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by Alexandros Pallēs

ePub Anekdota grammata tou Alexandrou Pallē (Seira Meletē-ereuna) (Greek Edition) download
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Alexandros Pallēs
ISBN13:
978-9602010556
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960201055X
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Hetaireia Hellēnikou Logotechnikou kai Historikou Archeiou (1986)
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Alexander (Greek: Αλέξανδρος, Aléxandros; 1 August 1893 – 25 October 1920) was King of Greece from 11 June 1917 until his death three years later, at the age of 27, from the effects of a monkey bite. The second son of King Constantine I, Alexander was born in the summer palace of Tatoi on the outskirts of Athens.

27 May 2019- Explore cjcollom's board "Megas Alexandros" on Pinterest. What others are saying. Alexander the Great chases down the Persian King Darius III at the battle of Gaugamela.

Alexandros is a very common male name in Greece, found in both mainland and the islands. As always though, the Greek Church features a Saint, thus, Saint Alexandros is also included in the Orthodox Calendar. Alexandros lived towards the end of 2nd century AD. It is a compound word, deriving from the words alexo and Andros, which, in ancient Greek, mean hold off and of man respectively. The name Alexandros was used in Ancient Greece both as name and an epithet (adjective) describing a person who is unbeatable. Sound of Name Alexandros: A-le’-ksan-dros. He was student of episcope Klimentios and he became Episcope in Cappadocia himself.