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Queen Cleopatra’s Sole Surviving Handwriting Is a Single Greek Word

The sole surviving sample of Queen Cleopatra's handwriting, found on an ancient papyrus, reveals a single Greek word, "ginesthoi" (Greek: γίνεσθοι), meaning "make it happen" or " so be it". This remarkable document is a royal decree dated back to...

Wim Mertens: Greece's Role in Europe is Very Important

Famous Belgian composer and pianist Wim Mertens, on the occasion of his August 24 concert in ancient Nikopolis, in Preveza, expressed his admiration for Greece, saying that the country plays an important role in Europe. Mertens told Athens Macedonian News Agency...

Ancient Nicopolis In Preveza to Be Included In UNESCO Preserved Archaeological Sites

Ancient Nicopolis, situated close to Preveza in western part of Epirus, is a walled city founded in the 31 BC by Octavian in memory of his victory over Antony and Cleopatra at Actium. It is a well-preserved archaeological site, a...