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  Aspasia Manos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thrasybulos Manos was son of Constantinos Manos (1785-1835) from Phanar, himself son of Demetrios Manos (whose mother was Eufrosyne Ghica, from Romania, of that Albanian Arumanian clan) and Marioara Caradja (of phanariot Caradja family, Danubian princes); and Sebastia Argyropoulos (1806-83), herself daughter of Jakob Argyropoulos and Marioara Soutzos.
Her mother's parents were Aspasia Anargyrou Petraki and Jacob Argyropoulos (1845-1923), himself son of Aglaia Rosetti (d 1871, Ruset-Roznoveanu) and Perikles Argyropoulos (1810-60), himself son of the selfsame Jacob Argyropoulos and the princess Marioara Soutzos, aforementioned, daughter of reigning prnce of Moldavia and Valachia.
Aspasia Manos and her daughter were the only members of the Glücksburg dynasty, the Greek Royal House, to be of recent Greek descent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aspasia_Manos   (549 words)

 Alexandra of Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She was born in Athens in Greece, after the death of her father.
Her parents were King Alexander I of Greece and his wife, Aspasia Manos.
As daughter of Aspasia and granddaughter of Petros Manos and Maria Argyropoulos, she was the only scion of the Royal Family of Greece to be of recent Greek descent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alexandra_of_Greece   (330 words)

 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg809 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Alexander married Aspasia MANOS on 4 Nov 1919 in Athens, Greece.
Aspasia MANOS [Parents] was born 4 Sep 1896 in Athens, Greece.
Aspasia married Alexander I OLDENBURG King on 4 Nov 1919 in Athens, Greece.
www.peterwestern.f9.co.uk /maximilia/pafg809.htm   (453 words)

 Aspasia - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Aspasia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
As a non-Athenian from Miletus, she could not be recognized as his wife, but Pericles lived with Aspasia, having parted from his wife, until his death 429
Aspasia had a son by Pericles who was legitimized and granted Athenian citizenship after the death of the two legitimate sons of Pericles.
Aspasia's ‘salon’ was a meeting place for celebrities from the Athenian literary and philosophical circles, including Socrates.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Aspasia   (144 words)

 Greek Royal Family
Aspasia was created a Princess of Greece by Royal Decree on 10 September 1922.
Aspasia is related to Iléana Manos (wife of Prince Charles-Louis Henri of Orleans (Duke of Chartres)).
Aspasia's father (Petros Manos, born 1871) and Iléana's great grandfather (Konstantinos Manos, born 1869) were brothers.
www.btinternet.com /~allan_raymond/Greek_Royal_Family.htm   (1114 words)

 Ancestors and Family of Alexander I Oldenburg
Marriage: Aspasia Manos on 4 Nov 1919 in Athens, Greece
Alexander married Aspasia Manos, daughter of Colonel Petros Manos and Maria Argyropoulos, on 4 Nov 1919 in Athens, Greece.
(Aspasia Manos was born on 4 Sep 1896 in Athens, Greece and died on 7 Aug 1972 in Venice, Italy.)
nygaard.howards.net /files/4/4210.htm   (89 words)

 I7009: Aspasia Manos (4 SEP 1896 - 7 AUG 1972)
I7009: Aspasia Manos (4 SEP 1896 - 7 AUG 1972)
Sophie Dorothea Ulrica Of Prussia Queen of Greece (14 JUN 1870 - 13 JAN 1932)
Descendants of Aspasia Manos and Alexander I Of Greece King of Greece
web.ukonline.co.uk /Members/nigel.battysmith/Database/D0002/I7009.html   (73 words)

 Greek Names - Page 3 - The Royal Forums
I interviewed Prince Pavlos in New York and he himself confirmed there is not a drop of Greek blood in the Royal family with the exception of Princess Alexandra, born to Aspasia Manos and King Alexander of Greece.
Aspasia was born daughter of Colonel Petros Manos of Greece.
It is generally accepted/acknowleged that Aspasia Manos and Princess Alexandra (later Queen of Yugoslavia) are the only memebers of the Greek royal family w/ Greek blood.
www.theroyalforums.com /forums/f77/greek-names-2581-3.html   (1696 words)

 Alexander I of Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
When his father left the country in 1917, he was named acting king.
On 4 November 1919 he married Aspasia Manos (1896-1972), daughter of Colonel Petros Manos.
Their only child, born posthumously, was Princess Alexandra of Greece (1921-1993), who married Peter II, King of Yugoslavia.
www.free-download-soft.com /info/diag.html   (128 words)

 Aspasia Manos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Princess Aspasia Manos (4 September 1896-7 August 1972) was wife of Alexander I, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
She was born in Athens (The capital and largest city of Greece; named after Athena (its patron goddess))
Aspasia died in Venice (The provincial capital of Veneto; built on 118 islands within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice; has canals instead of streets; one of Italy's major ports and a famous tourist attraction)
www.absoluteastronomy.com /ref/aspasia_manos   (660 words)

 thePeerage.com - Person Page 10112
     Aspasia Manos was born on 4 September 1896 in Athens, Greece.
She was the daughter of Colonel Panayiotis Manos and Maria Argyropoulos.
Child of Aspasia Manos and Alexandros I von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, King of the Hellenes
www.thepeerage.com /p10112.htm   (1794 words)

