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Who is the monarchy in Athens?

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What goddesses are responsible for causing trouble in The Iliad?

Venus, Athenia


What was the civilian cruise ship sank in World War 2?

Athenia


What is another name for Athens?

City of Athens, Athenia, and The Crossroads of the Ancient World.


How was Athenia born?

It's Athena, and she was born from the head of Zeus. This is the origin of the phrase "brain child."


What happened to RMS Athenia?

they say the ship is still here but got scrapped with the r.m.s olympic and r.m.s mauritania


When did Germany sink English ship Athenia?

The sinking of the SS Athenia on 02 September, 1939 was considered a war crime. It was an unarmed, civilian, transatlantic ocean liner. Due to its reported zigzagging course, the commander of the German U-Boat, U-30, took it for a military transport of some sort and fired.


What crops are grown in Athens?

Athenian eat a lot of olives. The myth of Athenia, the Greek goddess of wisdom, had a contest with Posideon, the god of water, to see who could please the people most. Posideon added a lake to city were Athenia created the first olive tree. The people liked the olive tree more and named the city after her. Since then olives have been most popular there.


How were Spartan and Athenian education the same?

spartar and athenia are same in education in some way by boy giong to school also girl leraning sport and other stuff to


Is the SS Athenia a British Ocean Liner?

It was yes, but in the early 1900's. I t was sunk by a german u-boat. Here is the story: http://www.secondworldwar.org.uk/athenia.html


Which English Ocean liner was sunk by the Germans off the English coast in world war two?

The Athenia was sunk in an unprovoked attack (An unarmed merchant vessel) by the U30 submarine on the 3rd Sept 1939.


What were Athens religious beliefs?

well Athens, Greece believes in the greek gods Zeus hera Hermes ares athenia..ect.. rule and help people so Google greek mythology that should help.


What are the names or denominations of ancient Greek coins?

The Ancient Greek coinage was known as Drachma. It was generally used in Athenia and had 4-3 grams of silver. The Corinthian Coin was started and had 8-6 grams of silver.


Which Cruise Ships where sunk during World War 2?

Old Answer: Lusitania was the ship that was sunk in World War 1 on the 1st May 1915, but I don't know about World War 2. New Answer: The Athenia was sunk by the German's in 1939.


Is there a person in greek mythology who stole the gods powers?

Prometheus stole fire from Helios and gave it to man. Hermes, Athenia, and Hades LOANED Perseus their magical accessories. (Winged Sandles, Aegis, Helm of Darkness) Typhon beat-up Zeus and stole his strength.


What were the differences between religion in ancient Sparta and ancient Athens?

Spartans and Athenians both worshiped the same gods as the rest of Greece, Poseidon, Zeus, etc. Although the patron god of Sparta was Artemis, and the Patron god of Athens was Athenia. Although not much is mentioned about Spartan religion they were most likely just as religious as the rest of Greece.


How did Germany respond to the British naval blockade in 1939?

The Germans used U-Boats to sink the merchant ships that were carrying supplies to Britain. German U-Boats were also used to target and sink naval vessels. On the day that Britain declared war on Germany, German U-boats sunk the British merchant ship the Athenia as it sailed from Liverpool to Montreal.


What were Germany's first actions against Great Britain as World War 2 began?

Late on September 3, 1939, Germany struck the first blow against Britain to bring action in response to Britain's declaration of war on Germany. A German submarine torpedoed and sunk the passenger liner called the Athenia. 1400 passengers were on that ship leaving Liverpool and headed for Montreal. Luckily only 112 passengers died.


Does anyone have a picture of the SS Athina or SS Rafiah?

This is the SS Athenia http://www.clydesite.co.uk/clydebuilt/ships/1923ATHENIA_596.jpg Many thanks but I'm afraid that this relates to the wrong ship. The ship I am looking for was called Athina or Rafah and was wrecked on Syrna Island during the post-war Palestine Patrol era. At that time she was employed by the Aliyah Bet organisation, transporting Holocaust survivors to Israel and Palestine. I understand that for some years she was partially submerged in Piraeus harbour, before being refloated and fitted with a diesel engine. Please see: http://www.nickmessinger.co.uk/providence.html Kind regards, Nick Messinger


What are the similarities and differences between the ancient greek city states Athens and Sparta?

