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  Ancient coinage of Thessaly
Hence Poseidon was very generally revered in Thessaly as the creator of the national soil, as well as of the celebrated Thessalian horses which grazed in the rich alluvial plains with which the land abounded (Hom.
Larissa (Pelasgiotis), on the right bank of the Peneius, was the most important town in Thessaly, and the residence of the Aleuadae, the noblest of all the aristocratic families of the land.
In B.C. 196, after the battle of Cynoscephalae, the Thessali, the Perrhaebi, and the Magnetes, were proclaimed free by Flamininus, whereupon the Thessali instituted a federal currency, probably striking their coins at Larissa.
www.snible.org /coins/hn/thessaly.html   (5061 words)

  Thessaly - LoveToKnow 1911
On the north side of Thessaly there was an important pass from Petra in Pieria by the western side of Olympus, debouching on the plain northward of Larissa; it was by this that Xerxes entered, and we learn from Herodotus (vii.
Again, when Thessaly, is entered from the south by the pass of Coela, another plain, containing a small lake, which was formerly called Xynias, intervenes, and a line of low hills has to be crossed before the town of Thaumaki is reached, which from its commanding position overlooks the whole of the upper plain.
In accordance with the provisions of the Berlin treaty, Thessaly was ceded to the Greeks by the Porte in 1881, and became a portion of the Hellenic kingdom.
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 Thessaly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Thessaly was bounded on the north by the Cambunian Mountains, which separated it from Macedonia; on the west by Mount Pindus, which separated it from Epirus; on the east by the Aegaean Sea; and on the south by the Maliac Gulf and Mount Oeta, which separated it from Locris, Phocis, and Aetolia.
Thessaly proper is a vast plain, shut in on every side by mountain barriers, broken only at the northeastern corner by the valley and defile of Tempé;, which separates Ossa from Olympus.
For some time after the conquest, Thessaly was governed by kings of the race of Heracles; but the kingly power seems to have been abolished in early times, and the government in the separate cities became oligarchical, the power being chiefly in the hands of a few great families descended from the ancient kings.
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 Encyclopedia: Thessaly
Thessaly (Θεσσαλια; modern Greek Thessalía; see also List of traditional Greek place names) is one of the 13 peripheries of Greece, and is further sub-divided into 4 prefectures.
Thessaly (Thessalia) is the geographical department that occupies the central section of mainland Greece.
One of the characteristics of the climate of the plain of Thessaly are frequent summer rainstorms.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Thessaly   (422 words)

 Thessaly and Sporades Islands - View of Greece by Region - Tour Trip Greece
Thessaly (Thessalia) is the geographical department that occupies the central section of mainland Greece.
One of the characteristics of the climate of the plain of Thessaly is the frequent summer rainstorms.
Larissa is the capital of Thessaly: Old mansions with yards and gardens in bloom in the middle of the plain of Thessaly.
www.tourtripgreece.gr /view_of_greece/region/thessaly.php   (706 words)

 Greece Thessaly - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, ...
Thessaly (Thessalia) occupies the east side of the Pindus watershed, extending south of Macedonia to the Aegean Sea.
Thessaly is the leading cattle-raising area of Greece, and Vlach shepherds (of Romanian origin) shift large flocks of sheep and goats seasonally between higher and lower elevations.
The population center of Thessaly is the Greater Volos metropolis, a shipping center combining the cities of Volos and New Ionia with six smaller towns at the northern end of the Gulf of Pagasai.
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The geographical area of Thessaly is comprised of Magnesia, Larissa, Trikala, and Karditsa.
Volos is the seat of the University of Thessaly and hosts 11 departments of the University: 5 Departments of the School of Humanities, 5 Departments of the School of Technological Sciences, and the independent Department of Economic Studies.
Through the operation of the Department of Medicine of the University of Thessaly, the University Hospital, and the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology Larissa strengthens it's primary role among the towns of central Greece.
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 Thessaly - Dilos Holiday World
Thessaly or Thessalia occupies the central part of the mainland in Greece.
Thessaly was a rich country and a major supplier of horse to Athens and other parts of Greece, governed by a few noble families owning most of the land and controlling the cities, especially Larissa, Crannon, Pheres and Pharsalus.
During the 5th and 4rth century B. Thessaly was a "federal" state that could, in time of war at least, be placed under the supreme leadership of a commander in chief called Tagos.
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GRP for Thessaly during 1981-1991 represents 6.3 to 6.7% of the GDP of Greece.
Specifically, concerning the GRP per head in Thessaly, in 1970 it was equal to 75% of the national GDP per head, whereas in 1991 it rose to 90% of the GDP per head.
Sooner or later, this pattern of development was bound to fall into serious trouble and a mounting external dept. In Thessaly as well as in Greece as a whole it has, since the date of entry into the EU, implied a permanent bias towards external deficit and an increasing dependence on EU funds.
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 Thessaly - General Information
Thessaly (Thessalia) is geographically the central section of mainland Greece.
One of the characteristics of the climate of the plain of Thessaly is the frequent summer rainstorms.
Larissa is the capital of Thessaly: Old mansions with yards and gardens in bloom in the middle of the plain of Thessaly.
www.gnto.co.uk /geninfo/thessaly.html   (473 words)