 Aspasia Nasopoulou
She taught harmony, music history and piano at the Conservatory of Music in Piraeus from 1991-94, the Kostas Makrigiannis Private Secondary School in Piraeus from 1995-98 and the 5/4 Conservatory of Music in Faliro from 1996-2002.
Aspasia Nasopoulou, Xenophontos 22, 181 20 Korydallos, Greece
Aspasia Nasopoulou, Nieuwendijk 119 II, 1012 MD Amsterdam, The Netherlands
composers21.com /compdocs/nasopoua.htm   (560 words)

 RE: [Goanet]Anecdote - Blue blooded?
Young Alexander was enthroned as king; in reality he had absolutely no power, and his only real task was to frequently visit the front and rally the troops.
On one major issue, however, he did defy Venizelos: On 4 November 1919 he eloped with a commoner, Aspasia Manos (1896-1972), daughter of Colonel Petros Manos, causing a scandal and infuriating Venizelos who had wanted the young king to marry princess Mary, daughter of king George V of England.
The royal couple was forced to temporarily flee to Paris, until the crisis was resolved and his wedding was legalized.
www.mail-archive.com /goanet@goanet.org/msg29840.html   (364 words)

 My Family
Aspasia MANOS was born on 4 Sep 1896 in Athens, Greece.
Alexander I OLDENBURG (King of Greece) and Aspasia MANOS were married on 4 Nov 1919 in Athens, Greece.
Folke Bernadotte (Count of Wisborg) and Estelle MANVILLE were married in 1928.
sneakers.pair.com /roots/b111.htm   (653 words)

 A royal surprise   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Sir Winston sent me an urgent message requesting passage for Aspasia Manos, the lovely young widow of Prince Andrew of Greece, who was bitten by a pet monkey and died of blood poisoning.
Aspasia is carrying his child and her family fears for her safety due to the rumours of a military coup against the monarchy.
Jim sees to the luggage while I help Aspasia and her companion settle in.
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/Post/617846   (458 words)

 ' + foto + '
He had known lovely Aspasia Manos (1896-1972), daughter of an aide to his father, since childhood.
In 1920, the young King was bitten by a pet monkey and died what must have been a painful death from blood poisoning.
In 1921, Aspasia, who was denied the title of Queen, much less Princess of Greece, had the final word when she gave birth to Alexander's posthumous daughter, Alexandra, who was accorded the designation Princess of Greece.
www.christinesroyalty.net /royalfamilies/greece/history.html   (4112 words)

Finally King Peter II established the Yugoslav government in exile in London.
In 1944 in London King Peter II married Princess Alexandra of Greece the daughter of HM King Alexander of the Hellenes and Aspasia Manos.
On 17 July 1945 while living in Claridge’s Hotel Queen Alexandra gave birth to a son - HRH Crown Prince Alexander II of Yugoslavia.
www.royalfamily.org /family/hrhcpa_bio.htm   (718 words)

 Alexander I of Greece: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
On 4 November 1919 he married Aspasia Manos (Aspasia Manos: princess aspasia manos (4 september 1896-7 august 1972) was wife of alexander...
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Their only child, born posthumously, was Princess Alexandra of Greece (Princess Alexandra of Greece: more facts about this subject) (1921-1993), who married Peter II, King of Yugoslavia (Peter II, King of Yugoslavia: more facts about this subject).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/alexander_i_of_greece   (205 words)

 September 2000 Editor
It was a hard race, but everyone finished it and many people got in the top ten.
From the Mite Boys Sam Manos placed 1st, Sugar Raeburn 5th, Mikey Thompson 7th, and Mark Provost 9th.
From the Junior Girls Aspasia Manos finished 8th.
schools.tdsb.on.ca /sirsamuelbsteele/norwestersept00.htm   (1972 words)

 Alexander I OLDENBURG/Aspasia MANOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Born: 1 Aug 1893 at: Tatoi Married: 4 Nov 1919 at: Athens, Greece Died: 25 Oct 1920 at: Athens, Greece Father:Constantine I Oldenburg Koenig VON GRIECHENLAND Mother:Sophie VON PREUSSEN Other Spouses:
Born: 4 Sep 1896 at: Athens, Greece Died: 7 Aug 1972 at: Venice, Italy Father:Petros MANOS Mother:Maria ARGYROPOULOS Other Spouses:
Name: Alexandra VON GRIECHENLAND Born: 1921 at: Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: Peter II VON JUGOSLAWIEN
www.usgennet.org /family/baicon/data/fam00486.htm   (192 words)

 Namnlöst dokument
He became King on June 11th, 1917 following his father's abdication.
On November 4th, 1919 he married (morganatically) Aspasia Manos, born on September 4th, 1896, died on August 7th, 1972.
She was granted the style and title HRH Princess of Greece on September 10th, 1922.
www.warholm.nu /Kinghell.html   (680 words)

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