Athens

a city in Greece, occupied from prehistoric times through the present; the Acropolis at Athens provides a natural defense against attack; during the Persian invasion of 480 BCE, the original fortification of Athens' Acropolis were destroyed and were rebuilt in 478 BCE; the 5th century building program of Pericles resulted in the classical structure...
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Athens

The capital city of modern Greece. In ancient times Athens was a powerful city with its own government, laws, army and navy.
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Athens

[n] - a town in southeast Ohio 2. [n] - a university town in northeast Georgia 3. [n] - the capital and largest city of Greece
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Athens

Athinai noun the capital and largest city of Greece; named after Athena (its patron goddess); `in the 5th century BC ancient Athens was the world`s most powerful and civilized city`
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Athens

city, seat (1819) of Limestone county, northern Alabama, U.S., in the Tennessee River valley, about 25 miles (40 km) west of Huntsville. Settled in ...
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Athens

city, seat (1871) of Clarke county (with which it was consolidated in 1990), northeastern Georgia, U.S., on the Oconee River. Founded in 1801 as the ... [2 related articles]
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Athens

city, seat (1805) of Athens county, southeastern Ohio, U.S. It lies along the Hocking River, about 75 miles (120 km) southeast of Columbus. It was ...
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Athens

city, seat of McMinn county, southeastern Tennessee, U.S. It lies in the Tennessee River valley, between the Great Smoky Mountains (east) and the ...
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Athens

historic city and capital of Greece. Many of classical civilization`s intellectual and artistic ideas originated there, and the city is generally ... [108 related articles]
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Athens

[typeface] Athens was one of the original bitmap typefaces for the Apple Macintosh computer. It was designed by Susan Kare. An official TrueType version was never made, and Athens was rendered obsolete with the arrival of System 7. Alexandria, by Hank Gillette, is a free TrueType font of similar design sometimes used as a surrogate on non-A...
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Athens

Athens (ăth'inz) , Gr. Athínai, city (1991 pop. 2,907,179; 1991 urban agglomeration pop. 3,072,922), capital of Greece, E central Greece, on the plain of Attica, between the Kifisós and Ilissus rivers, near the Saronic Gulf. Mt. Aigáleos (1,534 ft/468 m), Mt. Parnis (4,6...
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Athens

(Greece) Click images to enlargeCapital city of Greece and of ancient Attica; population (2003 est) 747,300, urban agglomeration 3,247,000. Situated 8 km/5 mi northeast of its port of Piraeus on the Gulf of Aegina, it is built aro...
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Athens

[access and identity management service] Athens is an Identity management service based in the United Kingdom that is supplied by Eduserv to provide single sign-on to protected resources together with full user management capability. Organisations adopting the service can choose between the Classic Athens service, where individual usernames...
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Athens

Athens (z; Αθήνα, Athína, aˈθina; Ἀθῆναι, Athēnai) is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world`s oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. Classical Athens, as a landlocked location was a powerful city-state that emerged in conjunction with the ....
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Athens

The capital city of modern Greece. In ancient times Athens was a powerful city-state with its own government, laws, army and navy.
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ATHENS

ATHENS as a capitalized abbreviations can refer either to For other uses of `Athens`, see Athens (disambiguation) ...
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