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Tuskless Female Elephants Evolving in Response to Poaching

Tuskless Female Elephants Evolving in Response to Poaching Female elephants in Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park are evolving without tusks in an apparent result from poaching. Credit: Facebook/Gorongosa National Park In a completely unforeseen but welcome development as conservationists try to stop the poaching of elephants for their ivory tusks, tuskless female elephants are now evolving […]

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Eleni Boukoura-Altamoura, the First Great Female Greek Painter

Eleni Boukoura-Altamoura, the First Great Female Greek Painter “Despair,” by Eleni Boukoura-Altamoura. The Greek painter is considered to be the first great female artist in Greece. Credit: Public Domain The artist Eleni Boukoura-Altamoura is widely known as the first great female Greek painter —although there were likely many talented Greek women artists throughout history who […]

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Kyniska of Sparta, the First Female Olympian

Kyniska of Sparta, the First Female Olympian The Spartan princess Kyniska won the Olympics in four-horse chariot racing — twice, in 396 BC and again in 392 BC. Credit: Public domain.  Kyniska, a Spartan princess went down in history after becoming the first woman to win the Olympics in ancient times. By Todd E. Caissie Kyniska […]

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Skeleton of Ancient Woman Lying on Her Bronze Bed Found in Greece

Skeleton of Ancient Woman Lying on Her Bronze Bed Found in Greece The female remains were found in Eordea, Greece. Credit: AMNA The skeleton of a woman who lived in the 1st century BC lying on her bed was uncovered by Greek archaeologists recently near the city of Kozani, northern Greece. The discovery was made […]

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Entrepreneurship a pathway for female Ukrainian refugees

Entrepreneurship a pathway for female Ukrainian refugees Russia’s invasion of Ukraine commenced just a month ago, yet it is already evident that fleeing Ukrainians, 90% of whom are females and children, will not be returning home to a safe Ukraine anytime soon, if at all. As Ukrainian females have become acting heads of their households overnight […]

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Dorothea Ioannou: The first female CEO of a P&I Club

Dorothea Ioannou: The first female CEO of a P&I Club The first woman CEO of a P&I Club in the 167 years since the founding of the first marine insurance organizations of this kind is Greek Cypriot Dorothea Ioannou. Ms. Ioannou takes over as CEO of the Shipowners Claims Bureau, which manages the American Club, […]

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International Womens Day Sees Females on the Front Lines in Ukraine

International Womens Day Sees Females on the Front Lines in Ukraine Ukrainian female fighters on the front lines of the war are being celebrated on International Women’s Day. Credit: Video screenshot Females are on the front lines of the conflict in Ukraine, adding their talents and fighting spirit to the resistance as they defend their […]

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Warrior Women: the Ancient World Was Full of Female Fighters

Warrior Women: the Ancient World Was Full of Female Fighters “Queen Zenobia Addressing Her Soldiers.” Credit: Wikipedia/Public domain. Anything is possible in the world of computer games – except women who fight, apparently. By Eve MacDonald One of the great things about computer games is that anything is possible in the almost endless array of situations on offer, […]

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Hypatia: The Female Greek Philosopher Killed for Her Beliefs

Hypatia: The Female Greek Philosopher Killed for Her Beliefs Death of the Greek philosopher Hypatia. Unknown artist. Public Domain Hypatia, one of the greatest philosophers of Alexandria, was admired for her groundbreaking ideas but was brutally murdered for them by Christian fanatics in the fourth century AD. Born around the year 360, Hypatia was a […]

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Greek Goddess the Sphinx Embodied Concept of Knowledge as Power

Greek Goddess the Sphinx Embodied Concept of Knowledge as Power A female Sphinx from the Archaic Period of Greek civilization. Credit: One of the most recognizable figures of antiquity, the Sphinx, took many forms as portrayed throughout the civilizations of Greece, the Near East and Asia. With features including either a male or female human […]

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Women judges and attorneys from Afghanistan arrive in Athens

Women judges and attorneys from Afghanistan arrive in Athens Twenty-six female judges and lawyers and their families arrived in Athens from Afghanistan late on Thursday via the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. Their safe transfer to Greece was carried out with the assistance of President Katerina Sakellaropoulou. According to a migration ministry announcement, the Afghans underwent […]

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Six Female Afghan MPs Arrive In Athens On Way to US

Six Female Afghan MPs Arrive In Athens On Way to US Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Athens. Six female Afghan MPs arrived in Greece on Wednesday. Credit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Six female MPs from Afghanistan arrived in Athens, Greece via Tbilisi, Georgia, accompanied by their family members, earlier on Wednesday, according to a Foreign Ministry […]

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7 female Afghan lawmakers hosted in Greece

