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American Philhellene

The American Slave Who Fought in the Greek War of Independence

Ayios Ioannis Church in Argos was the site of a commemoration of the life of notable former slave and American philhellene James Williams.

American Archaeologist Devoted Life to Reviving Ancient Nemean Games

An American archaeologist has devoted his entire professional life to uncovering ancient Nemea and reviving ancient Greece's Nemean Games.

American Philhellenes and the Greek Revolution of 1821

American Philhellenes came to the aid of the Greek people during the Greek Revolution of 1821 and became brothers in arms for liberation.

Philhellenes in Maine Devote Lives to Promoting Greece, Hellenism

Irwin Novak and Mary Snell, philhellenes who live near Portland, Maine, have devoted much of their lives to furthering the knowledge of, and appreciation for, their beloved Greece. From establishing The Hellenic Society of Maine (HSoM) to creating the "Sister...

Archaeologist Stephen Miller, Father of Nemean Games Revival, Dies

Following five decades of research and excavations, Stephen G. Miller leaves behind a legacy to Greece and the world of the Nemean Games. Professor Miller died on Tuesday following a hemodialysis procedure