Synonyms for diamantis or Related words with diamantis

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Examples of "diamantis"
Stefanos Diamantis qualified for Rio in the men's singles event via a Bipartite Commission Invitation place.
Georgios Diamantis () was a Greek shooter. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
His father, Diamantis, was general manager of the team of Panathinaikos that reached the 1971 European Cup Final.
Diamantis Stagidis (born 1959) is a contemporary artist; primarily a painter in oils. He lives in Kavala.
Adamantios Olympios Nikolaou (1790- January 19, 1856), better known as Captain Diamantis was a klepht and an armatolos from Pieria.
After a brief stint in Cyprus with AEL Limassol, Diamantis returned to Greece to sign with Ethnikos Asteras F.C. in July 2008.
Dimitrios Diamantis (, born 11 September 1979) is a Greek footballer who plays for Apollon Smyrnis in the Greek Football League, as Midfielder.
Diamantis Panagiotopoulos (born 6 July 1967, Athens, Greece) is an Aegean Bronze Age archaeologist and Director of the Institute of Classical Archaeology at the University of Heidelberg.
Dimitris Diamantis (; born 11 September 1979) is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Apollon Smyrni F.C. in the Football League 2.
The next day, 4 October, "U-35" was seen by people in Ventry and Ballymore, Co. Kerry easing into the bay. The U-boat launched a dinghy and brought ashore the 28 Greek sailors from "Diamantis".
Diamantis Chouchoumis (; born 17 July 1994) is a Greek footballer currently playing for Panathinaikos in the Greek Superleague. He plays as left back and comes from the club's youth ranks.
Born in Filiates, Diamantis began playing professional football with Chaidari F.C. in the Gamma Ethniki in 2004, after helping the club promote from the regionalized state championship. He scored 16 league goals for Chaidari, drawing attention from Kallithea F.C. who signed him to play in the next Alpha Ethniki season.
Diamantis Panagiotopoulos studied Classical Archaeology, History, Prehistory and Art History at the University of Athens, where he finished his diploma in 1989. 1990 he became PhD at the University of Heidelberg. There he added Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies to his expertise.
Diamantis competed in the two rifle events. In the military rifle event, he placed seventh with a score of 1,456. In the second string of 10 shots, he scored 384. His score and place in the free rifle event is unknown, except that he did not win a medal.
The building belongs to the Neopalatial period and was abandoned after a big earthquake around 1600 BC. Archaeological research was conducted under the directions of Prof. Yannis Sakellarakis with the brief collaboration (2005-2007) of the University of Heidelberg (Prof Diamantis Panagiotopoulos). After the death of Yannis Sakellarakis in 2010 the excavation continues under the direction of Dr. Efi Sapouna-Sakellaraki.
Artists & Writers contributors: John Akomfrah & Edward George, Marc Atlas, Olivier Babin, Paul Baruch, Diamantis, Ewa Einhorn, Charles Henri Ford & Parker Tyler, Craig Garrett, Tom Gidley, Claire Guezengar, Judith Ickowicz, Phyllis Kiehl, Lefevre Jean Claude, Susannah Mabitt, Rev. Boyd MacDonald, Tom McCarthy, Bill Moan, Douglas Park, Abo Rasul, Nancy Strasbourg, Samon Takahashi, Boris Tiago, Oscar Tuazon, Bella Woodfield.
Diamantis Slaftsakis (Greek: Διαμαντής Σλαφτσάκης; born July 27, 1994) is a Greek professional basketball player. He is 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) tall. He plays at the small forward position, but he can also play as a power forward if needed.
On June 2005, it relaunched and renamed as 100.1 Patras DeeJay and also, it was rebroadcasting with 95.2 Athens DeeJay. On 1 August 2008 took its current name, as YouFM 100.1. Constantinos Saradis was the program director in period of 2007 up to 2010. Then, the station changed program directors. John Bonou from Thessaloniki and Diamantis Kiriakakis, as new program directors made lot of changes to the program, and also in the music. From May 2012, John Bonou, left his job as program director and playlister. As a result, Diamantis Kiriakakis also undertook the duties of the playlister, along with his collaborator, Xenia Nastou. In summer 2010 until now the new version of You FM, is the most popular radio station in Patras for all ages especially in the target group from 20 to 35 years old.
The bay or harbour is a suitable anchorage for sailing and fishing boats. On 4 October 1939, entered Ventry Bay and landed 28 Greek sailors of the "MV Diamantis". Their ship had been torpedoed by a U-boat. The event was commemorated with a plaque in October 2009. Guests included the German Ambassador Dr. Busso von Alvensleben and the Mayor of the Oinousses Islands in the Aegean, Evangelos Elias Angelakos who unveiled the memorial stone and members of London's Greek shipping community.
Its slogan till 2010 was "O freskos ixos tis Patras" (which means The Fresh Sound of Patras). In 2011, a new slogan added along with previous one, the "No1 xari se sena" (No1 thanks to YOU!). Diamantis Kiriakakis after May 2012 replaced this slogan with the new one "To Agapimeno Sou Radiofono" that means «Your Favorite Radio» or «Your Favorite Station». Another slogan is «The best foreign music in the city».