Synonyms for astypalaia or Related words with astypalaia
Examples of "astypalaia"
Island National Airport , also known as "Panaghia" Airport, is an airport on
Island, Cyclades, Greece. The facility is located nearby the village Analipsis, and approximately 12 km northeast of the city of
The Archaeological Museum of
is a museum in
, Greece. The rights to the museum were initially granted to the Hellenic Ministry of Culture by the Ecclesiastical Charity Fund of
in 1994. An exhibition was organized from 1995-1996, eventually leading to the opening of the museum in September 1998.
-Patmos-Leipsoi-Leros-Nisyros-Symi-Tilos-Kastellorizo (Blue Star Patmos)
Piraeus-Syros-Paros-Naxos-Santorini & Amorgos-Irakleia-Schoinoussa-Koufonissia-Donousa-
(Blue Star Naxos)
The island of
was believed to have been named after her.
Zaforas () is a small Greek island in the southern part of the Dodecanese chain, about south of the island
In Greek mythology,
was a woman abducted by Poseidon in the form of a winged fish-tailed leopard. The island was colonized by Megara or possibly Epidaurus, and its governing system and buildings are known from numerous inscriptions. Pliny the Elder records that Rome accorded
the status of a free state. It was assigned to the Aegean Roman province of Insulae.
Anargiros "Argiris" Kambouris (alternate spellings: Argyris, Kampouris, Kabouris) (; born January 24, 1962 in
, Greece) is a retired Greek professional basketball player.
was believed to be named after Astypalaea, an ancient Greek mythological figure. The island is known in Italian as "Stampalia" and in Ottoman Turkish as "İstanbulya" (استانبوليه)
Road signs lead to the inconspicuous, inaccessible remains of a pre-Venetian fortification on Mt. Patelos opposite the monastery of Agios Ioannis at the western extreme of
(Greek: Αστυπάλαια, ), is a Greek island with 1,334 residents (2011 census). It belongs to the Dodecanese, an archipelago of twelve major islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea.
Agia Kyriaki (Αγια Κυριακη in Greek) is a small Greek island less than one mile from
in the Dodecanese islands.
The island is long, wide at the most, and covers an area of 97 km. Along with numerous smaller uninhabited offshore islets (the largest of which are Sýrna and Ofidoussa), it forms the Municipality of
, which is part of the Kalymnos regional unit. The municipality has an area of 114.077 km. The capital and the previous main harbour of the island is
or Chora, as it is called by the locals.
Frank Skartados was the seventh of eight children. He was born on the Greek island of
. He grew up on a small farm which he helped his father maintain.
Kalymnos () is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the region of South Aegean. The regional unit covers the islands of Kalymnos, Agathonisi,
, Leipsoi, Leros, Patmos and several smaller islands in the Aegean Sea.
The coasts of
are rocky with many small pebble-strewn beaches. A small band of land of roughly 126 metres wide almost separates the island in two sections at Sterno.
Rhodes' homonymous capital was also the see of the metropolitan archbishopric of the ecclesiastical province covering the Cyclades, with eleven suffragan sees including
, Ios and in the Dodekanesos Nisyrus (Nisyros island).
A noteworthy feature of this treaty is its formal assumption of sovereign equality between Rome and
: the Astypalaians would not aid the enemies of the Romans or allow such enemies passage through their territory, and likewise the Romans would not aid the enemies of the Astypalaians or allow such enemies passage through their territory; in case of an attack on
, the Romans would come to its aid, in case of an attack on Rome the Astypalaians would come to its aid; etc. Rome at the end of the second century BCE still maintained the forms -if not the substance- of reciprocity in its dealings with Greek city-states. Since there was no reason for the Romans to single out
for such formal courtesy, it is assumed that this treaty followed a standard formula used in treaties with other Greek city states, whose texts did not survive.
On the night between 6 and 7 October, the Royal Navy cruisers "Sirius" and "Penelope" and two destroyers attacked and destroyed a German troop convoy in the
channel; these troops were meant as a reinforcement to the force tasked with Operation Leopard, so the destruction of the convoy caused the operation to be delayed.
Archaeological Museum is located in a ground-floor hall, and contains artifacts ranging from the prehistoric period down to medieval times. Of particular note are grave offerings from two Mycenaean tombs that were excavated at Armenochori and a miniature bronze Roman statue of Aphrodite, excavated at Trito Marmari. The museum also contains a substantial collection of coins which were found during excavations.
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