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  • Find all the detailed information about 'Ethnarch', only at The W2 - Wikipedia. — “Ethnarch :: The W2 - Wikipedia”, wiki.w2
  • Aspects of the topic ethnarch are discussed in the following places at Britannica. identified with the movement for enosis, the archbishop of Cyprus having traditionally played an important political role during the Turkish occupation as ethnarch, or head of the Greek Christian community. — “ethnarch (religion) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
  • Translations of ethnarch. ethnarch synonyms, ethnarch antonyms. Information about ethnarch in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ethnarch - the ruler of a province (as in the Roman Empire and Byzantine Empire) or certain religious rulers with secular authority; "the. — “ethnarch - definition of ethnarch by the Free Online”,
  • Augustus denied him the title king and gave him the title ethnarch, with a promise to name him king if he governed well. Archelaus sailed to Rome to appeal and was awarded a large share of the kingdom and the title ethnarch. — “Herod Archeleus Biblical Coins”,
  • Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for ethnarch in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education. — “ethnarch - Dictionary definition and pronunciation - Yahoo!”,
  • Thoroughbred pedigree for Ethnarch, progeny, and female family reports from the Thoroughbred Horse Pedigree Query. — “Ethnarch Horse Pedigree”,
  • Pompey took the temple in 63 BC. He abolished kings, made Hyrc*** High Priest with the title of Ethnarch, and a smaller Judaea was made tributary to the Romans in Syria. People do not like being ruled by foreigners, and the Roman occupation. — “The Jews in the Intertestament Years 2”,
  • Now if the pseudo government had offered to go Dutch I am sure our Ethnarch would have had no objections to an art school being set up in the north. Our Ethnarch gave the two-finger salute to the head honchos of the UN and the EU and was never going to have any qualms about doing the same to a. — “Tales from the coffeeshop - Cyprus Mail”, cyprus-
  • Definition of Ethnarch. Ethnarch. The governor of a province or people. Related Definitions: Governor, Of, Or, People, Province, The. Your Favorite Topics: Life Quotes - Love Quotes - Funny Quotes - Friendship Quotes - Wisdom Quotes. BrainyQuote. — “Definition of Ethnarch”,
  • Ethnarch definition, the ruler of a people, tribe, or nation. ethnarch (ˈɛθnɑːk) —n. the ruler of a people or province, as in parts of the Roman and Byzantine Empires [C17: from Greek ethnarkhēs, from ethnos nation + arkhein to rule]. — “Ethnarch | Define Ethnarch at ”,
  • Ethnarch, the anglicized form of ethnarches (Greek: θνάρχης) refers generally to political leadership over a common ethnic group or heterogeneous kingdom. The word is derived from the Greek words θνος (ethnos, "tribe/nation") and ρχων (archon. — “"Ethnarch" - definition, usage and history”,
  • ethnarch. ethnic. ethnic category. ethnic cleansing. ethnic minority. ethnicity. ethno ethnarch. eth·narch [ éth n rk ] (plural eth·narchs) noun. Definition:. — “ethnarch definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta”,
  • In Acts 9:2Damascus the ethnarch under Aretas the king was Acts 9:24guarding the city of the Damascenes in order to seize me. — “2Cor11:32 - Passage Lookup - New American Standard Bible”,
  • After the deposition of the eldest son of Herod, Archelaus (who had succeeded his father as ethnarch), Judea was placed under the rule of a Roman procurator. era succeduto al padre come ethnarch), la Giudea fu posto sotto la. — “Ponzio Pilato”, mb-
  • ethnarch ( ) n. The ruler of a province or a people. [Greek ethnarkhēs : ethnos , nation; see ethnic + -arkhēs , -arch.] ethnarchy eth ' nar ' chy Ethnarch, the anglicized form of ethnarches (Greek: ἐθνάρχης) refers generally to political leadership over a common ethnic group or homogeneous. — “ethnarch: Definition from ”,
  • Ethnarch Makarios and the Illegal Turkish Invasion in Cyprus. — “YouTube - Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the illegal Turkish”,
  • In the Greco-Roman world, one that stood at the head of any community, though not an independent ruler. The He was called both "strategos" and "ethnarch" (ib. xiv. 47). The title Σαρβὴθ Σαβαυ,αιέλ given by Origen to the Book of the Maccabees, would then. — “ - ETHNARCH”,
  • Definition of ethnarch from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of ethnarch. Pronunciation of ethnarch. Definition of the word ethnarch. Origin of the word ethnarch. — “ethnarch - Definition of ethnarch at ”,
