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Synonyms for Navarino

a decisive naval battle in the War of Greek Independence (1827)

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The Athenian decision to fortify Pylos quickly got the attention of the Spartans.
The tomb of the so-called Griffin Warrior was unusually intact and it contained the remains of someone researchers think was a Mycenaean warrior or priest, buried along with a treasure trove of riches, among them the Pylos Combat Agate, which was found face-down near the right arm of the Griffin Warrior's skeleton.
Virgil, of course, repeats Homer's frequent questioning of the ambiguity of our action as evidenced, for example, by his asking "whether a god stirred him, or his own spirit" concerning Telemachos's decision to go to Pylos (Odyssey IV.
He said he would find us a place in Pylos to live for the next three months.
Different chapters look at the ways that each author received Homer; their literary techniques, such as the use of speeches and depictions of decision-making processes; and their respective treatments of a historical character like Themistocles, of a common topic like the Persian Empire, or of similar incidents such as the battles of Thermopylae and Pylos.
But engkuklon can also mean 'fortification', variously translated as 'Rotunda', 'promontory' or 'abutment', in which case it is meant to be geopolitically applied to Pylos by the Spartan Negotiator.
0-magnitude tremor hit southeast of the coastal town of Pylos in the western Peloponnese at 14:53 pm, the observatory said.
The weather was fine, the sea was calm," Dimitris Kafantaris, mayor of the nearby coastal town of Pylos, told state-run TV Net.
CRUISES ADRIATIC/GREEK ISLANDS Seabourn (0843 373 2000) fly-cruise offers seven nights from Jul 13 on Seabourn Odyssey from Venice to Athens via Sibenik (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Corfu, Argostoli, Pylos, Nafplion and Piraeus (Athens).
Bin d Other towns we visited included Pylos, which is a slightly more upmarket resort on the west of the peninsula, filled with tavernas and bars and set below a walled old town.
This was especially true at Pylos and Sphacteria (425 BC), where Sparta suffered its most ignoble defeat and--almost unthinkable
With centaur friend Brax (and a stowaway), he must overcome a deathly fear of sailing to reach distant Pylos in the hopes King Nestor will have news of Odysseus.
facing the coast (Sfaktiria Gulf, Ionian Sea), in the areas of Pylos and Romanos in Messinia respectively.
In the preceding two hundred years 900-700Bc, the period when the Homeric poems are thought to be recorded, the first references are made to Dionysus, with an early reference to a deity named 'Diwonysos' appearing as part of a Linear B inscription found at a Mycenaean site near Pylos.