7 female Afghan lawmakers hosted in Greece Seven female lawmakers from Afghanistan have arrived in Greece as part of the wider evacuation effort and are expected to travel to the United States after a short stay, authorities said Wednesday. Afghanistan’s twin-chamber parliament was effectively dissolved after the Taliban takeover of the country last month. The […]

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Killings of endangered animals spark outrage

Killings of endangered animals spark outrage The fatal shooting of two endangered animals, a female brown bear in Prespes, northern Greece, and a lesser spotted eagle in southern Crete, has provoked an angry reaction from environmental organizations, who are calling on the authorities to identify and punish the perpetrators. The 6-year-old bear was found dead […]

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Albania votes in its first female dominated government

Albania votes in its first female dominated government Albania’s parliament on Friday voted in the first cabinet to be dominated by women since the multi-party system was introduced 30 years ago. After a parliamentary session which lasted more than 20 hours, Edi Rama was voted as prime minister for third time after a landslide election […]

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Female Octopuses Throw Things at Males When Offended

Female Octopuses Throw Things at Males When Offended Octopuses swim with their tentacles trailing after them. Australian researchers have now observed that female octopus can even throw objects at each other when upset. Credit: albert kok – ma photo/CC BY-SA 3.0 The octopus is one of the iconic denizens of the waters off Greece and […]

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Female Octopuses Throw Things at Each Other When Offended

Female Octopuses Throw Things at Each Other When Offended Octopuses swim with their tentacles trailing after them. Australian researchers have now observed that female octopus can even throw objects at each other when upset. Credit: albert kok – ma photo/CC BY-SA 3.0 The octopus is one of the iconic denizens of the waters off Greece […]

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Wise Women: Six Ancient Female Philosophers You Should Know About

Wise Women: Six Ancient Female Philosophers You Should Know About Michel Corneille the Younger: Aspasia surrounded by Ancient Greek philosophers. Credit: Wikipedia/Public domain. When we think about ancient greek philosophers we tend to imagine old men as the deep thinkers. But women too have helped shape modern thought. By Dawn LaValle Norman When we conjure […]

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Greek Olympic hopeful drops out due to Covid-19

Greek Olympic hopeful drops out due to Covid-19 A Greek female water sports athlete who was scheduled to go to the Tokyo to participate in the Olympic Games has tested positive for Covid-19, the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) has announced.  “Unfortunately, the athlete will not travel to Tokyo and will not take part in the […]

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Hidden Women of History: Kyniska of Sparta, the First Female Olympian

Hidden Women of History: Kyniska of Sparta, the First Female Olympian The Spartan princess Kyniska won the Olympics in four-horse chariot racing — twice, in 396 BC and again in 392 BC. Credit: Public domain.  Kyniska, a Spartan princess went down in history after becoming the first woman to win the Olympics in ancient times. By […]

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How the Venus de Milo Shaped the Western Idea of Female Beauty

How the Venus de Milo Shaped the Western Idea of Female Beauty Venus de Milo or Aphrodite of Milos. Credit: Bradley N Weber/Wikimedia Commons/ CC BY 2.0 The Venus de Milo, or the Aphrodite of Milos, which was discovered on April 8, 1820, changed western culture in the 19th century, creating a certain ambivalence about […]

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Hypatia: The Female Greek Philosopher Who Was Killed for Her Beliefs

Hypatia: The Female Greek Philosopher Who Was Killed for Her Beliefs Death of the Greek philosopher Hypatia. Unknown artist. Public Domain Hypatia, one of the greatest philosophers of Alexandria, was admired for her groundbreaking ideas but was brutally murdered for them by Christian fanatics in the fourth century AD. Born around the year 360, Hypatia […]

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Seminar focuses on female entrepreneurship

Seminar focuses on female entrepreneurship Job finding website Skywalker.gr is organizing an online seminar titled “Female Entrepreneurship” in the context of the “GRBossible” series of events on entrepreneurship. The seminar will take place on Wednesday at 11 a.m. To find out more, visit the bossible.gr website. Source : Newsroom Σύνδεσμος

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Annita Demetriou, Cyprus’s First Female Parliamentary Speaker

Annita Demetriou, Cyprus’s First Female Parliamentary Speaker Credit: Facebook/Annita Demetriou Cyprus has elected Annita Demetriou as its first female parliamentary speaker since the island became an independent republic in 1960. Lawmakers elected her with 25 votes out of the 56 seat parliament, a major game changer for Cypriot women, who have long been the minority […]

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Exhibition pays tribute to women in architecture

Exhibition pays tribute to women in architecture Six female architects from Greece are represented in the exhibition “Frau Architekt,” which is on display at the Goethe Institute in Athens. Their portraits, examples of their rich body of work and rare photographs are presented beside those of 12 of their German peers. Together, these 18 pioneering […]

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