Amphipolis.gr | Prophet Daniel and the old testament. Enigmatic reference to Alexander

CHAPTER 8- The second vision of Daniel: The duel of Rams and goat. The importance of vision.

The second vision of Daniel- The duel of Rams and goat.

Dan. 8,1 During the third year of the reign of King Balthasar, Daniel paroysiasthi in me a vision, After the vision, which had previously idei.

Dan. 8,2 Eyriskomin at Susa at a ochyron pyrgon, that was in place Ailam. There I saw a vision. I saw IE, that eyriskomin near the river Oybal.

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http://amphipolis.gr | Amphipolis became game

The first board game for the tumulus of Amphipolis is fact from the Greek company Desylas games.
One of the largest excavations in Greece in recent years, the archaeological site of Amphipolis is threatened by landslides.!!!!! As a result, several teams of archaeologists work feverishly to secure as many of the valuable discoveries, as can.

We hope not to become Act ever scenario despite the particularly good production. Good fun

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Amphipolis.gr | Something we hide;

After publication in our previous article on 31/7/15 revealed a broad use of the Mound by Kasta world financial centres unknown, We note that already has withdrawn the shot of the highways from the same international source. Because I had erased all traces of the previous revelation.!!!

Ask again:
Who designed the valorisation plan of mound Kasta;
Who knows within Greece for this shot;
Why rushed rapidly to conceal the scheme after the us disclosure;
What's in the Tomb, We do not know we, that is likely to cause such investment;

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Amphipolis. gr | Letter to Alexander the great

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What he wrote the 2009 the President of the Parliament in a letter to President Barack Obama to Alexander the great;

The then President of the Greek Parliament, Ms. Dimitris Sioufas sent letters to the Presidents of the parliaments of the Member States of the EU and NATO and the President of the European Parliament, which tells them the standing Greek posts on the name issue with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. And not only!… Read the letter, they had sent to the President of the USA. Barack Obama on the same topic with many us national and indisputable historical facts, signing about 200 academics and other celebrities!!…

