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Athens: A city worshiped by gods and people (Part.9) Capt.Aki's tour

Posted by UWO_NEWS Saturday November 26 2011 at 4:39PM
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Athens is one of the oldest cites and the world and that means it also has the oldest treasures its time for me to get rich!  
 
 
 
 
  Athens ( /?æθ?nz/; Modern Greek: Αθ?να, Athina, IPA: [a?θina], Katharevousa: ?θ?ναι, Athine, Ancient Greek: ?θ?ναι, Ath?nai (plural)), the capital and largest city of Greece, dominates the Attica periphery; as one of the world's oldest cities, its recorded history spans around 3,400 years.
 

 Classical Athens was a powerful city-state. A center for the arts, learning and philosophy, home of Plato's Academy and Aristotle's Lyceum, it is widely referred to as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy, largely due to the impact of its cultural and political achievements during the 5th and 4th centuries BC on the rest of the then known European continent.




 
 The heritage of the classical era is still evident in the city, represented by a number of ancient monuments and works of art, the most famous of all being the Parthenon, widely considered a key landmark of early Western civilization. The city also retains a vast variety of Roman and Byzantine monuments, as well as a smaller number of remaining Ottoman monuments projecting the city's long history across the centuries. Landmarks of the modern era are also present, dating back to 1830 (the establishment of the independent Greek state), and taking in the Hellenic Parliament (19th century) and the Athens Trilogy consisting of the National Library of Greece, the Athens University and the Academy of Athens. Athens was the host city of the first modern-day Olympic Games in 1896
 
 
 

 In Ancient Greek, the name of Athens was: ?θ?ναι [at????na?], related tο name of the goddess Athena (Attic ?θην? [at???n??] and Ionic ?θ?νη [a't??:n?:]). The city's name was in the plural, like those of Θ?βαι (Th?bai), Μυκ?ναι (Muk?nai), and Δελφο? (Delphoi).
An etiological myth explaining how Athens acquired this name was well known amongst ancient Athenians and even became the theme of the sculpture on the West pediment of the Parthenon. Both Athena and Poseidon requested to be patrons of the city and to give their name to it, so they competed with one another for the honor, offering the city one gift each. Poseidon produced a salt water spring by striking the ground with his trident, symbolizing naval power. Athena created the olive tree, symbolizing peace and prosperity. The Athenians, under their ruler Cecrops, accepted the olive tree and named the city after Athena.




 

 Martinengo - Ooops! a generic NPC since there are several Martinengo from a composer to a General I have no Idea which one this is since he has a common name for the era.




The skills that can be learned from Martinengo are.       



Salvic (Languge)  
4,000 Ducats
Salvage  (Skill)
8,000 Ducats






 He can be found right on the center of Athens
 
 
 
 
 Jean Parisot de Valette (born in 1494[?]; died in Malta, 21 August 1568) was born into a noble family in Quercy. He was a Knight of St. John, joining the order in the Langue de Provence, and fought with distinction against the Turks at Rhodes. As Grand Master, Valette became the Order's hero and most illustrious leader, commanding the resistance against the Ottomans at the Great Siege of Malta in 1565, widely regarded as one of the greatest sieges of all time. He became Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller on 21 August 1557.
 
 
 
   The skills that can be learned from La Valette are.       
Swordplay (Skill)  
8,000 Ducats
Assault  (Skill)
30,000 Ducats
Tactics  (Skill)
10,000 Ducats
 
 
 


After the great siege, he commissioned the construction of the new city of Valletta in 1566, laying the first stone with his own hands. This took place on the slopes of Mount Sciberras, where the flower of the Turkish army had died whilst trying to storm Fort St. Elmo, a fort which the Turks thought would fall within three or four days, but which, due to the bravery of the defenders, held out for 30 days.




 
 
 
 
The Parthenon  
   The Parthenon (Ancient Greek: Παρθεν?ν) is a temple in the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens considered their protector. Its construction began in 447 BC and was completed in 438 BC, although decorations of the Parthenon continued until 432 BC. It is the most important surviving building of Classical Greece, generally considered to be the culmination of the development of the Doric order. Its decorative sculptures are considered some of the high points of Greek art. The Parthenon is regarded as an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece and of Athenian democracy and one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. 
 
 
No Luck      
 
 Athens really didn't have much to offer all the ruins were already cleared out!. and all they had were odd jobs not worth of my keen adventuring skills so off I go wherever the wind may take me!
 
Pennyles...
 
 
Capt.-Aki - Chan
 
marekp9 writes:

Martinengo.... maybe it's Hiernino Martinengo, who was commanding a venetian forces sent to Cyprus when Ottomans were besieging Famagusta (1570). Martinengo died en route, and his body taken to Famagusta. As he was very popular with his troops, a bastion of Famagusta's fortification was named after him - The Martinengo Bastion.

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