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Greece


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    • Griechenland
    • Grèce
    • Hellas
    • Yaṿan
    • Vasileion tēs Hellados
    • Hellēnikē Dēmokratia
    • République hellénique
    • Royaume de Grèce
    • Kingdom of Greece
    • Hellenic Republic
    • Ancient Greece
    • Ελλτ̔̈«”αϐ·δα
    • Ellada
    • Ελλτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς
    • Ellas
    • Ελληνικτ̔̈«”αδ· Δημοκραττ̔̈«”αε·α
    • Ellēnikē Dēmokratia
    • Elliniki Dimokratia
    • Grecia
    • Grčija
    • Hellada
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    • Sources

      • found: Koronéos, J. Les mollusques de la Grèce, 1979:t.p. (Grèce)
      • found: Amit, M. Toldot Yaṿan ha-ḳlasit, c1984:t.p. (Yaṿan)
      • found: Lexikon tōn dēmōn kai koinotētōn, 1963:t.p. (Vasileion tēs Hellados)
      • found: Mēniaion statistikon deltion tēs Genikēs Statistikēs Hypēresias tēs Hellados, Ian. 1929:t.p. (Hellēnikē Dēmokratia; République hellénique); Ian. 1939: t.p. (Vasileion tēs Hellados; Royaume de Grèce)
      • found: Mēniaion statistikon deltion (Ethnikē Statistikē Hypēresia tēs Hellados). Mēniaion statistikon deltion, Ian.-Phevr. 1956:t.p. (Vasileion tēs Hellados; Kingdom of Greece); Ian. 1977: t.p. (Hellēnikē Dēmokratia; Hellenic Republic)
      • found: The Statesman's year-book, 1992-93:p. 643 (under Greece: The modern Greek language had 2 contesting literary standard forms, the archaizing "Katharevousa ('purist'), and a version based on the spoken vernacular, 'Demotic'. In 1976 Standard Modern Greek was adopted as the official language, with Demotic as its core.)
      • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 14, 2008(Ancient Greece. The term ancient Greece refers to the periods of Greek history in Classical Antiquity, lasting ca. 750 BC (the archaic period) to 146 BC (the Roman conquest).)
      • found: Ancient Greece Web site, Feb. 14, 2008:history (Periods: Neolithic (6000-2900 BC); Early Bronze (2900-2000 BC); Minoan (2000-1400 BC); Mycenaean (1600-1100 BC); The Dark Ages (1100-750 BC); Archaic (750-500 BC); Classical (500-336 BC); Hellenistic (336-146 BC)) - http://www.ancientgreece.com/
      • found: Ancient-Greece.org Web site, Feb. 14, 2008:history of Ancient Greece > Hellenistic (The battle of Action is considered the pivotal moment that defines the end of Ancient Greece. After the battle of Action, the entire Hellenic world became subject to Rome. Greece in the next two thousand years was to undergo a series of conquests that made its people subjects of numerous powers and did not gain its self-determination until the 19th C. CE.)
      • found: Wikipedia, July 14, 2008(Greece (Greek: Ελλτ̔̈«”αϐ·δα = Ellada, Elláda [in rom.], or Ελλτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς = Ellas, Ellás [in rom.]), officially the Hellenic Republic (Ελληνικτ̔̈«”αδ· Δημοκραττ̔̈«”αε·α = Ellēnikē Dēmokratia); Ellinikí Dimokratía [in rom.])
      • found: Statistica mondiale dell'industria della carta. Supplemento 1953-1958, 1960:p. 40 (Grecia)
      • found: Kotnik, Janko. Slovensko-angleški slovar, 1962:page 754 (Grčija: Greece)
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