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Anaxagoras

1. Anaxagoras - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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2. Anaxagoras, Greece, ancient history
Anaxagoras (c.500-428 BC) Born in Clazomene, Asia, Anaximander was the first philosopher to settle in Athens where he founded a school. There he was...
3. Anaxagoras (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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4. Anaxagoras (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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5. Anaxagoras
Anaxagoras is credited with bringing philosophy, the study of knowledge, to Athens when he moved there in 480 B.C.
6. Anaxagoras - Pre-Socratic Philosopher
Anaxagoras was an Ionian philosopher who spent time in Athens with Euripides and Pericles who thought matter was once a single undifferentiated mass...
7. Anaxagoras(?) Papyrus
Anaxagoras(?) Papyrus
8. Perissa Karte - Santorin
Perissa Karte, Perissa auf Santorin hat einen langen schwarzen Sand strand und liegt in die Nachbarstadt von Kamari.
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12. Milesian school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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17. Pappus of Alexandria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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18. Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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19. Pericles, Greece, ancient history
Pericles was the best known statesman Greece ever had, studied under the philosopher Anaxagoras, became ruler of the city state of Athens and was an...
20. Homer, Greece, ancient history
Whether or not Homer was an actual person or not is still debated. This is called The Homeric Question and there has been suggestions that he was...
21. Presocratic Philosophers
Presocratic philosophers and their contributions to rational thought
22. Ancient historical people beginning with the letter A
Famous ancient people whose names begin with the letter A
23. Democritus of Abdera - The Laughing Philosopher
Persian magi instructed Democritus of Abdera in astronomy and theology. He visited Egypt, Ethiopia, Persia, and India, and may have studied under...
24. Cosmogony
The creation of the world or universe; a theory or account of such creation; as, the poetical cosmogony of Hesiod; the cosmogonies of Thales,...
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27. The Life of Sophocles
A chronological outline of the poet's life.
28. Euripides and His Tragedies
Biography of ancient Greek dramatist Euripides and analysis of his poetic qualities.
29. Megapenthes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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34. Klazomenai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Mykonos Island


Ιt is the cosmopolitan center of the Cyclades Complex. Its reputation has spread during the last years due to its unique landscape, its archaelogical sites, its cosmopolitan environment and its magnificent beaches.

White-washed, cube-shaped houses are scattered all over the island, narrow streets in the town, chapels and picturesque tavernas hide among art galleries and stores selling jewellery, souvenirs etc.

Trends that sweep through the international scene are born in the intense nightlife of this modern resort.

An island of tempting and tempestuous reputation such as Mykonos, with high tourism and a rather superficial lifestyle, inevitably has both fans and critics.

But even the most unsuspecting visitor immediately realizes that Mykonos is not only a crazy “bon-viveur”, but also an attractive, picturesque island with white Chora aside the crystal-clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea.

Direct international charter flights and regular domestic flights from Athens serve frequently, during summer, the airport of Mykonos.

Because it is so famous, Mykonos gets really overcrowded during high season but for those who enjoy the crowd, great fun and all night long entertainment, Mykonos is the ideal place for holidays.

Have a wonderful time...