Old Greek coin.Ancients IONIA. Ephesus. Ca. 390-325 BC. AR tetradrachm (23mm, 15.18 gm, 12h). Eochoros, magistrate. Struck ca. 340-325 BC. Bee; E-Φ across field

Old Greek coin.Ancients IONIA. Ephesus. Ca. 390-325 BC. AR tetradrachm (23mm, 15.18 gm, 12h). Eochoros, magistrate. Struck ca. 340-325 BC. Bee; E-Φ across field

Old Greek coins, back when Greece had money. Not sure if the coin is legit, but the joke is funny.

Old Greek coins, back when Greece had money. Not sure if the coin is legit, but the joke is funny.

Epirus: This little-known region of the Greek mainland has the world’s deepest gorge, a landscape like Scotland’s and mountain villages to rival those of Provence, says Caroline Shearing. Photograph by Andreas Athan

Epirus: the best-kept secret in Greece?

Epirus: This little-known region of the Greek mainland has the world’s deepest gorge, a landscape like Scotland’s and mountain villages to rival those of Provence, says Caroline Shearing. Photograph by Andreas Athan

Comparison between Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, and Greek alphabets. This diagram displays several evolutionary steps of western alphabets.

Comparison between Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, and Greek alphabets. This diagram displays several evolutionary steps of western alphabets.

Shops in Rhodes old town, Greece http://www.yourcruisesource.com/two_chefs_culinary_cruise_-_istanbul_to_athens_greek_isles_cruise.htm

Shops in Rhodes old town, Greece http://www.yourcruisesource.com/two_chefs_culinary_cruise_-_istanbul_to_athens_greek_isles_cruise.htm

The capital letters of the modern greek alphabet is almost the same as lonic alphabet. Lower case letters came to be in after 800 AD. People would usually write horizontal lines and write, right to left. In 500 bc changed the direction of writing to horizontal lines from left to right.

Greek Alphabet Chart

The capital letters of the modern greek alphabet is almost the same as lonic alphabet. Lower case letters came to be in after 800 AD. People would usually write horizontal lines and write, right to left. In 500 bc changed the direction of writing to horizontal lines from left to right.

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