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  • ..., who could afford the cost of the armaments. Almost all the famous men of ancient Greece, even the philosophers and playwrights, fought as hoplites at some p Hoplites generally armed themselves immediately before battle, since the equipment was so heavy. Each man provided his own gear so it was fairly non-uniform,
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  • ...t lies approximately 11 miles (18 km) west of Turkey, situated between the Greek mainland and the island of [[Cyprus]]. Its population in [[2004]] was estim ...s located at the far northern end of the island, including the site of the ancient and modern commercial harbor. The main air gateway ([http://www.hcaa-eleng.
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  • ...[1770]] - [[February 15]], [[1843]]) was a [[Greece|Greek]] general in the Greek [[War of Independence]] against the rule of the Ottoman Empire. ...e Russian fleet in the Russo-Turkish War. After 1810 served in a corps of Greek infantry in English service on [[Zakynthos]], and was awarded the brevet ra
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  • ...k language|Greek]] Χρυσή Αυγή, '''Chrysi Avgi'''), is a far-right [[Greece|Greek]] political organisation led by [[Nikolaos Michaloliakos]]. It expresses an *Peter Chalk: Non-Military Security in the Wider Middle East Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, volume=2
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  • ...tle of Crete''' (German '''Luftlandeschlacht um Kreta'''; [[Greek language|Greek]] '''Μάχη της Κρήτης''') began on the morning of [[May 20]] [[ ...f unit possessed by an Army, and deserters. Most of these men lacked heavy equipment.
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