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  1. tziolis had no business on the pitch today samaris was also pure crap first goal his fault 100%
  2. Trump Presidency

    Mr tzitzikios. You never told us you were moonlighting for the trump foundation. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-28/trump-is-said-to-punish-longtime-aide-after-angry-phoenix-speech what happened??
  3. Ancient Greek History

    over the years i've seen many discussions regarding the ancestry of the ancient greeks on these forums here is an interesting article http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/08/greeks-really-do-have-near-mythical-origins-ancient-dna-reveals? i remember having long discussions with some members (especially X members) regarding this subject looks like i was right and minoans and myceneans shared very similar DNA also sheds some light regarding the blonde hair blue eyes debate and while we are at it some nice articles http://www.tornosnews.gr/en/greek-news/culture/26413-archaeologists-unknown-monumental-palace-rewrites-ancient-greek-history.html enjoy: http://griffinwarrior.org/index.html GRAVE OF THE GRIFFIN WARRIOR FOUND AT THE PALACE OF NESTOR, Pylos, GREECE Centuries before the destruction of the Mycenaean palaces, a warrior died and was buried alone near the site of the later “Palace of Nestor at Pylos.” His burial was accompanied by one of the most magnificent displays of wealth discovered in Greece in recent decades. The character of the objects that followed him to the afterlife prove that this part of Greece, like Mycenae, was being indelibly shaped by close contact with Crete. This was the time of the very birth of European civilization. The warrior’s tomb was discovered and excavated in summer 2015 by a team sponsored by the University of Cincinnati: students, professors, and professional archaeologists from a dozen different universities, representing as many different nationalities. Project co-directors Sharon R. Stocker and Jack L. Davis of the University of Cincinnati note: “The team did not discover the grave of the legendary King Nestor, who headed a contingent in the Greek forces at Troy. Nor did it find the grave of his father, Neleus. They found something perhaps of even greater importance: the tomb of one of the powerful men who laid foundations for the Mycenaean civilization, the earliest in Europe.” Overlooking the bay of Navarino, high above the sea on the ridge of Englianos, sits the “Palace of Nestor at Pylos,” the most completely preserved of all Bronze Age palaces on the Greek mainland.
  4. Fake News: What the Future Holds

    bob and alice may help make your life more appealing http://globalnews.ca/news/3634438/facebook-ai-robots-develop-own-language/
  5. Kostas Manolas - Roma

    http://www.espnfc.com/story/3153509/chelsea-secure-signing-of-defender-antonio-rudiger-from-roma things may change for manolas
  6. Trump Presidency

    i thought you were hopeful the trumpster can do no harm
  7. Trump Presidency

    is donald getting advice from stone cold?
  8. Trump Presidency

    Yes We Can !!!!
  9. Giannis Maniatis - Alanyaspor

    didn't he and tzavellas go at it @wc'14?
  10. Kostas Manolas - Roma

    Very true. The economy over the last decade has helped as well.
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