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The theatre at Ephesos, photographed from the modern Bulbul Dagi. (Professor Fred Winter, 1987)

The theatre at Ephesos, photographed from the modern Bulbul Dagi. (Professor Fred Winter, 1987)

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Relief on the front of the theatre scaena at Perge. (Professor Fred Winter, 1988)

Relief on the front of the theatre scaena at Perge. (Professor Fred Winter, 1988)

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The Battle of Navarino

The history of Early Modern Greece as seen from the perspectives of studies and overviews in English is one of the end of the period of Ottoman control, the revolt to free parts of the Greek-speaking lands, the creation of a new territorial state under foreign imposed monarchies, the bitter internal politics that led to adventurism and national bankruptcy and the slow expansion of the territory of the nation. This is mostly a history featuring prominent men, revolts, wars and international relations with an emphasis on the government in Athens.

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