Well first the Athens government is a direct government. Sparta isn't. Athens ruled Ancient Greece for many years and were the most powerful group. Then during the Peloponnesian war, which was Sparta v.s the powerful Athens (in the 400's B.C) at the end, we ended with a new powerful group called Sparta. The Spartanians were so releaved and excited and Athenians so depressed. That is a big difference in Greek City-States government. Some similarities is that they both had citizens that had to be males, but a big difference between that is to be a citizen in Athenia, you had to be a male, but you had to have family in that city-state for 3 generations. In Sparta and other city-states you had to be also a male, but had to be born in that city-state which made a lot of Citizens. Thanks! AncientGreekGirl :)


What was the Phony war during world war 2?

The Phoney War was a phase early in World War II-in the months following Britain and France's declaration of war on Germany (shortly after the German invasion of Poland) in September 1939 and preceding the Battle of France in May 1940-that was marked by a lack of major military operations by the Western Allies against the German Reich. War was declared by each side, but no Western power had committed to launching a significant land offensive, notwithstanding the terms of the Anglo-Polish military alliance and the Franco-Polish military alliance, which obliged the United Kingdom and France to assist Poland. Contemporaneously, the period had also been referred to as the Twilight War (by Winston Churchill), der Sitzkrieg ("the sitting war": a play on Blitzkrieg), the Bore War (a play on the Boer War), dziwna wojna ("strange war"), and drôle de guerre ("strange/funny war"). The term "Phoney War" was possibly coined by U.S. Senator William Borah who stated, in September 1939: "There is something phoney about this war." While most of the German army was engaged in Poland, a much smaller German force manned the Siegfried Line, their fortified defensive line along the French border. At the Maginot Line on the other side of the border, British and French troops stood facing them, but there were only some local, minor skirmishes. The Royal Air Force dropped propaganda leaflets on Germany and the first Canadian troops stepped ashore in Britain, while western Europe was in a strange calm for seven months. Meanwhile, the opposing nations clashed in the Norwegian Campaign. In their hurry to re-arm, Britain and France had both begun buying large amounts of weapons from manufacturers in the U.S. at the outbreak of hostilities, supplementing their own productions. The non-belligerent U.S. contributed to the Western Allies by discounted sales, and, later, lend-lease of military equipment and supplies. Despite the relative calm on land, on the high seas the war was very real indeed. Within a few hours of the declaration of war, the British liner SS Athenia was torpedoed off the Hebrides with the loss of 112 lives in what was to be the beginning of the long running Battle of the Atlantic. On 4 September, the Allies announced a blockade of Germany to prevent her importing food and raw materials to sustain her war effort, and the Germans immediately declared a counter-blockade.


How can you summarize communism?

