It states the start of the revolution against the dominance of Ottoman empire. This is not the exact date that started, they chosed this date to coincide with the great chistianic holiday of Eyaggelismoy tis Theotokou. It is not an intependence Day, it is the 'revolution start'
While I was doing some research about the pandemic I realize that they were actually way more common than I had thought. Little did I know that one of my favorite historical periods, ancient Greece, how to play they killed some really famous historical figures. How come no one told me this? Did any of you know about this???
It's crazy to think that something I've come to value so much about modern Greek people is actually from the ancient Greeks. Does anyone know where, when or from whom the concept of philotimo emerged in Ancient Greece?