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  • end of the last glacial period. Lesbos is also the name of a regional unit of the North Aegean region, within which Lesbos island is one of five governing
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  • Sappho (redirect from Sappho of Lesbos)
    Psáp-phō; c. 630 – c. 570 BC) was an Archaic Greek poet from the island of Lesbos. Sappho is known for her lyric poetry, written to be sung while accompanied
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  • finishing production on Vampyros Lesbos, Franco began working on his next film She Killed in Ecstasy (1971). Vampyros Lesbos was released in July 15, 1971
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  • Lesbian (redirect from Lesbo)
    times after twice mentioning the island of Lesbos, and so could be construed to mean 'from the island of Lesbos'. In 1875, George Saintsbury, in writing
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  • Archbishop Ieronimos II of Athens, the Moria Refugee Camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, to call the attention of the world to the refugee issue. There the three
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  • moved to Mytilene on Lesbos in 345/4, it is very likely that he did so at the urging of Theophrastus. It seems that it was on Lesbos that Aristotle and
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  • exceptions being: fragments of the works of the poet Sappho from the island of Lesbos, in Aeolian, and the poems of the Boeotian poet Pindar and other lyric poets
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  • Asclepiodotus (Greek: Ἀσκληπιόδοτος) of Lesbos was an ally of Mithridates VI of Pontus during the First Mithridatic War of 90-85 BC. He was close to Mithridates
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  • figure in the Modern Greek Enlightenment. Benjamin of Lesbos was born on the island of Lesbos in the town of Plomari. At the age of 17 he travelled to
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  • Lesbos Prefecture (Greek: Νομός Λέσβου) was one of the prefectures of Greece. It comprised three main islands: Lesbos itself, Lemnos, and the smaller
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  • A lesbian is a gay woman. Lesbian may also refer to: An inhabitant of Lesbos, a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. Lesbian Greek dialect, an Aeolic Greek
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  • the international airport of Mytilene, the capital of the Greek island Lesbos. The airport began to operate in 1948 however it was 1980 before the first
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  • Mytilene (category Populated places in Lesbos)
    11th century BC. Mytilene is the capital city and port of the island of Lesbos and also the capital and administration center of the North Aegean Region
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  • This is a list of settlements in the island of Lesbos in Greece: Afalonas Agia Marina Agia Paraskevi Agiasos Agra Akrasi Alyfanta Ampeliko Anemotia Antissa
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  • pp. 477-79. José J. Caerols, Helanico de Lesbos (1991), fragment 84. José J. Caerols, Helanico de Lesbos (1991), fragment 4. Fragments in Karl Wilhelm
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  • Central Greece Peloponnese Mt. Olympus Lefkada Cephalonia Zakynthos Lemnos Lesbos Chios Samos Andros Tinos Mykonos Icaria Patmos Naxos Milos Santorini Kos
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  • whipping. Galienus called fellatio lesbiari since women of the island of Lesbos were supposed to have introduced the practice of using one's lips to give
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  • forest of Lesbos is a petrified forest on Lesbos in Greece. It has been designated as a protected natural monument. The petrified forest of Lesbos was formed
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  • Central Greece region. After the third and fourth largest Greek Islands, Lesbos and Rhodes, the rest of the islands are two-thirds of the area of Rhodes
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  • Raphael, Nicholas and Irene of Lesbos (Greek: Ραφαήλ, Νικόλαος και Ειρήνη) are venerated as saints and "new martyrs" (Άγιοι νεομάρτυρες) in the Orthodox
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