Saturday, October 30, 2010

New Savvidakis (2010)

Amane me ton Karantini kai Sarkisian

Tigran Sarkisian

Delias was one of the greatest ghetto musicians after the greek-turkish war in 1922.

Anestis (Anestos or Artemis) Delias was born in Smyrna 1912. He was the only rembete to become involved with heroine. His girlfriend Katerina alias Koula the Earring was a prostitute and heroine addict.

Togehter with Markos Vamvarkaris, Giorgos Batis and Stratos Payioumtzis he made up the legendary Rembetiko Quartet of Piraeus "Η τετράς η ξακουστή του Πειραιώς" (I Tetras i Xakousti tou Peiraios).

Delias was one of the greatest ghetto musicians after the greek-turkish war in 1922.

In the winter of 1944, Delias (32 years old) was found dead in the street outside the teke Seraphim in Metaxourgio of a heroine overdose, clutching his bouzouki.

Atstiggana - Κωνσταντινούπολη 1908 / Constantinople 1908

Marinella - ÇADIRIMIN ÜSTÜNE (Greek Subtitles)

Karsilamas - Mikrasiatika

karsilamas - spanish style - Hippies

Arabian Beat

Hisham Abbas's 2007 single feat Hoss from rap group Arabian Knightz and Turkish Singer Safiya

Xfactor Bootcamp

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Greek Pantheon


The Theoi Classical Texts Library contains an extensive collection of classical literature on the theme of Greek mythology, including the works of many of the lesser known poets which are not available online elsewhere. Please note, that these are not the same texts which are quoted on the biography pages of Theoi.com, which are listed separately on the Bibliography page.

Summaries of the most important of the Greek gods, as well as classes of divinity can be found on the Pantheon and Greek Gods pages. The fabulous creatures, tribes and monsters of Greek mythology are listed in the Bestiary.

The entire Family Tree of the Greek pantheon of gods is displayed over eight charts with a central name index. There is also a separate table outlining the genealogy of the gods from Hesiod's Theogony.

A simple map of the various kingdoms of Greek mythology can by found on the Kingdoms page. Other themed pages include Plants and Flowers in Greek mythology and Greek Star Myths.

The site contains a Gallery of more than 1200 pictures from ancient Greek and Roman art, including vase paintings (C6th to C4th B.C.), sculptures, frescos and mosaics (C4th B.C. to C4th A.D.).