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2. The War of Greek Independence, 1821 to 1833 by Walter Alison Phillips (1897) " and seven Ephorates or district Governments were created under the leadership of Germanos; but the scheme was only partially successful

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3. ANNEX 10 – Ephorates OF ANTIQUITIES (The Greek texts are part of the data institutions and operators have submitted) • The Ephorate of Antiquities of Euboea implemented educational activities for Roma and other social groups, promoting the cultural diversity of the town and its different cultural periods.

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4. ELSTAT, Ephorates of Antiquities (excavations,funding,restoration,activities)

Elstat, Ephorates, Excavations

5. Ephorate ( plural Ephorates ) The office of an ephor; ephors collectively quotations

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6. Ephorates ; Other words with the same letter pairs

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7. Ephorates Still Exist Under Hellenic Ministry of Culture

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8. I landed on this page while searching for the address for the modern Ephorates that act under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture

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9. More than 30 directors and heads of archaeology Ephorates and museums across the country have slammed the Culture Ministry for making staff appointments on partisan grounds at the expense of merit

Ephorates, Expense

10. Adamnatia spent her career as an archaeologist at the Greek Ministry of Culture where, during her 35 years of service, she worked at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens and in three local Ephorates of prehistoric and classical antiquities: in the Dodecannese and in the Pelopponnese; on the island of Rhodes as deputy director, and

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11. After the completion of archaeological works, TAP donated the remaining equipment and unused materials to the local Ephorates of Antiquities, with the hope that they will be used to reveal more significant archaeological finds as the ones included in this volume

Equipment, Ephorates

12. The greatest increase will be in Ephorates for Byzantine antiquities, which are to double in number, reaching 28

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13. Prehistoric and classical antiquities Ephorates will grow from 25 to 39, a second ephorate for paleoanthropology and speleology will be created in Thessaloniki and four new specialized state archaeological institutes will be founded.

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14. From 2015 onwards the Project has become a collaboration with a number of different Ephorates of the Greek Archaeological Service

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15. These must be submitted through the School to the relevant Ephorates of Antiquities

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16. During her master-studies she worked in various international excavations and research projects with the German Archeological Institute (Athens, Munich), the Greek Ephorates of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and the Institute of Classical Archeology in Munich.

Excavations, Ephorates

17. Exploring ancient Greece’s contribution to the definitions and the meaning of ‘kallos’ throughout history, the exhibition features 300 unique archaeological items from museums, Ephorates of antiquities and collections in Greece, Italy and the Vatican.

Exploring, Exhibition, Ephorates

18. The Ephorates submit their recommendation to the Department(s) of Foreign Schools by December 31 of the same year

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19. The three peripheral units of 1833, called Ephorates of Antiquites, approach now 55 in number, including the great independent Museums and some special services (Underwater Archaeology, Spelaeology etc.).

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20. The rest come from the Ephorates of Antiquities of Northern Greece (Ephorates of Antiquities of Thessaloniki Region, Thessaloniki City, Chalkidice and Mount Athos, Hemathia, Pella, Pieria, Kozani, Grevena, Kastoria, Florina, Cilcis, Serres, Drama, Kavala-Thasos, Xanthe, Rhodope and Evros)

Ephorates, Evros

21. Ephorates, may have the same logical shema, although their vendors and types may be varied, and they may concern different types of monuments

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22. Ephorates of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and 28 Ephorates of Byzantine Antiquities

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23. For the protection of monuments dating after 1830 there are two Ephorates of Contemporary and Modern Monuments and 13 Services of Modern Monuments and Technical Works

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24. Both the 14-year-old girl and the 10-year-old boy refused the escorts appointed by the School Ephorates and requested the ones they had the previous year.

Escorts, Ephorates

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EPHORATES [ephorates]

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    What is the origin of the Ephorate?

    The origin of the ephorate is contested. According to Herodotus, the institution was created by Lycurgus after the Pythia dictated the constitution of Sparta to him. Another account by Plutarch states that the first ephors were appointed much later by Theopompus.

    What is the meaning of ephor?

    Definition of ephor. 1 : one of five ancient Spartan magistrates having power over the king.

    What does the Euphrates mean in the Bible?

    Euphrates [N] [E] [H] is probably a word of Aryan origin, signifying "the good and abounding river. ". It is most frequently denoted in the Bible by the term "the river.". The Euphrates is the largest, the longest and by far the most important of the rivers of western Asia.

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