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776 BC Traditional date for first historic Olympic Games held at Olympia (Olmpia). c.550 BC - 366 BC Peloponnesian League, a loose confederation of Greek city-states led by Sparta.

Aug/Sep 490 BC Battle of Marathon (Marath460 BC - 445 BC (First) Peloponnesian War between Sparta as the leaders of the Peloponnesian League and Sparta's other allies, most notably Thebes, and the Delian League led by Athens with support from Argos.

Areopagus of Eastern Continental Greece is elected in revolt, for Continental Greece, then part of the Aegaean province. 1868) Con Kolokotrnis Italian Plenipotentiary (in Athens) - Pellegrino Ghigi (b. 1995) PNF Italian Military Commanders Greece (in Athens) (in Epirus, Thessaly, Peloponnese, Attica, Corfu, Cephalonia, Leucadia, Ithaca, Paxos, Zante, Euboea, Naxos, Cyclades, Samos, and Eastern Crete [Lasithi prefecture]) - Carlo Geloso (b. 1575 Ottoman Sultan appoints a representative to be resident in Mount Athos at Karys.

Greece takes possession of the Mount Athos peninsula during the First Balkan War - Bulgaria lands 70 troops at Athos to take up positions at Zographou and Hilandar monasteries, until they are ejected by Greece following start of the Second Balkan War. 1715) 1695 - 1698 Angelo Lazari 1698 - 1700 Luigi Foscari 1700 - 1702 Francesco Donato 1702 - 1705 Pellegrino Pasqualigo 1705 - 1707 Giovanandrea Pasqualigo 1707 - 1709 Marco Venier 1709 - 1711 Francesco Moro 1711 - 1714 Marco Barbarigo 1714 - 1715 Francesco Tiepolo 1693 - 1695 Bartolommeo Moro 1695 - 1697 Luigi Querini 1697 - 1698 Michele Magno 1698 - 1701 Pietro Marcello 1701 - 1704 Antonio Minio 1704 - 1706 Girolamo Marcello 1706 - 1709 Antonio Foscarini 1709 - 1710 Nicol Melli 1710 - 1713 Vincenzo Pasta 1713 - 1715 Federigo Badoer 1715 Lodovico Diedo 1693 - 1696 Giovanni Querini 1696 - 1698 Pellegrino Pasqualigo 1698 - 1701 Girolamo Marcello 1701 - 1703 Giovanni Pizzamano 1703 - 1705 Francesco Moro 1705 - 1707 Luigi Basadonna 1707 - 1710 Giovanni Badoer 1710 - 1712 Vincenzo Badoer 1712 - 1714 Nicol Querini 1714 - 1715 Costantino Loredano 1693 - 1693 Domenico Diedo 1693 - 1696 Marco Pisani 1696 - 1698 Stae Balbi 1698 - 1700 Imperiale Contarini 1700 - 1702 Giovannandrea Pasqualigo 1702 - 1704 Marco Venier 1704 - 1706 Vincenzo Pasta 1706 - 1709 Marcantonio Trevisano 1709 - 1711 Angelo Orio 1711 - 1712 Bartolommeo Moro 1712 - 1714 Leonardo Bondumier 1714 - 1715 Nicol Melli (2nd time) Jul 1840 - Nov 1845 Namik Pasha Nov 1845 - Feb 1846 Kirimli Musa Safveti Pasha Feb 1846 - Jan 1847 Mezarcizade Mehmed Ziyaeddin Pasha (1st time) Jan 1847 - Sep 1848 Kibrisli Mehmed Emin Pasha (b. 1871) Sep 1848 - Feb 1849 Mezarcizade Mehmed Ziyaeddin Pasha (2nd time) Feb 1849 - Feb 1851 Abdurrahman Sami Pasha Feb 1851 - Feb 1854 Mehmed Celaleddin Pasha Feb 1854 - May 1854 Ali Riza Mehmed Pasha May 1854 - Mar 1855 Ramazanoglu Mehmed Ismet Pasha Mar 1855 - Nov 1857 Pepe Mehmed Emin Pasha May 1858 - Aug 1858 Hseyin Hsn Pasha (d. 1871) Jul 1840 - Jul 1843 Kizilhisarli mer Pasha Jul 1843 - Oct 1843 Sirozlu Ibrahim Pasha (d.

