek it is.
"Ψ" Letter in mathematics and in science
Psi or PSI or Ψ may refer to: Psi (Greek) (Ψ, ψ), 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet Psi (Cyrillic) (Ѱ, ѱ), a letter of the early Cyrillic alphabet,
other uses, see Leonidas (disambiguation). Leonidas I (/liːˈɒn.ɨ.dəs/ lee-ON-i-dəs or /liː.əˈnaɪ.dəs/; Doric: Λεωνίδας [leɔːnídas], Leōnidas; Ionic Greek:
see Euclid (disambiguation). Euclid (/ˈjuːklɪd/; Greek: Εὐκλείδης, Eukleidēs Ancient Greek: [eu̯.klěː.dɛːs]; fl. 300 BC), sometimes called Euclid of Alexandria
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"Big o". It was marked specially by a bar under the upper case, doubling the lower case. This letter was not introduced in the Latin alphabet, but survives as the symbol for electric resistance (ohms). The apocalypse has the Lord say, "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end." Tielhard...
For other uses, see Omega (disambiguation). Omega (capital: Ω, lowercase: ω; Greek Ωμέγα) is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet. In the Greek
versions of flip-flops as well. In Greek sandals, the toe strap was worn between the first and second toes, while Roman sandals had the strap between the second
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
of the population. The Demographics of Greece refer to the demography of the population that inhabits the Greek peninsula. The population of Greece was
Andreas Georgios Papandreou (Greek: Ανδρέας Γεώργιος Παπανδρέου; Greek pronunciation: [anˈðreas papanˈðreu]; 5 February 1919 – 23 June 1996) was a Greek
Alexandros Pepekas Papadiamantis (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος Παπαδιαμάντης; 4 March 1851 – 3 January 1911) was an influential Greek novelist, short-story writer
name, Márkos. The great significance of Vamvakaris for the rebetiko is also reflected by his nickname: the "patriarch of the rebetiko". Vamvakaris was
2014. "Greek parties embark on election amid debate on euro". Kathimerini. Bloomberg. 5 January 2015. "Greek 10-year bond yields exceed 10 pct for
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