Synonyms for triantafyllos or Related words with triantafyllos

vaios              vasilios              efthimios              kalogeropoulos              myrat              symeonidis              sotirios              labros              charalampos              fotios              karakostas              kitsos              koulis              alexandris              sofianidis              michailidis              panagopoulos              dimou              aggelakis              vassilios              fanis              filippos              kasapis              kanakis              lambrou              vasileios              kalitzakis              diamantis              valtinos              kostakis              karamitsos              karataidis              andreou              alkis              kapsis              koukodimos              balafas              oikonomou              stavrakopoulos              tsaganeas              manthos              katsavakis              hadjigeorgiou              makis              manettas              venetis              dimosthenis              kostantinos              gikas              zafeiris             

Examples of "triantafyllos"
Triantafyllos Vaitsis (Sarantaporo, Larisa, Greece, 16 February 1976) is an artist.
Triantafyllos Vaitsis, studied Environmental Engineering at Democritus University of Thrace. He started working as an environmental engineer
Triantafyllos Machairidis (; born 10 November 1973), is a former Greek professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder.
"Rabagas" lasted until 1889, by which time Gavriilidis was mainly occupied with "Akropolis". Triantafyllos was forced to close it after the May issue " ... because of Gavriilidis's withdrawal, lack of financial support by friends, and a prison sentence." A few days later, on 25 May 1889, Triantafyllos took his own life.
Ancient Aphytis was an important town, belonging to Pallene. Its fleet participated in the Persian Wars. The town declined, and was not mentioned again until the 14th century. During the Greek War of Independence, many revolutionaries came from the village, including Triantafyllos Garoufallou, Georgios Panagiotou and Anastassios Kiriazis. Tourism rose after World War II.
Yves Triantafyllos (alternative spellings Triantafil(l)os, Triandafyl(l)os, Triandafil(l)os; Greek: Υβ Τριαντάφυλλος) (born October 27, 1948 in Montbrison, Loire) is a former French-Greek football player who played as a striker. Regarded by many sportsmen as one of the best strikers in Greece in the early 1970s.
In Athens, Gavriilidis began by doing editorial work for "The Daily Debater". Soon, however, he joined Kleanthis Triantafyllos (who had also had to leave Constantinople for political reasons) in founding the radical demoticist journal "Rabagas" (Ραμπαγάς); the first issue appeared in August 1878 and it ran until May 1889.
But "Rabagas" was not afraid of controversy. One issue was suspended because of public scandal over its publication of instalments from Zola's "Nana" (1879–80, translated by ). Its political ideas too were, as Triantafyllos later said, "so bold ... that [it] served as an entry ticket to the country’s prisons".
Triantafyllos (ca. 1665 – August 8, 1680) is a martyr of the Greek Orthodox Church. He was born in Volos, in then Ottoman-controlled Greece, and was taken captive by the Turks one day while he was working as a fisherman. He was tortured when he refused to renounce his Christian faith and convert to Islam and was eventually killed by his captors.
Triantafyllos is a member of national team of France in football tournament of 1968 Summer Olympics but without a cap in four games which played the team of France. In 1975 made his debut for France in friendly home win against Hungary. This is his sole appearance for France.
The celebrities who were competed this season were 8 women and 6 men; Christina Aloupi, Maria Iliaki, Nikoleta Karra, Niki Kartsona, Morfoula Ntona, Eirini Papadopoulou, Thalia Prokopiou, Elisavet Spanou, Theoxaris Ioannidis, Fanis Lampropoulos, Thanos Petrelis, Christos Spanos, Triantafyllos and Thanasis Viskadourakis. The professional partners were revealed on October 22, 2014.
At Olympiacos, Davourlis was one of the top players of the team, along with Georgios Delikaris, Yves Triantafyllos and Julio Losada. His team won one Greek Championship title and reached two consecutive Greek Cup finals, winning thanks to his goal in 1975 and losing in 1976. Nevertheless, his heart was travelling somewhere else.