 THESSALY - Online Information article about THESSALY
Lower Thessaly, the former comprising the western and south-western part, which contains the higher course of the Peneius and an those of its tributaries that flow from the south—the Enipeus, the Apidanus, the Onochonus and the Pamisus; while the latter, which reaches eastward to the See also:
Livy in the following remarkable passage.--" When the traveller, in passing through the rugged districts of Thessaly, where the roads are entangled in the windings of the valleys, arrives at this city, on a sudden an immense level expanse, resembling a vast sea, is outspread before him in such a manner that the See also:
Thessaly was further subdivided into four districts, of which Pelasgiotis embraced the lower plain of the Peneius, and Hestiaeotis and Thessaliotis respectively the northern and the southern portions of the upper plain; while the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /THE_TOO/THESSALY.html   (2020 words)

 Wikinfo | Thessaly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Later the lowlands of Thessaly became the home of baronial families, such as the Aleuads of Larissa or the Scopads of Crannon.
In the 4th century Thessaly became dependent on Macedonia and many served as vassals.
In 148 the Romans formally incorporated Thessaly into the province of Macedonia, but in 300 Thessaly was made an independent province with the capital at Larissa.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Thessaly   (384 words)

 comicreaders.com - The Sandman Presents: Thessaly: Witch for Hire #1
Thessaly: Witch for Hire is the latest miniseries bearing the Sandman Presents moniker.
Thessaly is the last and most powerful of the Thessalian witches.
McManus is an excellent choice for these Thessaly miniseries because he was, in fact, the first artist to draw her in the Sandman series.
www.comicreaders.com /modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=406   (726 words)

 Who Killed Dream of the Endless?
Her physical body is provided protection by the witch-woman Thessaly while her mental self joins the Kindly Ones to destroy the Dreaming and its master.
Thessaly warns her that the quest to destroy Dream has made her many enemies, so she is forced into hiding until Daniel, now a manifestation of Dream assures her that he will watch over her to keep her safe.
The witch-woman known both as Thessaly and Larissa is a puzzle unto herself: She's a murderess, a sorceress, a guardian and...a lover.
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 Amazon.com: Sandman Presents, The: Thessaly - Witch for Hire (Sandman Presents): Books: Bill Willingham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
When our story opens, Thessaly has spent the last two years offing dangerous ghoulies and then finding new places to live when the locals inevitably catch wind of what she's up to; it's made her a bit grouchy, and she's understandably furious with Fetch when he confesses what he's done.
Thessaly, the world's most powerful witch, is back in a sequel her tale in Sandman Presents: Taller Tales.
Thessaly knows the coming monster will be her destruction so she sets accounts right and goes on a quest to discover a way to stop the monster.
www.amazon.com /Sandman-Presents-Thessaly-Witch-Hire/dp/140120497X   (1544 words)

 Thessaly Kane
Thessaly threw a fit and insisted on getting one herself and was so honored by her father.
Thessaly, humiliated, simply appreciated that she had to be more careful in her actions so that she shouldn't get caught.
Thessaly believes in her family's old traditions of women ruling, and wishes nothing more then to oust her father from power as soon as possible.
www.rose-has-thorns.com /magic/id28.htm   (1169 words)

 (28) Larissa, Thessaly (Greece)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Larissa, one of the principal towns of Thessaly, was one of the first cities of the area to issue coins and remained an important mint until it was absorbed by Macedonia (see also no. 29).
The reverse depicts a grazing horse, probably a reference to the horses and the cavalry for which Thessaly was famous.
Thessaly was a country of plains which provided excellent grazing ground for its cattle and horses.
www.lawrence.edu /dept/art/buerger/catalogue/028.html   (183 words)