  • We found 12 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word ethnarch: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "ethnarch" is defined. General (12 matching dictionaries) ethnarch: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]. — “Definitions of ethnarch - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • The title of Ethnarch was used in the Roman east to refer to rulers of vassal kingdoms who did not rise to the level of Kings. The most well-known is probably Herod Archelaus, son of Herod the Great, who served as Ethnarch of Judaea and Samaria between 4 BC and 6 AD. — “Ethnarch - Definition”,
  • Ethnarch, the anglicized form of ethnarches (Greek: ἐθνάρχης) refers generally to political leadership over a common ethnic group The best-known is probably Herod Archelaus, son of Herod the Great, who was ethnarch of Samaria, Judea and Idumea, from the death of his father in 4 BC to AD 6. His. — “Ethnarch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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  • Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the illegal Turkish Invasion Ethnarch Makarios and the Illegal Turkish Invasion in Cyprus
  • PAPADOPOULOS GEORGIOS 3 ETHNARCH OF GREECE
  • I synomosia ton Syntagmatarhon Pattakos Part1 I synomosia ton Syntagmatarhon Part1. The focus is on Brigadier General Stylianos Pattakos' role in the April 21st 1967 coup d'état that overthrew democracy in Greece. His role in the coup's success was indispensable because he controlled the tanks in the Athens area. He became Minister of the Interior. The most amazing thing, was that many of the plotters, were Colonels and beat to the punch the Generals, who were plotting their own coup and they arrested, Lieutenant General George Spantidakis, a Stefanopoulos appointee, the Commander in Chief of the Greek Army while he was at a reception! Perhaps the saddest thing in the whole affair was that ex-King Constantine II swore in and legitimized the plotters rather than arrest them. A move that was exploited by the anti-royalists in the December 1974 plebiscite that sealed the fate of the monarchy in Greece. He was even plotting with the Generals for his own coup,according to US State Department official, testimonies. It is true that there was political instability in Greece and George Papandreou's "unrelenting struggle" divided Greeks sharply and contributed to the political polarization of Greece, however the Army is not and should not be a decider of elections this is the role of the people in a democracy. Nor should the Army decide if and when elections are to be held. Pattakos claims, part of the reason for the coup, was to save Greece from Andreas Papandreou's "revolutionary rhetoric" of forming a government if his ...
  • Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the Cyprus Tragedy 4 of 4
  • Ethnarch Makarios - 1st President of Cyprus
  • ΟΧΙ (NO TO THE ANNAN PLAN) The final version of the UN Annan plan is much more complicated compared to its previous versions. Its philosophy derives out of the existing Cyprus constitution that was drafted in 1960 by the British in order to cause deadlocks and subsequently havoc between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities in Cyprus with the overriding objective of retaining the two British military bases in Cyprus in Dekelia and in Akrotiri indefinitely. Notwithstanding the fact that the UN Annan plan is comprehensive, it contains very many elements that makes it dysfunctional, such as : 1) the retaining of the Turkish army in Cyprus with extended intervention rights!!! Turkey intervened once in Cyprus and caused Ethnic cleansing of 200000 Greek Cypriots, the destruction of numerous Greek Orthodox Churches and monasteries in Cyprus, and the sellout of Greek archaeological treasures of unprecedented value. All foreign armies should depart from Cyprus. The USA should assume responsibility for the 1974 crime of coup d' etat. It is the CIA who mechanized, promoted and organized the coup. 2) the retaining of the illegal Turkish settlers brought in Cyprus by Turkey in order to destroy the demographics of Cyprus, [This destruction affects not only the Greek-Cypriots but also the Turkish Cypriots that are a minority in the occupied areas of Cyprus] and 3) the deprivation of the properties of the Greek Cypriots in the occupied areas of Cyprus by Turkey. TURKISH SETTLERS MUST BE COMPENSATED BY TURKEY ...
