Museum of Ancient Greek Technology

Museum of Ancient Greek Technology

There are 51 comments on the Global Voices Online story from Jan 25, 2013, titled Museum of Ancient Greek Technology. In it, Global Voices Online reports that:

Greek Reporter writes about the unique Museum of Ancient Greek Technology in Katakolo, Peloponnese, founded in 2005 by engineer Kostas Kotsanas [el, en]. The museum showcases some 300 operating models of ancient Greek inventions covering the period from 2000 B.C. to 100 A.D. The Museum is supported by visitors' donations and entrance is free, while ... (more)

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Since: Oct 12

Athens, Greece

#43 Jan 29, 2013
Tejo wrote:
<quoted text>Advice :- Stay away from the Parthenon please , at least until you figure how the structure was built ..
hula hoop ?
Why I am not suprised at all reading that comment?
Because I know that it's written by an illiterate brainwashed pig farmer!!!!!!!!!!
Sapska skopian salad

Athens, Greece

#44 Jan 29, 2013
Poustares the fyromian fathers!
Bronzilla wrote:
The Alarm Clock of Plato (the first wake-up mechanism in history)

Skopje, Macedonia

#45 Jan 30, 2013
NikyT wrote:
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Stop making a fool of yourselves!!!!!!!!!!
Justinian the Slav??????????
plz tell us more?????????
Was Pericles, Leonidas, Eukleides Skopjen too?????????
Hahahahahahaahahahahahhahhahah aahahahahaha
The RIDICULONIANS in action!!!!!!!!!!
I didn't say Justinian was a Slav although others do speculate with this possibility!
" Justinian (483-565 CE), whose Roman name was Flavius Anicius Iustinianus, was probably born of Slavic parents in Illyricum, which stretched along the shores of the Adriatic from Italy to Macedonia. "
The name of his favorite General Belisarius makes sense only in Slavic , meaning the mighty tsar , for example .. Some of the Slavic tribes were already settling the Balkans at that period ,naming the Antes (a Roman foederate tribe probably under Gothic command) and Justinian was nicknamed as Antikos for some reason . Some speculate that he was a descendant of the Antes as well , who knows??
Tauresium near Skopje is the birthplace of Justinian I (483), so is the birthplace of the King Theodahad of the Ostrogoths and Italy (480).
Balkan peninsula or the Roman province of Illyricum back then was entirely in the hands of the Goths since 387AD. Goths even had established a Kingdom in Macedonia with Pella as it's capital . They took over over the province by replacing the Roman garrisons , collecting the taxes and had control over the arms production . Even the garrison of Thessaloniki was Gothic .. Justinian was merciless with the Goths , yet Gothic , Slavic , Hunic , Issaurian and Moorish mercenaries made up most of his army in his campaigns against the Persians , Vandals and the Gothic Kingdom in Italy and Spain .
For the Hellenistic peoples of the eastern Mediterranean ,Persians were the major threat to be deal with , while Justinian's ambitions were to re-establish the Roman Empire and to regain lost territories of the western parts , a situation that produced numerous conflicts , therefore the political role of the Hellenistic peoples over the Imperial authority was strictly limited during his long reign . In other words Greeks weren't Justinian's favorite people at all :)
Btw , Justinian was born a pig-farmer .. He became an Emperor only through the ranks of the military :)

Graz, Austria

#46 Jan 30, 2013
FAKEDONIJA is a YUGOSLAVIAN land with HELLENIC name! Pure paranoid titoistic Skopian pseudonation!

“Macedonian, therefore Greek”

Since: Apr 07

Lychnidos, occupied Macedonia

#47 Jan 30, 2013
Ber Tejo, do names imply ethnicity?


Macedonians have named after Greek names ALL the cities they built or renamed.

As if they knew that, 25000 years later, a bunch of SlavoSkopian MALAKES would argue about their Greekness.

Do something4your country

Milan, Italy

#48 Jan 30, 2013
While you are discussing here, Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Greece are facing themselves on the battlefields, in front of hundred thousand people from the world: don't you believe?

Do you wanna help your country? Do you wanna join the fight and make your country prevail in front of hundred thousands people?
samostojna MKD

Curtin, Australia

#49 Jan 31, 2013
Bronzilla wrote:
Automatic Opening of the Temple Gates after sacrifice on its altar (the first building automation in history)
Not realy, its the copy from "open Sesame"theory.
Egyptians were first, and it spread.
In short,
skopian gay pride

Athens, Greece

#51 Feb 1, 2013
Bronzilla wrote:
The Alarm Clock of Plato (the first wake-up mechanism in history)
Hellenic Blood

Athens, Greece

#52 Feb 1, 2013
Bronzilla wrote:
The Alarm Clock of Plato (the first wake-up mechanism in history)
Skopje Shameless=stolen identity and history!


#53 Feb 4, 2013
H tan i epi tas!
Bronzilla wrote:
The Alarm Clock of Plato (the first wake-up mechanism in history)
Macedonian Human rights

Thessaloníki, Greece

#54 Feb 17, 2013
Respect the human rights of Macedonians!
Macedons are Greeks!
Bronzilla wrote:
The Alarm Clock of Plato (the first wake-up mechanism in history)

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