Marxist viewpoint on History and Economy: History revolves around class struggle and violent revolution against the ruling class by the lower class. Economy, "from each which he is able, to to each according to need."Dictatorship of the proletariat: The rule by people who is the best option for the working class (if they knew what was best for them).Command economy: The government controls the factors of production and makes all economic decisions.Idea of belonging to a global movement: Marxist History is prospective, thus, it is naturally ordained that communism will be achieved throughout the world.Anti-theism: As Marx said "religion is the opioid of the people," religion is typically banned or treated with official disdain and disapproval.That true communism has never been achieved: No "Communist" country has ever actually claimed to have achieved real communism. Deng Xiao Ping put the achievement of true communism on the shelf in China for a few hundred years by saying that true communism will take many generations to achieve (a generation typically refers to 60 years in Chinese thought). Even North Korea does not believe that it has achieved true communism, it still progressing through the final stage of socialism, having evolved from capitalism (which had evolved through revolutions from feudalism).One of the two countries to be considered communist today, North Korea has generated some of its own additions that are quite unique in history:Juche: Meaning self reliance, is a "religion" to which all N. Koreans must subscribe. Interesting as this makes the DPRK the one of the only two countries on Earth where the whole population belongs to a single religion (the other being the Vatican); also interesting because it goes against Marxist anti-theism. Perhaps installed as a means to replace religion rather than ban it; it is similar in many ways to Confucianism.Necrocracy: (rule by a dead person) Kim Jong Il was proclaimed "President for Life" in response to Kruschev's De-Stalinisation of the USSR. Therefore, he is the only world leader to still be in power despite the fact that he is dead.Inclusion of intellectuals as a part of the working class. Again, another clever addition. Perhaps in response Pol Pot's woeful attempt at achieving Communism in Cambodia and the realisation that intellectuals are as necessary as factory workers and farmers.For communism read communial (people working together as a supportive unit to attain a collective goal). It is an acheivable ideal but not in the current political imbalance that is todays global society. Thomas more propounded this ideal in his book 'utopia' written 500 years ago. Orwell shows a more sinister, and relevent to what we see as modern 'communism' in his book 1984. The problem with communism as we experience it in todays world is the desire for power outweighs the desire to share. 'We'll all be equal, only I'm going to be more equal than you'Communism is a Theocracy to the goddess AtheniaCommunism is Marx & Engels application of Athenian philosophia doctrine via the use of the dialectic method, upon an concentration of individuals. Most folks miss the fact that Hegel (instructor of Marx & Engels) taught Athenian philosophia doctrine, which is commonly referred to today as philosophy.The word philosophy is made up of two Greek words; philos and sophos. Philos means love or affinity or affection for, such as brotherly love Phila-delphia, where the same word is used. Sophos means knowledge or wisdom or understanding, its use is related to Athena which was the patron goddess of Athens and the goddess over all knowledge. Philos-Sophos is the attesting to or love of the quest for knowledge as provided by the goddess Athena. Knowledge is derived through the use of clever argument known as dialectic (argument using thesis and its opposing anththesis, which results in synthesis). There are other encapsulations used with the dialectic method of thinking, some of which are the antithesis must be logical and reasonable and observable by the senses of man.The idea behind this doctrine, is for man to become enlightened with knowledge, through this dialectic process until he/she reaches the level known as Sage, (all knowing or all understanding). In Athens these Sage were also known as the educators or teachers of the day, often referred to as Sophists. The Sage included adherents to Athenian philosophia doctrine such as Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, and Zeno, as well as many others.Marx & Engels used their dialectics, especially the dialectic of materialism to establish a political-relgious system (often known as a theocracy), which is called Communism. All believers in communism must also accept Athenian philosophia doctrine, and the use of dialectics.Communism is a collective which does not allow for the individual separate from the collective. The commune is run, directed, guided, by the self proclaimed Sage, who reside over all decisions, all property and all the means of production within the commune. The system is built upon a utopian idea of the all knowing, all wise Sage who protect and enlighten the people of the commune. The commune is often referred to as "The State". The idea is for all the subjects of the commune to become enlightened trough the application of the doctrine of philosophy via the dialectic method. Live peacefully and prosperously as a commune of all knowing Sage. or those striving for the level of Sage or perfection.The practical application has historically failed to achieve anything other than a State dictatorship over peasants. Control over the various decisions and means of production and ownership of property, often succumb to human greed and corruption which results in a ruthless dictatorship.The Apostle Paul engaged believers in this same philosophia doctrine while he was in Athens, the account is documented in the book of Acts chapter 17. Later in the book of Colossians, in chapter 2 we find Paul's warning concerning this same doctrine. Historically we now understand that the application of this philosophia doctrine, ruined both Greece and Roman civilizations.Theocracy ends


What happened on Sept 4 in history?

