A harmony of the four gospels in Greek

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For instance, Aristotle tells us that, when Sophocles acted in his own plays, he played only minor roles such as a lyre player, which makes sense if the playwright lacked a voice powerful enough to perform the great and demanding roles written for the Greek stage. TASOULA: Greek pet form of Latin Anastasia, meaning "resurrection." Contents of Volume 2:From the Great Idea to Balkan Union by Procopius Papastratis; The Greek Communist Party 1941-1945: The Internal Debates on Seizing Power by Pericles Grambas; The Greek Civil war 1946-1949 Christophe Chiclet; The Experience of Civil War in the Mountain Villages of Greece by Anna Collard; The Colonels Dictatorship 1967-1974 by Robert McDonald; The Greek-Turkish conflict by Heinz Richter; MODHIS Paperback; small 8vo; 1998 reprint of 'A Story of Modern Greece' 1968; pp379 inc index.

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Publisher: Nabu Press (November 3, 2013)

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