TO 18 Aug 2009 the then President of the Greek Parliament k. Dimitris Sioufas sent letters to the Presidents of the parliaments of the Member States of the EU and NATO and the President of the European Parliament, which tells them the standing Greek posts on the name issue with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
In his Epistles, inter alia, Mr. Sioufas underlined that Greece has paid over time and make every effort to find a mutually acceptable solution with the neighbor country in the framework of the United Nations. Stresses that Greece shall enter, timeless, in the negotiations at the United Nations, showing good faith and constructive spirit, accepting a solution that provides a composite name, with a geographical definition and applies to all.
With the letters k. Sioufas sent to correspondents pleading with the Greek positions, as well as the letter sent, at 18 May 2009, 200 academics from around the world to President of USA k. Barack Obama, in which are recorded once again the real historical events, I fully confirm the Greek positions.
The number of 200 academic, originally signed the abovementioned letter, arrives today 346 from around the World. (Attached the text of the letter).
Letter to President Barack Obama
18 May 2009
To the Honorable President Barack Obama
President, United States Of America
White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
Dear President Obama,
We, the undersigned scholars of Graeco-Roman antiquity, with all due respect, We urge you to intervene in order to remove enough of the debris left behind historic nature of the previous us Government from Southeast Europe.
At 4 November 2004, two days after the re-election of President George W. Bush, the us Government unilaterally recognized the "Republic of Macedonia". This Act not only canceled the geographical and historical truth, yet unleashed a dangerous epidemic of historical revisionism, the most obvious symptom is the abuse by the Government in Skopje of the most famous of Macedonians, Alexander the great.
We believe that the recklessness that has exceeded his remit and how u.s.a. have no reason to support Subversion history. Let's look at the data (The documentation of those listed here with bold (bold)located in http://macedonia-evidence.org/documentation.html) [Translator's note: valid for the English original text, on the Internet].
The specific country, with the modern capital, Skopje, called Paeonia in antiquity. The Voras mountains (Kaimaktsalan) and Slavyanka (which are currently the northernmost border of Greece) constitute a natural boundary that separates and divides Macedonia from its northern neighbour. The only real connection point is located along the river Axios/Vardar, But even this Valley "there is a hotline», because divided by gorges.
While it is true that the Paeonian kathypotachthikan by Philip II, father of Alexander, the 358 e.g., were not Macedonians and not residing in Macedonia. In the same way, the Egyptians for example, who kathypotachthikan by Alexander, may ruled by Macedonians, including the famous Cleopatra, but there were never Macedonians themselves and not called Macedonia Egypt ever.
Indeed, Macedonia and the Greek Macedonians reside here and 2.500 years at least in the territories of modern Greek province of Macedonia. The same kind of relationship applies to Attica and Athenian Greeks, the Argos and the Greeks of Argos, Corinth and Greek Corinthians and so on.
We do not understand how the contemporary inhabitants of ancient Paionia, who speak Slabika – language which was cultivated in the Balkans about a Millennium after the death of Alexander – can claim it as their national hero. Alexander the great was entirely and indisputably Greek. The great-great-great-grandfather of, Alexander I, participated at the Olympics, where participation was permitted only in Greek.
Even before Alexander a., the Macedonians were placing their ancestral roots in Argos and many of their kings used the Head of Hercules – the quintessential Greek hero – their currencies.
Euripides – who died and was interred in Macedonia – wrote the theatrical work of Archelaos in honor of Uncle Philip, Alexander's father and wrote in Greek. While he was in Macedonia, Euripides wroteBacchae, also in Greek. Apparently the Macedonian audience was able to understand what he wrote and what he heard.
His father Alexander, Philip, He won several victories in the horse races at Olympia and Delphi, two more Greek than all the sanctuaries of ancient Greece, where were not allowed in non-Greeks to fight. Even more important is the fact that Philip was appointed organizer of Games in Delphi Pythiwn the 346 e.g.. In other words, Alexander's father and his ancestors were entirely Greek. The Greek text used by Demosthenes and thedelegation from Athens When visiting the Philip, also the 346 e.g..
Another Greek North, Aristotle, He went to study for 20 years ago at the Academy of Plato. Then he returned to Macedonia and was teacher of Alexander III. In teaching space, who survives near Naoussa in Macedonia, They spoke Greek.
Alexander always had with him on his campaigns Homer's Iliad and specific version of Aristotle. Alexander spread Greek language and Greek culture throughout his empire,founding cities and creating educational centers. This explains the fact that inscriptions on typical Greek institutions such as the high school have been found in so distant places such as Afghanistan. It's all written in Greek.
And so questions arise: Why was the Greek language lingua franca throughout the Empire of Alexander the great, where was "Macedonian"; Because it was written in Greek, e.g., the new testament;
The answers are obvious: Alexander the great was Greek, not Slav. The Slavs and their language were not anywhere close to Alexander or his homeland despite 1000 years later. This brings us back to the geographical region, which was known in antiquity as Paeonia. Why people who reside there today to call themselves Macedonians and their country Macedonia; Why steal a wholly Greek format and transform it into their national hero;
The ancient Paeonian, either was or wasn't Greek, undoubtedly made ellinizontes (“Greekish”) and there were never Slavs. Also, were not Macedonians. The ancient Paeonia was part of the Macedonian Empire. The same goes for Ionia , the Syria, the Palastini, Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Babylonia, the Baktria etc.. Hence, may temporarily became "Macedonian", but none were ever "Macedonia". The theft of Philip and Alexander from a country that was never Macedonia cannot be justified.
The traditions of ancient Paionia could be adopted by today's inhabitants of that region and this could be justified. The extension, However, the geographical term "Makedonia", in order to cover southern Yugoslavia cannot be justified. Even at the end of 19th century, the wrong use implied unhealthy territorial aspirations.
The same motivation is behind them school maps, illustrating the pseudo- Great Macedonia, from Skopje to Olympus, with Slavic inscription. The same map, and the demands of, located in calendars, stickers for cars, notes etc., moving to the new State ever since it proclaimed its independence from Yugoslavia the 1991. Why a new, poor country, which is surrounded by land, to make such blunders in history; Why to sneer and causes so delved its neighbour;
As to Mark anyone such a behavior, It is clear that this behavior is not meant the historical accuracy, nor stability in the Balkans. It is regrettable that the u.s.a. have ypothalpsei and encourages such behavior.
We appeal to you, Mr President, in order to help – whichever way you consider appropriate – the Skopje government to understand that it cannot build its national identity at the expense of historical truth. The international community cannot survive when we ignore history, let alone when it comes to invent.

 