September 4, 2004 Hurricane Frances hits Florida, causing $40 billion in damage. September 4, 1997 14th MTV Awards September 4, 1997 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Louisville Kentucky on WTFX 100.5 FM September 4, 1996 13th MTV Awards: Alanis Morrisett and Smashing Pumpkins wins September 4, 1995 Jerry Lewis' 30th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $47,800,000 September 4, 1995 Mary Beth Zimmerman wins LPGA State Farm Rail Golf Classic September 4, 1994 Bulgarian government of Berov falls September 4, 1994 Cleveland Browns is 1st team in NFL to score a 2-point conversion September 4, 1994 Kansai International airport officially opens September 4, 1993 Jim Abbott pitches 4-0, no-hit win over Indians at Yankee Stadium September 4, 1993 Miklos Horthy appointed Hungarian admiral September 4, 1993Mats Wilander defeats Mikael Pernfors 7-6 (7-3), 3-6, 1-6, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4 in 4 hours 1 min U.S. Open Tennis match concluding at 2:26 AM September 4, 1992"Scared Silent" is 1st non news program to be seen on 3 networks simultaneously. (CBS, NBC and PBS), about child abuse hosted by Oprah September 4, 1991 "Most Happy Fella" opens at New York State Theater New York City September 4, 1991 Rte 35 Theater in Hazlit, last drive-in in NJ, closes September 4, 1991Panel of 8 baseball experts vote to drop asterisk next to Roger Maris HR record and determine an official no hitter must go at least 9 innings September 4, 1989 Beth Daniel wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic September 4, 1989 Jerry Lewis' 24th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $42,737,219 September 4, 1988 Mike Tyson crashes a silver BMW into a tree near Catskills NY September 4, 1988 Phoenix Cardinals play 1st regular-season NFL game September 4, 1986 189.42 million shares traded in New York Stock Exchange September 4, 1986 Claude Brochu becomes CEO of Montreal Expos September 4, 1985 Igor Paklin of U.S.S.R. set a new high jump world record at 7-11 12 September 4, 1985 New York Mets Gary Carter's 2 home runs ties record of 5 home runs in 2 games September 4, 1984 Nigerian singer Fela Kuti sentenced to 2 years September 4, 1983 "Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat" closes at Royale New York City after 747 performances September 4, 1983 83rd U.S. Golf Amateur Championship won by Jay Sigel September 4, 1983 Greg LeMond becomes only American to win cycling's Road Championship September 4, 1983 Scott Michael Pellaton sets barefoot waterski speed rec (119.36 mph) September 4, 1982 Arson fire engulfs apt-hotel in LA, 25 die September 4, 1982 U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test September 4, 1981 Longest game at Fenway Park completed in 20, Mariners-8, Red Sox-7 September 4, 1981 Newscaster David Brinkley is released by NBC September 4, 1981 Seattle Mariners beat Boston Red Sox, 8-7, in 20 inn (started 9/3) September 4, 1981 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site September 4, 1980 Yes performs its last concert (MSG) September 4, 1979 India need 438 to win vs. England, game ends at 8-429 September 4, 1979 Iran army conquerors Baneh September 4, 1978 Jerry Lewis' 13th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $29,074,405 September 4, 1978 New York Yankee pitcher Ron Guidry wins his 20th (on way to 25-3 season) September 4, 1978 Pat Bradley wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic September 4, 1977 "Godspell" closes at Broadhurst Theater New York City after 527 performances September 4, 1977 Hollis Stacy wins LPGA Rail Muscular Dystrophy Golf Classic September 4, 1976 Palestinians hijack KLM DC-9 to Cyprus September 4, 1974 Emmy News and Documentaries Award presentation September 4, 1973 William E. Colby, becomes 10th director of CIA September 4, 1972 U.S. swimmer Mark Spitz becomes 1st athlete to win 7 olympic gold medals September 4, 1972 U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test September 4, 1971 Alaskan 727 crashes into Chilkoot Mountain, kills 109 (Alaska) September 4, 1970 George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord" single September 4, 1970 Russian ballerina Natalia Makarova gets political asylum September 4, 1970 Salvador