  • MAKARIOS - INDEPENDENCE OF CYPRUS
  • Ethnarch Makarios was a bigger man than his enemies "Έλληνες Κύπριοι, νενικήκαμεν!" ("Greek Cypriots, we have won!") - Makarios, March 1, 1959. Like a new marathon runner, a new Pheidippides, 2450 years later, he believed victory meant peace, finally. The end of the armed struggle and a period of prosperity for all Cypriots. His speeches to enthusiastic crowds waving the blue and white stripes of Greece's flag, are full of optimism for the future of the island. He was aiming for a state that is governed with morality as its guiding principle, "Kratos Theou". This was the moment of triumph for the Archbishop, and for all Cypriots. The Republic of Cyprus was a reality, at last. True, union with Greece, the main goal of the liberation struggle was not achieved. And the legendary Grivas Digenis' battles and the EOKA heroes, some as young as 15 years old, died for enosis not independence. Grivas, in his memoirs is very critical of the agreements. One could argue, independence was a better deal than the Macmillan plan of 1957 or the subsequent Acheson 1 and 2 plans. A great exchange between then Prime Minister Georgios Papandreou and Dean Acheson can be found here: www.cyprus- The threat of imposition of the Macmillan Plan along with a cold calculation of the forces against union with Greece, namely Turkey and Britain primarily, and the US secondarily, caused the Archbishop to change his mind and accept independence, as the lesser of two evils. It is also true, that Makarios as time went on and especially after 1967 ...
  • MAKARIOS - The President of Cyprus speaks in 1974 MAKARIOS PRESIDENT OF CYPRUS
  • Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the Cyprus Tragedy 2 of 4
  • Ethnarch Makarios returned from exile Makarios returned from exile and almost two-thirds of the adult Greek population turned out to welcome him in Athens.
  • Constantine Karamanlis Ethnarxis of Greece A tribute to Ethnarch Constantine Karamanlis, a towering colossus of Greek and European politics, 100 years from his birth. A champion of national reconciliation and of European integration. He served: 1. Nov. 1946 to Feb. 1947: Minister of Labor. 2. May to Oct. 1948: Minister of Transportation. 3. Nov. 1948 to Feb. 1950: Minister of Social Welfare. 4. Nov. 1952 to Oct. 1955: Minister of Public Works. 5. 1956-1963: Prime Minister having won consecutive elections in 1955, 1958 and 1961. 6. 1963-1974 Self-imposed exile in Paris France. 7. 1974-1980: Prime Minister having won consecutive elections in 1974 and 1977. Democracy was restored to its birthplace and Greece became the 10th member of the European Union. Reconciliation of all Greeks was a major goal, the Greek Communist Party was legalized, after 27 years, in 1974. 8. 1980-1985: President of the Republic, he oversaw the transition to a leftist government. 9. 1990-1995: President of the Republic for a second term. He retired at the age of 88 in 1995,having spent 8 years as a Minister, 14 years as a Prime Minister, 10 years as President of the Republic, altogether being half a century in public life. Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said on the occasion of his death: "On behalf of the people of Canada, I offer sincere condolences to the people of Greece. Mr. Karamanlis will be remembered for his vision and leadership... with his passing Greece has lost one of its greatest statesmen and Europe one of its most ...
  • I synomosia ton Syntagmatarhon Pattakos Part2 I synomosia ton Syntagmatarhon Pattakos Part2. Georgios Rallis, a great Patriot, then Minister of the Interior, and subsequently anti junta resistance leader, a close associate of the Ethnarch Constantine Karamanlis, tried to rally Greece's Third Army against the plotters, but did not succeed and was arrested. Rallis' orders the fateful early morning hours of April 21, 1967 were: "Προς Γ' Σώμα Στρατού. Τούτο να αναλάβη την κοινοποίησιν προς Α' και Β' Σώματα Στρατού. Πρόεδρος κυβερνήσεως και υπουργός Αμύνης συνελήφθησαν υπο επαναστατών. Ευρίσκομαι ελεύθερος εν επαφή μετά Βασιλέα και εντέλλομαι οπως κινήσετε τάχιστα προς Αθήνας δυνάμεις σας κρατούντες εις περιοχήν μόνον τα απαραίτητα δι' ασφάλειαν ταύτης τμήματα. Εάν προβληθεί υπό στασιαστών αντίστασις αύτη δέον εξουδετερωθή αμέσως." Γεώργιος Ράλλης, υπουργός Δημοσίας Τάξεως. Rallis' ordered the third Army to "neutralize the coup plotters". He told them "he was in contact with the King." At 8 AM the coup leaders enter the Royal Palace, unarmed, but the 27 year old King did not arrest them. Our focus is on Brigadier General Stylianos Pattakos' role in the April 21st 1967 coup d'état that overthrew democracy in Greece. He was indispensable to the coup's success because he controlled the tanks in the Attica region. He became Minister of the Interior. The most amazing thing, was that many of the plotters, were Colonels and beat to the punch the Generals, who were plotting their own coup and arrested Lieutenant General George ...
  • Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the Cyprus Tragedy 3 of 4
  • King George I of the Hellenes Constitutional Monarch King George I of the Hellenes. The longest reigning Monarch in Greece, the founder of the Glücksburg dynasty, reigned for 50 years, between 1863-1913. The first Hellenic King, who was elected, not selected, unanimously, by the Hellenic Assembly/Parliament. Article 24 of the Constitution of 1844, according to which "The King appoints and removes his Ministers" was making the Ministers subservient to the King. King George I proclaimed the principle that: "the Prime Minister will be appointed from the party that has the majority in the Assembly/Parliament (Vouli in Greek)". This is the founding principle of Constitutional Monarchy. Crown Democracy was born. His motto was: "Ίσχυς μου η Αγάπη του Λαού" meaning "My power is derived from the love of the people." A believer in the rule of Law and the Constitution of 1864, that protected human rights and was against unreasonable search and seizures, as the embodiment of these principles. King George I expressly pledged, in a speech from Parliament in 1875: "I demand as a prerequisite, of "all that I call beside me" to assist me in governing the country, to possess the manifest confidence and trust of "the majority of the Nation's representatives". Furthermore, I accept this approval to "stem from the Parliament", as without it the harmonious functioning of the polity would be impossible". His assassination in 1913 was truly a National tragedy because his son Constantine I, was not popular with "the allies" and Greece paid dearly ...
  • Attila '74 Attila '74. 1975 with a 1999 update. Mihalis Cacoyannis interviews Ethnarch Makarios and Nikos Georgiadis (Sampson). The Archbishop, standing among the ruins, explains how he escaped on July 15th 1974 during the coup against him by the junta in Athens. Nikos Georgiadis, the President of Cyprus for 8 days, claims he took over the Presidency to avert bloodshed and restore law and order.
  • PAPADOPOULOS GEORGIOS 2 THE ETHNARCH OF GREECE ALWAYS FOR THE PEOPLE HE NEVER STOLE A DRACHMA FROM THE PEOPLE AS THE GOVERNING MONKEYS DO TODAY AND THEY CALLED HIM A DICTATOR BECAUSE HE CHANGED THE REGIME OF GREECE AND KICKED THE KING AND BROUGHT DEMOCRACY!!!! THEY WANTED TO PROVENT HIM FROM A PALIAMENTARY VICTORY ELECTION AFTER THE CHANGE OF THE POLITICAL SCENE IN GREECE IN 1974.
  • CYPRUS TURKISH GENOCIDE and CYPRUS HISTORY
  • Constantine Karamanlis - Ethnarch of Greece Pictorial tribute to Constantine Karamanlis, towering politician and patriarch of Greece's entrance and involvement in the European Union. He served as Prime Minister for 14 years and President of the Republic of Greece for another 10 years. He retired from office at the age 88.
  • Eleftherios Venizelos Part1of 4 Eleftherios Venizelos Part1 of 4. Eleftherios Venizelos. Arguably, the greatest orator, and political mind of Greece and Europe in his time, the greatest Hellenic statesman since Pericles. His 1910 speech, in Athens, was one of the greatest oratoric achievements of the 20th century: "I do not promise from one day to the next the Government will inaugurate the Golden Age. As the malady is serious the treatment will be long. What I promise is that the treatment will be radical and effective. The first duty of the politician is to sacrifice his personal interests and those of his party to the general interests of his country. It is also his duty to speak always the truth, to great and small, without bothering about the displeasure this loyalty may provoke." His wanting to avoid war with Bulgaria, he explained thus in the Assembly in 1917: "A responsible Minister had no business to hurry into a war in which the chances of success...had the narrow margin of 60% success as the General Staff told me." Venizelos' speeches should be a must read for every future Prime Minister of Hellas and even future aspiring demagogues. The Venizelos miracle 1910-1920 touched every aspect of Hellenic life. From simplifying the Court system to protecting consumers from creditors, redressing the unfairness in the tax system and his educational reforms. Eleftherios Venizelos in his opening speech to the Hellenic Parliament of 1928 he stated: "Some accuse me of being overly optimistic... no great ...
  • Ethnarch Makarios speaks for the Cyprus Tragedy 1 of 4
  • Attila '74 Attila '74. 1975 with a 1999 update. Mihalis Cacoyannis, interviews pro-enosis (union with Greece) supporters, Ethnarch Makarios and Nikos Georgiadis Sampson.
  • ELECTRO ETHNARCH A Rocking video on the technical festival by the almighters..
