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This two-headed eagle is the traditional symbol of the Pontian people and their erstwhile empire

The Byzantine Empire, once part of the greater Roman Empire, continued flourishing from an eastern Mediterranean base after Roman decline.

Sun of Vergina   A Greek symbol ~ This is the Panagia from the Monastery of Panagia Soumela in the Pontus

Το Αστέρι της Βεργίνας - Ένα Πανελλήνιο Σύμβολο The Sun of Vergina is a symbol that was widely used by Ancient Greeks. It became famous due to the Macedonians who were using it as Symbol of the Argead Dynasty.

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Θοδωρος Παυλίδης Το ονομα σ' παντα θα λεω - YouTube

Θοδωρος Παυλίδης Το ονομα σ' παντα θα λεω - YouTube

e-Pontos.gr: 12o Πανελλαδικό Φεστιβάλ Ποντιακών Χορών – Αναλυτι...

e-Pontos.gr: 12o Πανελλαδικό Φεστιβάλ Ποντιακών Χορών – Αναλυτι...

Σέρρα - ο χορός των Ποντίων - YouTube

Σέρρα - ο χορός των Ποντίων - YouTube

Pontian Greeks lived in northern Turkey along the Black Sea.  Near the end of WWI, suffering a similar fate of Armenians, Pontian Greeks began an armed resistance, leading to what became known as the Pontus resistance (αντάρτικο του Πόντου in Greek), which lasted until 1923, when most of the population were expelled from Turkey to Greece.

Greek fighters--perhaps blackshirts. Despite daunting odds, Greek rebels are fierce.

Αφοι Ιωαννίδη  Κορτσόπον έλα έλα

Αφοι Ιωαννίδη Κορτσόπον έλα έλα

This is the Imperial flag of the Byzantine Empire, otherwise known as Eastern Roman Empire.

This is the Imperial flag of the Byzantine Empire, otherwise known as Eastern Roman Empire. Also the Egyptian double-headed eagle deity, Mammon-Ra, the god of money and prosperity

Ithikon Akmeotaton - To Diko Mou Paploma

a remake of the famous Song written by Giorgos Mitsakis from the album ITHIKON?

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