 Search Results for Thessaly - Encyclopædia Britannica
Thessaly was ruled in its eastern parts by the Franks after 1204, while the western regions were disputed...
despot of Pherae in Thessaly, Greece, from 369 to 358, whose tyranny caused the intervention of a number of city-states in Thessalian affairs.
agricultural and grazing centre of Thessaly (Thessalía), Greece, and capital of the nomós (department) of Tríkala.
www.britannica.com /search?query=Thessaly&submit=Find&source=MWTAB   (339 words)

 Thessaly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Born on the day of the greatest darkness, she is the millennia-old survivor of the Witches of Thessalia, an almost forgotten pagan community.
But Thessaly has not forgotten a thing : she remembers how to make the moon goodess do her biddings, she remembers how to enter dream, she remembers unspeakable methods that can make the dead reveal what they knew.
Thessaly employs her great power without much thought or hesitation, and always in her own self-interests.
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 Comixfan Forums - THESSALY: WITCH FOR HIRE #1 REVIEW   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The conversation between Thessaly and Fetch is reminiscent of Willingham’s Snow White and Prince Charming, with the somewhat goofy Fetch presenting his wild and crazy scheme to the ruthlessly practical Thessaly.
Thessaly, with her big round glasses and librarian looks, never looked like a millennia-old witch who’d kill a god if it were in her best interests, and McManus has made her look even more harmless here.
Thessaly seems more "real" than her supporting cast: Like Fetch, the Italian townspeople have a more cartoonish quality to them, while Thessaly is usually quite detailed; she often looks like an escapee from a John Byrne book.
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 AllTravel Thessaly Greece travel and tourism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In the 14th century, with Byzantine power crumbling and invasions on the increase, many of Thessaly’s monks fled to Meteora in an effort to escape the bloodshed.
At first, they hewed out cavernous lodgings in the dark mountain faces but, as the violence worsened, the monks were forced upwards and eventually built the spectacular monasteries that now perch like the icing on Meteora’s cake.
Thessaly has plenty more to offer — not least the beautiful vale of Tembi that will take you north to Macedonia — and is well worth ambling around at a leisurely pace, especially if you have access to your own transport.
www.alltravelgreece.com /Greece/Destination_Guides/Regions/Thessaly.htm   (422 words)

 The Neolithic Cultures
To this Larissa phase dates the cemetery at Souphli, the earliest true cemetery of the Thessalian Neolithic, in which the cremated bones of the dead were crammed into fl- burnished jars each of which was buried in an individual pit.
The Late Neolithic in Thessaly is often referred to as the "Dimini culture" (for example, by Vermeule), but this is misleading in that the rich finds from Dimini itself represent a provincial eastern Thessalian variant of the later LN period in Thessaly as a whole.
Typical of the later LN in Thessaly is a growing regionalism, while in contemporary southern Greece settlement in caves is on the rise.
projectsx.dartmouth.edu /history/bronze_age/lessons/les/2.html   (4334 words)

 AllRefer.com - Thessaly (Ancient History, Greece) - Encyclopedia
Ancient Thessaly was almost completely walled in by mountains, including Pindus, Ossa, and Othrys (now OthrIs), and the plains were extremely fertile.
B.C.) in uniting Thessaly, which again became a force in Greece, but it did not remain powerful for long and was subjugated (344
Under the Roman emperors Thessaly was joined to Macedonia, but after the death of Constantine the Great it became a separate province.
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 ipedia.com: Trikala Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Map Trikala is a city and a prefecture in northwestern Thessaly, Greece...
Trikala is a city and a prefecture in northwestern Thessaly, Greece.
Located in the fertile plain of Thessaly in central Greece, modern Trikala is the Homeric Trica (Trikki), one of the places touted as the birthplace of Aesculapius (Asklepios).
www.ipedia.com /trikala.html   (250 words)

 Thessaly Villa Rentals | Thessaly Rentals | Villa Rentals in Thessaly | HomeAway
Villa Rentals in Thessaly Greece are an affordable vacation lodging option and are perfect anytime you want more space than a hotel room affords.
Thessaly Rentals run the range of accommodations from budget to luxury.
Examples of occasions that are ideal for booking Thessaly Villa Rentals are family vacations, group travel, weddings, honeymoons and family reunions.
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 Thessaly — FactMonster.com
It corresponded roughly to the present-day nomes of Larissa and Tríkkala, which form part of the modern region known as Thessaly.
Ancient Thessaly was almost completely walled in by mountains, including Pindus, Ossa, and Othrys (now Othrís), and the plains were extremely fertile.
Jason, the tyrant of Pherae, succeeded (374 B.C.) in uniting Thessaly, which again became a force in Greece, but it did not remain powerful for long and was subjugated (344 B.C.) by Philip II of Macedon.
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