Allende wins presidential election in Chile September 4, 1968 Nigerian troops conquer Aba Biafra September 4, 1967 6.5 earthquake of Kolya Dam India, kills 200 September 4, 1967 Jerry Lewis' 2nd Muscular Dystrophy telethon September 4, 1967 Train crash at Arnhem Neth, kills 5 September 4, 1966 Houston Oilers holds Denver Broncos to no 1st downs winning 45-7 September 4, 1966 Jim Hogan wins Europe marathon (2:20:04.6) September 4, 1965 Beatles' "Help!," single goes #1 and stays #1 for 3 weeks September 4, 1965 KREZ TV channel 6 in Durango, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting September 4, 1965 Rock group Who's wan is vandalized with $10,000 in equipment stolen September 4, 1964 Eduardo Frei elected president of Chile September 4, 1964 Longest bridge in Europe opens (Scottish 4th Road Bridge) September 4, 1964 NASA launches its 1st Orbital Geophysical Observatory (OGO-1) September 4, 1962 Beatles record "How Do You Do It" at EMI September 4, 1962 French president De Gaulle visits German FR September 4, 1961 Carol Burnette-Richard Hayes Show premieres on CBS radio September 4, 1961 U.S. authorizes Agency for International Development September 4, 1960 Hurricane Donna, kills 148 in Caribbean and US September 4, 1957 Ford Motor Co introduces Edsel September 4, 1957 Governor of Arkansas, Orval Faubus, calls out National Guard to stop 9 black students from entering a Little Rock high school September 4, 1954 1st passage of McClure Strait, fabled Northwest Passage completed September 4, 1954 Peter B Cortese of U.S. achieves a one-arm deadlift of 370 lbs; 22 lbs over triple his body weight, at York, Pennsylvania September 4, 1953 WATR (now WTXX) TV channel 20 in Waterbury, CT (NBC) begins September 4, 1953 WGEM TV channel 10 in Quincy-Hannibal, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting September 4, 1953 Yanks become 1st team to win 5 consecutive championship September 4, 1951 1st transcontinental TV broadcast, by President Truman September 4, 1951 71st U.S. Mens Tennis: F A Sedgman beats Elias V Seixas, Jr. (64 61 61) September 4, 1951 NBC extends to become a 61 station coast-to-coast network September 4, 1951 President Truman addresses opening of Japanese Peace Treaty Conference September 4, 1950 1st helicopter rescue of American pilot behind enemy lines September 4, 1950 D McI Hodgson of St. Ann Bay, Nova Scotia catches a 997 lb tuna September 4, 1950 Heavy typhoon strikes Japan, kills about 250 September 4, 1949 Marie Robie sinks 393 yd hole-in-one (1st hole in Furnace Brook) September 4, 1948 "Angel in the Wings" closes at Coronet Theater New York City after 308 performances September 4, 1948 Queen Wilhelmina abdicates Dutch throne September 4, 1945 Ruben Fine wins 4 simultaneous rapid chess games blindfolded September 4, 1945 U.S. regains possession of Wake Island from Japan September 4, 1944 2,087 Jews transported for Westerbork to KZ-Lower Theresienstadt September 4, 1944 64th U.S. Mens Tennis: Frank Parker beats Wm F Talbert (64 36 63 63) September 4, 1944 British 2nd Armoured pantzer division frees Antwerp September 4, 1944 Finland breaks diplomatic contact with nazi-Germany September 4, 1944 U.S. 1st Army frees Namen September 4, 1943 British 8th army lands at Taranto South Italy September 4, 1942 Transport nr 28 departs with French Jews to nazi-Germany September 4, 1941 New York Yankees, win earliest AL pennent (full season) September 4, 1941 U.S. destroyer Greer fires on German submarine U-652 September 4, 1941 Yanks beat Red Sox 6-3 and clinch their 12th and earliest pennant September 4, 1940 Gerbrandy becomes premier of Dutch government in exile September 4, 1940 Mussert sends telegram, that Hitler has captured the Dutch September 4, 1940 Nazi collaborator Mussert puts the fate of Netherlands in Hitler's hands September 4, 1939 Dutch 2nd Chamber affirms Netherlands in a State of War September 4, 1939 German submarine U-30 sinks British passenger ship Athenia September 4, 1939 German troops move into Danzig September 4, 1939 Netherlands and Belgium declare neutrality September 4, 1939 Mir, a castle used by the occupying Nazi forces as a Jewish ghetto, is exterminated September 4, 1939 RAF bombs Wilhelmshafen September 4, 1938 Vainio Muinonen wins 2nd European