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22 Jun 168 BC Roman Republic defeats and annexes Macedonia.
146 BC Romans defeat the Achaean League, destroying the city-state of Corinth.
Greece adopts the New Style (Gregorian) Calendar, Mount Athos refuses and continues to use the Old Style (Julian) Calendar. 1860) Sep 1848 - Aug 1849 Egribozlu Ebubekir Sami Pasha (d. 1876) Jan 1856 - Sep 1857 Pepe Mehmed Emin Pasha Sep 1857 - May 1858 zdemiroglu Mehmed Rifat Pasha (d.
Constitutional Charter of Holy Mount Athos (Katastatiks Chrtis to . 1688 Kingdom of Morea (Regno della Morea) organized. 1849) Aug 1849 - Jul 1850 Cihan Seraskeri Hasan Riza Pasha Jul 1850 - Nov 1851 Kara Osmanzade Yakub Pasha Nov 1851 - May 1853 Celalatzade (Evrenoszade) Yusuf Siddiq Mehmed Pasha May 1853 - Jul 1853 Gmrkc Mehmed Salih Pasha Aug 1853 - Feb 1854 Ebubekir Rstem Pasha Feb 1854 - Jul 1854 Bosnakzade Mehmed Reshid Pasha (b. 1877) Jul 1854 - Sep 1855 Arnavud Mazhar Osman Pasha Sep 1855 - May 1856 Sirkatibi Mustafa Nuri Pasha (b. 1879) May 1856 - May 1857 Ahmed Nazir Pasha May 1857 - Oct 1857 Abdulkerim Nadir Pasha (b. 1883) Oct 1857 - Sep 1858 Yozgatli Mehmed Vecihi Pasha Nov 1858 - Aug 1859 Mirza/Tatar Mehmed Said Pasha Aug 1859 - Jan 1860 Tepedelenlizade Ismail Rahmi Pasha Jan 1860 - Jan 1865 Arnavud Mehmed Akif Pasha (b. 1893) (1st time) Jan 1865 - Dec 1866 Huseyin Hsn Pasha 1867 Ahmed Ala Bey? 1499) Lords of Arta 1367 1374 Pjetr Losha (= Ptros Losas) (d. 1399) 1400 1401 Sguro Bua Shpata 1401 1415 Muriq Shpata (= Mourkis Sptas) (d. 1416) Walis (governors) of1837 - May 1840 Sirkatibi Mustafa Nuri Pasha May 1840 - Nov 1840 Mirza Tatar Mehmed Said Pasha Nov 1840 - Mar 1844 Osman Nuri Pasha Mar 1844 - Oct 1845 Samakuli Hsrev Pasha Oct 1845 - Feb 1846 Mezanizade Mehmed Ziyaeddin Pasha Feb 1846 - Apr 1847 Mhendis Hafiz Ahmed Pasha Apr 1847 - Mar 1848 erkes Hafiz Mehmed Pasha Mar 1848 - Sep 1848 Ahmed Izzet Pasha Sep 1848 - Feb 1850 Ebubekir Rstem Pasha (1st time) Feb 1850 - Nov 1851 Tepdenlizade Ismail Rahmi Pasha Nov 1851 - Feb 1853 Ali Reza Mehmed Pasha Mar 1853 - Jul 1853 Ebubekir Rstem Pasha (2nd time) Jul 1853 - Feb 1854 Gmrkcu Mehmed Salih Pasha Feb 1854 - Jan 1855 Mehmed Besim Pasha (d. 1859) Jul 1858 - Oct 1858 Hseyin Hsn Pasha (1st time) (d.
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.
Ottoman Empire "entrusts to Germany, Austria, France, U. 1877) Aug 1858 - May 1859 Aziz Pasha May 1859 - 1861 Taib Pasha Jun 1861 - Jun 1866 Tepdenlizade Ismail Rahmi Pasha 1863 1866 Hasan Tahsin Pasha Sep 1866 - Jun 1867 Tunuslu Ibrahim Edhem Pasha (b. 1893) Jun 1867 incorporated into Sep 1839 - Feb 1840 Mehmed Hasib Pasha (d. 1843) Oct 1843 - Sep 1845 Grc Mehmed Vasif Pasha (d.
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.
146 BC - 27 BC Part of Roman Republic (as 27 BC Part of the Roman Empire (Provincia Achaea is separated from Provincia Macedoniae). 1961) aving left Athens , the King and government left Crete - the last free Greek soil - on , staying in Alexandria (Egypt) 2-, then Johannesburg (South Africa) 20 Jul - , and arriving in London (England) .
11 May 330 AD Emperor Constantine moves the capital of the Roman Empire to Constantinople (Konstantinopolis) formerly Byzantium (Byzntion), officially called New Rome (Nova Roma [Na Rmi]).680 - 893 Bulgaria expands into Byzantine Empire lands of Dobruja, Moesia (Moisa), Macedonia and Thrace. 1185 - 1204 (Second) Bulgarian Empire re-occupies Moesia and most of Thrace and Macedonia from the Byzantines. - Part of Latin Empire (Empire of Romania), Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire overthrown by Crusaders.1206 - Empire of Nicaea (at Nkaia)(largest of the three main Byzantine successor states [Nicea, Epirus, and Trebizond]). There the government remained until , then staying at Cairo (Egypt) - 6/, moving to Italy (from at Cava dei Tirreni), and finally returning to Athens . Greece and Turkey continue discussions to resolve their complex maritime, air, territorial, and boundary disputes in the Aegean Sea; Cyprus question with Turkey; Greece rejects the use of the name Macedonia or Republic of Macedonia; the mass migration of unemployed Albanians still remains a problem for developed countries, chiefly Greece and Italy, in revolt, for Western Greece.
Battle of Lepanto, Ottomans defeated by the Holy League (incl. 1661 Peloponnese separated from Rumelia (see Bulgaria) as Revolution launched in Mni (Mani) by "Petrobey", Turkish forces soon limited to nine fortresses, Greeks controlling countryside ( OS). 1948) German Plenipotentiaries (in Athens) - Gnther Altenburg (b. Greek independence proclaimed.1307 - 1309 Monasteries are repeatedly sacked by Catalan Company mercenaries. 1568 - 1569 Monks manage to survive empire-wide confiscations of Christian Church property by buying back the confiscated property with help from leaders of Moldavia and Wallachia and moneylenders in Thessalonki.
Peloponnesian Senate established in revolt for the whole , in revolt, for Western Greece. Nov 1312 Emperor Andrnikos II Palaiolgos (Andronicus II Palaeologus) issued a chrysobull by which he transferred jurisdiction over the monasteries, including the appointment of the Prtos, to the Ecumenical Patriarchs of Constantinople. Sep 1574 Patriarch Ieremas II (Jeremiah II) approves a new typikn for restoring holy vows and strengthening monasticism.
New Style was introduced in Greece effective 15 Feb/. 1863 Rumania confiscates the income of the dependencies of Mount Athos in Rumania.