Theodoridou has worked with numerous well-known composers and songwriters who had helped her set new standards in local music repertoire. Giorgos Theofanous, Giorgos Moukidis, Antonis Vardis, Giannis Parios, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Ilias Filippou, Giannis Papadopoulos, Mihalis Hatzigiannis, Eleanna Vrachali, Evanthia Reboutsika, Michalis Gkanas, Vasilis Giannopoulos, Natalia Germanou, Thanos Papanikolaou, Tasos Panagis, Panos Falaras, Triantafyllos, Evi Droutsa, Eleni Giannatsoulia and Phoebus are only a few of the songwriters and composers who have worked with Natassa.
Among the secondary characters is Lefteris and Kanella, the village's bakers who have a long-running feud with the village's greengrocers, Tasos and Chaido over a fig tree (only to have their feud resolved when their children, Billy and Gogo get together and eventually marry), the village's priest Papa-Triantafyllos and his gossiping wife Marika and Aglaia, the wacky teacher who is madly in love with Periandros and fantasizes about getting married to him.
In the transfer season of 2000, Machairidis failed to report to the preseason, with threats of having to compensate Benfica for unilaterally terminating his contract. After negotiations, he joined Kalamata on loan for the remainder of the season, leaving permanently in June 2001. Following Benfica, Triantafyllos would sign for Alki Larnaca of Cyprus where he would remain their for two seasons before finishing his career with boyhood club Doxa Drama in 2004.
Omar Effendi was the battle site several times over the 1821 Greek struggle for independence. The location of the village at the east side of the Mornos River on the road of Nafpaktos to Amfissa place it in a strategic position and a natural place to resist advancing troops between Aitolia and Phokis in either direction. In June 1822 a division of Omar Vryoni moved from Nafpaktos with destination Salona. A couple of kilometers east of Mornos River near Omar Effendi they met the troops of Triantafyllos Apokoritis and were forced to retreat.
In 1996, she relocated to Athens where she appeared at the music hall "Handres" next to other big Greek singers such as Antonis Remos, Labis Livieratos and Triantafyllos. This opportunity led to more massive recognition for her, and multiple professional singing offers. Her high quality performance on stage along with her voice and style led to her self-titled debut album, Natasa Theodoridou, being released in August 1997. The album went platinum in no time, establishing Theodoridou as one of the biggest names in the Greek music scene.
Machairidis began his professional career in 1990 with boyhood club Pandramaikos. After two spells with Pandramaikos and Skoda Xanthi, Triantafyllos would sign for Greek football giants AEK Athens in 1996. His stay with the Athens side would prove to be successful, as on his first appearance his side won the Greek Super Cup defeating Panathinaikos on penalties. He was also an integral part of the AEK side who won the 1996–97 Greek Cup. After two successful seasons with AEK, Machairidis moved to Thessaloniki, to play for P.A.O.K. F.C..
One of the most notorious concentrations camps was the Monastery of Saint George, near the village of Kalivia Feneou in Corinthia. The ELAS partisans killed the 6 monks and turned the monastery cellars into a prison (March 1943). Unlike other camps, hostages did not stay for long there as after a few days they were taken to several nearby cliffs and other isolated sites, where they were executed. The executions were supervised by Vaggelis Zegos (nicknamed "Stathes" or "Triantafyllos"), representative of the Peloponesian Office of the EAM. Zegos was also in charge of all operations against anticommunists and non-communists in Argolis, Corinthia and northern Arcadia. In order to terrorise the rural populations, he used to arrest 5-10% of the inhabitants of each village. Killings in Feneos carried on until June 1944.
Subsequently, more representative material, according to circumstance, of the whole collection was brought out in historic libraries and foundations of countries such as Italy, at the Venice Institute for Byzantine and Late-Byzantine Studies in 1993, with landmark editions by Aldus Manutius, the products of literary editors by renowned Greek scholars such as Markos Mousouros and Ioannes Gregoropoulos. In 1995, in Austria, at Vienna’s Imperial Library, nearly all the Greek books published/printed there (1749-1800) were exhibited, which were the most significant examples of the Neohellenic Enlightenment. In celebration of the Five Hundred Years since the establishment of the first Greek printing press (Venice 1499), the Greek Parliament Foundation assigned to Triantafyllos Sklavenitis and Konstantinos Staikos the organization of an exhibition of the most important material of the whole period.