marathoner (2:37:28.8) September 4, 1937 Doris Kopsky, becomes 1st NABA woman cycling champion (4:22.4) September 4, 1936 Franco troops conquer Irun and Talavera de la Reina Spain September 4, 1936 Largo Caballero becomes Spanish premier September 4, 1934 Bradman scores 149* Aust vs. Eng XI, 104 mins, 17 fours 4 sixes September 4, 1933 1st airplane to exceed 300 mph (483 kph), JR Wendell, Glenview, Il September 4, 1933 Coup on Cuban president De Cespedes by Fulgencio Batista September 4, 1932 15th PGA Championship: Olin Dutra at Keller GC St. Paul Minn September 4, 1930 Cambridge Theater opens in London September 4, 1927 Charles Lindbergh visits Boise, Idaho, on his cross-country tour September 4, 1923 A Charlot and N Cowards revue "London Calling," premieres in London September 4, 1923 New York Yankee Sad Sam Jones no-hits Philadelphia A's, 2-0 September 4, 1922 Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2000m (5:26.3) September 4, 1920 Last day of Julian civil calendar (in parts of Bulgaria) September 4, 1919 39th U.S. Mens Tennis: William M Johnston beats Wm T Tilden (64 64 63) September 4, 1919 British intervene in Petrograd September 4, 1918 Jhr Ch Ruys de Beerenbrouck becomes 1st Dutch Catholic premier September 4, 1918 U.S. troops land in Archangel, Russia, stay 10 months September 4, 1916 Christy Mathewson and Mordecai Brown final baseball game September 4, 1914 British, French and Russian government sign Pact of London, against Germany September 4, 1914 General von Moltke ceases German advance in France September 4, 1912 1st accident (collision) in Londoner Underground: 22 injured person September 4, 1911 Garros sets world altitude record of 4,250 m (13,944 ft) September 4, 1908 Caledonia and Hillhurst Football Clubs play for Central Alberta Rugby Football League championship September 4, 1906 New York Highlanders win 5th straight doubleheader September 4, 1904 Dali Lama signs treaty allowing British commerce in Tibet September 4, 1899 8.3 earthquake shakes Yakutat Bay, Alaska September 4, 1894 In New York City, 12,000 tailors went on strike protesting sweat shops September 4, 1894 Soccer team Veendam 1894 forms September 4, 1893 English author Beatrix Potter 1st tells the story of Peter Rabbit September 4, 1888 George Eastman patents 1st roll-film camera and registers "Kodak" September 4, 1886 Apache Chief Geronimo surrenders ending last major US-Indian war September 4, 1885 1st cafeteria opens (New York City) September 4, 1882 1st district lit by electricity (NY's Pearl Street Station) September 4, 1870 3rd French republic proclaimed as they overthrow their king September 4, 1866 1st Hawaiian daily newspaper published September 4, 1864 Bread riots in Mobile, Alabama September 4, 1862 Gen Lee invades North with 50,000 Confederate troops September 4, 1862 North Beach and Mission Railway Company organized in SF September 4, 1854 English/French assault on Petropavlovsk Kamchatka September 4, 1842 Work on Koln cathedral recommences after 284-year hiatus September 4, 1833 1st newsboy hired (Barney Flaherty, 10 years old-NY Sun) September 4, 1813 1st U.S. relig newspaper (Religious Remembrancer (Christian Observer)) September 4, 1807 Robert Fulton begins operating his steamboat September 4, 1805 1st edition of Batavian State-Current published September 4, 1786 Orange troops plunder Hattem/Elburg September 4, 1781 Los Angeles founded by 44 in Bahia de las Fumas, (Valley of Smokes) September 4, 1778 City Amsterdam signs trade agreement with U.S. rebels September 4, 1695 French garrison of castle Names surrenders for Willem III September 4, 1682 English astronomer Edmund Halley sees his namesake comet September 4, 1618 "Rodi" avalanche destroys Plurs Switzerland, 1,500 killed September 4, 1571 Catholic coup in Scotland September 4, 1479 King Alfonso I of Portugal recognizes Isabella as queen of Castilie September 4, 1414 Peace of Atrecht: John the fearless and Armagnacs September 4, 1282 King Pedro III of Aragonorth annexes Sicily September 4, 1260 Battle at Montaperti-Guelfen vs Ghibellijnen September 4, 1024 Conrad II the Sailor chosen German king September 4, 476 Romulus Augustulus, last Roman emperor in west, is deposed September 4, 422 St. Boniface I ends his reign as Catholic Pope