  • The "isolation" of Turkish Cypriots (A Myth) - Part 1 of 2 The myth of Turkish Cypriot isolation continues to confuse those with an interest in Cypriot politics. In an attempt to upgrade the status of the illegal regime in occupied Cyprus, millions of pounds in public relations are being wasted on trying to prove a negative -- the alleged isolation of the Turkish Cypriots. Despite the efforts of Turkey and the leaders of the Turkish Cypriots to have the so-called government of the occupied north recognised as a legitimate one, only Turkey recognises it. Therefore, Turkey's claim of 'isolation' is designed to pressure the EU and the UN into recognition of the existence of that illegal entity. Number of Turkish Cypriots with Republic of Cyprus documentation Official figures up to May 2007 -------------------------- 90920 Turkish Cypriots with Republic of Cyprus birth certificates -------------------------- 79497 Turkish Cypriots with Republic of Cyprus identity cards -------------------------- 49156 Turkish Cypriots with Republic of Cyprus passports -------------------------- Unfortunately in this case the facts shout louder than the money can talk. According to statistics released by the Republic of Cyprus in June 2007 and accurate as of May 2007: 49156 Turkish Cypriots currently have Republic of Cyprus passports; 79497 have Republic identity cards and 90920 have Republic birth certificates. Armed with these documents, the Turkish Cypriots are free to travel not only throughout the Cyprus Republic but also, as citizens of the ...
  • PAPADOPOULOS GEORGIOS 1 THE ETHNARCH OF GREECE ALWAYS FOR THE PEOPLE HE NEVER STOLE A DRACHMA FROM THE PEOPLE AS THE GOVERNING MONKEYS DO TODAY AND THEY CALLED HIM A DICTATOR BECAUSE HE CHANGED THE REGIME OF GREECE AND KICKED THE KING AND BROUGHT DEMOCRACY!!!! THEY WANTED TO PREVENT HIM FROM A PALIAMENTARY VICTORY ELECTION AFTER THE CHANGE OF THE POLITICAL SCENE IN GREECE IN 1974.
  • Eleftherios Venizelos Aristotle's Disciple Eleftherios Venizelos. Arguably, the greatest orator, and political mind of Greece and Europe in his time, the greatest Hellenic statesman since Pericles. His 1910 speech, in Athens, was one of the greatest oratoric achievements of the 20th century: "I do not promise from one day to the next the Government will inaugurate the Golden Age. As the malady is serious the treatment will be long. What I promise is that the treatment will be radical and effective. The first duty of the politician is to sacrifice his personal interests and those of his party to the general interests of his country. It is also his duty to speak always the truth, to great and small, without bothering about the displeasure this loyalty may provoke." His wanting to avoid war with Bulgaria, he explained thus in the Assembly in 1917: "A responsible Minister had no business to hurry into a war in which the chances of success...had the narrow margin of 60% success as the General Staff told me." Venizelos' speeches should be a must read for every future Prime Minister of Hellas and even future aspiring demagogues. The Venizelos miracle 1910-1920 touched every aspect of Hellenic life. From simplifying the Court system to protecting consumers from creditors, redressing the unfairness in the tax system and his educational reforms. Eleftherios Venizelos in his opening speech to the Hellenic Parliament of 1928 he stated: "Some accuse me of being overly optimistic... no great task can be completed without deep ...
  • MAKARIOS - The President of Cyprus 1913 - 1977
  • Constantinos Karamanlis Ethnarxis tis Ellados A tribute to Ethnarch Constantine Karamanlis, a towering colossus of Greek and European politics, 100 years from his birth. A champion of national reconciliation and European integration. He served: 1. Nov. 1946 to Feb. 1947: Minister of Labor. 2. May to Oct. 1948: Minister of Transportation. 3. Nov. 1948 to Feb. 1950: Minister of Social Welfare. 4. Nov. 1952 to Oct. 1955: Minister of Public Works. 5. 1956-1963: Prime Minister having won consecutive elections in 1955, 1958 and 1961. 6. 1963-1974 Self-imposed exile in Paris France. 7. 1974-1980: Prime Minister having won consecutive elections in 1974 and 1977. Democracy was restored to its birthplace and Greece became the 10th member of the European Union. Reconciliation of all Greeks was a major goal, the Greek Communist Party was legalized, after 27 years, in 1974. 8. 1980-1985: President of the Republic, he oversaw the transition to a leftist government. 9. 1990-1995: President of the Republic for a second term. He retired at the age of 88 in 1995,having spent 8 years as a Minister, 14 years as a Prime Minister, 10 years as President of the Republic, altogether being half a century in public life. Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said on the occasion of his death: "On behalf of the people of Canada, I offer sincere condolences to the people of Greece. Mr. Karamanlis will be remembered for his vision and leadership... with his passing Greece has lost one of its greatest statesmen and Europe one of its most prominent ...