Harry eϊberi, Professor Of Classics , University Of Pittsburgh (U.S.A)
Dr. Dirk Mpeken-Dorff, Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz (Germany)
Elizampeth Banks, Assistant Professor Of Classical Studies (syntax.), University Of Kansas (U.S.A)
Loyϊtzi Mpesi, Professor Emeritus Of Classical Archaeology, University Of Florence (Italy)
Tzozin Block, Professor of ancient history and Classical Culture, University Of Utrecht (Netherlands)
Alan Mpegkcholnt, Emeritus Professor Of Classical Studies, Brown University (U.S.A)
Efrosini Mpoytsikas, Lecturer Of Classical Archaeology, University Of Kent (United Kingdom)
Keith Mprantli, Professor Of Classics, Self-appointed award Jay and Ellen Shahin, History Professor, University Of Notre Dame (U.S.A)
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Francis Cairns, Classical Language Teacher, University Of Florida (U.S.A)
John Mackay Camp II, Participation in excavations at the ancient Agora and Professor of archaeology of the American School of classical studies at Athens (Greece)
Paul Kartletz, Professor Of Greek Cultural Heritage (G A prize.. Leventis), University Of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Paavo Kastren, Emeritus Professor Of Classical Philology, University Of Helsinki (Finland)
William Kabana, Professor Of Aegean Prehistory, Notingkcham University (United Kingdom)
Angelos Chaniotis, Professor, Researcher Scholar (Senior Research Fellow), College Ol Sooyls, Oxford (United Kingdom)
Paul Christesen, Professor Of Ancient Greek History, Dartmouth College (U.S.A)
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Pierre Ntykri, Emeritus Professor, University Of Lausanne (Switzerland)
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Dennis Feeney, Giger Professor Of Latin (Giger award), Princeton University (U.S.A)
Elizabeth Fisher, Professor of classical studies and History of art, Randolph College-Meϊson (U.S.A)
Nick Fisher, Professor of ancient history, Cardiff University (United Kingdom)
Leon Fitts, Emeritus Professor Of Classical Studies (Asbury award J Clarke), FSA, Dickinson College (U.S.A)
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Douglas Gerber, Emeritus Professor Of Classical Studies, University Of Western Ontario (Canada)
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Anthony Kalntelis, Professor of Greek and Latin, Ohio University (U.S.A)
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Robert Kehl, Professor Of Archaeology, Department of Classics and Oriental Studies, Hunter College, City University New York (U.S.A)
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John Mylonopoulos, Associate Professor of Greek history and archaeology Art, Columbia University, New York (U.S.A)
Richard Noϊnteker, Classical Archaeology, German Archaeological Institute In Rome (Italy)
James Nioycharnt, Assistant Professor Of Classics, College Tsarlston (U.S.A)
Carol Nioylants, Professor Of Classical Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison (U.S.A)
John Maxwell The Mpraϊan, History Professor, Queens College, City University New York (U.S.A)
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Pantos Pantos, Professor, Department Of History, Archaeology and social anthropology, University Of Thessaly
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Richard Parker, Assistant Professor Of Classics, Mprok University (Canada)
Robert Parker, (Wykeham award) Professor Of Ancient History, New College Oxford (United Kingdom)
Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi, Assistant Professor Of Classical Studies, Stanford University (U.S.A)
Jacques Pero, Professor Of Greek Archaeology, University Of Montreal, Quebec (Canada)
John Pikoulas, Assistant Professor Of Ancient Greek History, University Of Thessaly
John Pollini, Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology, University Of Northern California (U.S.A)
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William Reis, Professor George Pantison Classics , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (U.S.A)
John Ramzi, Professor Of Classics, University of Illinois at Chicago (U.S.A)
Karl Remper, Professor Of Classical Archaeology, University Of Lausanne (Switzerland)
Ras Röhm, Professor of classics and Theatre, Stanford University (U.S.A)
Werner Reese, Assistant Professor Of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (U.S.A)
Robert Ribkin, Department Of Ancient Studies, University Of Maryland, Mpaltimor County (U.S.A)
Barbara Seϊlor Rogers, Professor Of Classical Studies, University Of Vermont (U.S.A)
Robert Rogers, (Lyman Award-Roberts) Professor of classical languages and Literature, University Of Vermont (U.S.A)
Neϊthan Rozenst(s)in, Professor Of Ancient History, Ohio State University (U.S.A)
John Rooyman, Emeritus Professor Of Classical Studies, University Of New Chamsir
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Stephen Ratlentz, Assistant Professor Of Classics, Department Of Classical Studies, University Of Maryland, College Park (U.S.A)
Kristina Salooyeϊ, Assistant Professor Of Classical Studies, Holins University (U.S.A)
Gkaϊ Sanders, Permanent Director of excavations in Corinth, American School Of Classical Studies At Athens (Greece)
Theodore Skaltsas, Professor Of Ancient Greek Philosophy, University Of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
Thomas Scanlon, Professor Of Classics, University Of California, Ribersaϊnt (U.S.A)
Bernhard Smolts, Professor Doctor Archaeological Institute University Christian – Albrecht, Kil (Germany)
Rolf Snainter, Professor Of Classical Archaeology, Loyntbigk-Maximilian University Munich (Germany)
Peter Scholz, Professor of ancient history and cultural tradition, University Of Stuttgart (Germany)
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Paul Skotton, Assistant Professor of classical archaeology and classical studies, University Of California, Long Beach (U.S.A)
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James Sikintzer, Assistant Professor Of Classics, University Of Florida (U.S.A)
Marilyn Skinner, Professor Of Classics, University Of Arizona (U.S.A)
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