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  • 181Achaemenid Empire — Persian Empire redirects here. For other uses, see Persian Empire (disambiguation). Persian Empire ← …

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  • 182Kythira — Infobox Greek Isles name = Kythira native name = Κύθηρα skyline = Diakofti port 200408.jpg sky caption = The island s main port Diakofti coordinates = coord|36|10|N|23|0|E chain = Ionian Islands isles = area = 279.593 highest mount = elevation =… …

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  • 183Cleomenes I — Cleomenes or Kleomenes (  /kliːˈ …

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  • 184Ottoman Greece — History of Greece This article is part of a series …

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  • 185Io (moon) — ] Unlike most satellites in the outer Solar System (which have a thick coating of ice), Io is primarily composed of silicate rock surrounding a molten iron or iron sulfide core. Most of Io s surface is characterized by extensive plains coated… …

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  • 186Septinsular Republic — Infobox Former Country native name = Επτάνησος Πολιτεία (el) Eptànisos Politìa (el Latn) Repubblica Settinsulare (it) conventional long name = Septinsular Republic common name = Septinsular Republic continent = Europe region = Balkans country =… …

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  • 187Himarë — This article is about the municipality. For the town, see Himarë (town). Himarë   Municipality   …

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  • 188Battle of Ephesus (498 BC) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Ephesus (498 BC) partof=the Ionian Revolt Persian Wars caption= date=498 BC place=Ephesus, Ionia result=Persian victory. territory=Temporary control of Ionia. combatant1=Ionia combatant2=Achaemenid… …

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  • 189Meganisi — Μεγανήσι Vathy Harbor Location …

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  • 190Lepanto opening — The Lepanto opening is probably the best known named opening in the board game Diplomacy . Developed by Edi Birsan, it is used by the generally weak Italy, in alliance with Austria, to defeat Turkey. It is named after the Battle of Lepanto, in… …

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  • 191Axis occupation of Greece during World War II — The three occupation zones. Blue indicates the Italian, red the German and green the territory annexed by Bulgaria. The Italian zone was taken over by the Germans in September 1943. The Axis occupation of Greece during World War II (Greek: Η… …

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  • 192Treaty of London (1864) — The Treaty of London in 1864 was in regards to the United Kingdom ceding the United States of the Ionian Islands to Greece. The United Kingdom had held an amical protectorate over the islands since the 1815 Treaty of Paris. The federated United… …

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  • 193Sicilian Wars — Infobox Military Conflict conflict= Sicilian Wars caption=Map of Sicily designed by [http://www.livius.org/a/1/maps/sicily map.gifMarco Prins Jona Lendering] with all the Phoenician and Greek settlements date= 480 BC 307 BC place= Sicily, North… …

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  • 194Kemal Reis — (c. 1451 ndash; 1511) was a Turkish privateer and Ottoman admiral. He was also the paternal uncle of the famous Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis who accompanied him in most of his important naval expeditions. Background and early career …

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  • 195Greek refugees — is a collective term used to refer to the Greeks from Asia Minor who were evacuated or relocated in Greece following the Treaty of Lausanne and the Population exchange between Greece and Turkey. Although the term has been used in various times to …

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  • 196Siege of Sardis (498 BC) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Siege of Sardis (498 BC) partof=the Ionian Revolt Persian Wars date=498 BC place=Sardis, Lydia result=Greeks raze Sardis, after victory. territory=None by the Greek; Persia keeps Sardis. combatant1=Ionians,… …

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  • 197Battle of Selinus — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Selinus partof=The Sicilian Wars campaign=The Second Sicilian War caption=Punic campaign against Selinus 409 BC. Political boundaries and path of troop movement are inexact because of lack of primary… …

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  • 198Banknote Museum — The Banknote Museum of Alpha Bank is a museum located in Corfu, Greece. [http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/news/civ 1283599KathiLev xml/ aspKath/civ.asp?fdate=18/01/2006 A history of Greece’s banknotes] Alexandra Koroxenidis Kathimerini English… …

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  • 199Republik der Ionischen Inseln — Vereinigte Staaten der Ionischen Inseln (1800 1864) …

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  • 200Corfu — /kawr fooh, fyooh/; It. /kawrdd fooh /, n. 1. Ancient, Corcyra. one of the Ionian Islands, off the NW coast of Greece. 89,664; 229 sq. mi. (593 sq. km). 2. a seaport on this island. 29,374. Greek, Kerkyra. * * * Greek Kérkira One of the Ionian… …

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