On , the monks formally submitted themselves to the personal protection of Hitler by letter (a small German garrison is present Jun 1943 - ). 1811) (= Anton Konstantinovich Psaro) (head of local government of Mystrs, in rebellion) 1770 - Jun 1770 Niklaos Fortonis (head of local government of Gastoni, in rebellion) Corinth (Krinthos) occupied by Venice. Morea confirmed under Venetian Republic rule by the Treaty of Karlowitz. Jun 1867 - Feb 1869 Arnavud Mehmed Akif Pasha (s.a.) (2nd time) Feb 1869 - Sep 1871 Mehmed Sabri Pasha (d. 1901) - 1878 I) Mar 1880 - Jun 1880 Abidin Pasha Aug 1880 - Jan 1882 Lofali Ibrahim Dervish Pasha Mar 1882 - Sep 1885 Ismail Hakki Pasha Sep 1885 - Aug 1886 Hasan Hakki Pasha Aug 1886 - Aug 1891 Abdullah Galib Pasha Oct 1891 - Nov 1895 Mustafa Zihni Pasha (b. 1911) 1895 Hasan Fehmi Pasha (1st time) Jan 1896 - Jan 1899 Ramazanoglu Hseyin Riza Pasha Jan 1899 - May 1901 Haci Hasan Refik Pasha May 1901 - May 1902 Biren Mahmud Tevfik Beg (b. 1956) May 1902 - Sep 1904 Hasan Fehmi Pasha (2nd time) Sep 1904 - Aug 1908 Mehmed Sherif Ra'uf Pasha Aug 1908 - Sep 1909 Ali Danis Beg Sep 1909 - Jan 1912 Pirizade Ibrahim Hayrullah Bey (b. 1934) Jan 1912 - Kadri Huseyin Kazim Bey Aug 1912 - Sep 1912 Ali Ferid Pasha (b. 1937) Sep 1912 Mehmed Nazim Pasha Note: included in Selanik (Thessalonki) was Thsos Island (Turkish: Taşz). 1877) Oct 1858 - Jan 1863 Lofali Ibrahim Dervish Pasha (2nd time) (s.a.) Feb 1864 - Jun 1867 Kayserli Ahmed Pasha Jun 1867 - Mar 1868 Ibrahim Edhem Pasha (b. 1893) Mar 1868 - Oct 1871 Ahmed Rasim Pasha Nov 1871 - Sep 1872 Safvet Pasha Sep 1872 - May 1873 Bursali Mehmed Redif Pasha May 1873 - Dec 1873 Diviti Ismail Hakki Pasha (d. 1911) Jan 1912 - Aug 1912 Ayni Mehmed Ali Bey Aug 1912 - 1912 Arnavut Hasan Tahsin Pasha36 BC - 30 BC Part of the Kingdom of Egypt under Cleopatra VII (nominally a vassal of Rome).

- Feb 1945 A National People's Liberation Army of the National Liberation Front (EAM) occupies Athos, installing an administrator and requesting tribute from the monasteries. 1879) Sep 1871 - May 1872 Kekimbashi Ismail Pasha May 1872 - Aug 1872 Hurshid Pasha Aug 1872 - May 1873 Kck mer Fevzi Pasha (1st time) May 1873 - Sep 1873 Arnavud Mehmed Akif Pasha (3rd time) Oct 1873 - Feb 1874 Ahmed Midhat Sefik Pasha Feb 1874 - Sep 1875 Kck mer Fevzi Pasha (2nd time) Dec 1875 - Jun 1876 Baytar Mehmed Refet Pasha Jun 1876 - Apr 1877 Mustafa Esref Pasha (b. 1894) Jun 1877 - Dec 1877 Cerkez Nusret Pasha Dec 1877 - Jul 1878 Ibrahim Halil Pasha (d. This island had become a sanjak (district) of the Elayet of Djeza'ir-i Bahr-i Sefid (see Dodecanese) in 1556, before being transferred to Selanik in 1902. 1873) Dec 1873 - Nov 1874 Giritli Mustafa Asim Pasha Nov 1874 - Jun 1875 Ahmed Cevdet Pasha (1st time) (b. 1895) Jul 1875 - Nov 1875 Arnavut Mehmed Akif Pasha Nov 1875 - Apr 1877 H (3rd time) (s.a.) Apr 1877 - Jul 1877 Abdi Pasha Jul 1877 - Jun 1878 Manastirli Mehmed Nazif Pasha Jun 1878 - Jan 1879 Ahmed Rasim Pasha Apr 1879 - Sep 1883 Giritli Mustafa Asim Pasha Sep 1883 - Oct 1884 Sylemezoglu Ali Kemali Pasha Oct 1884 - Jun 1889 Ahmed Eyyub Pasha (b. 1900) Jun 1889 - Aug 1889 Ramazanoglu Huseyin Reza Pasha Oct 1889 - Oct 1897 Ahmed Eyyub Pasha Oct 1897 - Feb 1906 Osman Favzi Pasha Feb 1906 - Dec 1907 Dagistanli Seyfullah Pasha (b. 1909) Dec 1907 - Feb 1909 Hilmi Pasha Feb 1909 - Nov 1909 Ali Riza Bey Nov 1909 - Dec 1911 Husammeddin Bey (b. 30 BC - 17 Jan 395 AD Part of Roman Empire (provincia Creta [et Cyrene to 298]).

2 Aug 338 BC Battle of Chaeronea (Chairneia), Phillip II of Macedonia defeats Athens and Thebes.

338 BC - 197 BC Subjugated by Macedonia (under Alexander III "the [Alxandros ho Mgas] 336 BC - Jun 323 BC) 338 BC - 322 BC Hellenic League (League of Corinth), a federation of Greek states under Macedonia.

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290 BC 189 BC League of the Aetolians, confederation of Greek city-states in Aetolia in opposition to Macedonia and to the Achaean League.