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Stageira is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Stageira books and related discussion.

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By Basilis Sevdalis Addressing to you, the participants of the xith
A contibution to the 11TH Symi Symposium in Stageira on the 15.07.
I Symposium Stageira.pdf - Universitat de Barcelona
Facultat de Filosofia,. Dept. de Filosofia Teorètica i Pràctica.
Nicanor Son of Balacrus
Nicanor of Stageira, who proclaimed the “Exiles' Decree” in. 324, it is highly likely Aristotle's nephew, Nicanor of Stageira.
Symmetry and Katachi in the Works of Aristotle

Suggested News Resources

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Children are expected to audition without assistance on stage. IRA to meet Oct. 15 at Top O' The Mar The Guam Council of the International Reading Association will hold its general membership meeting from 8 to 11 am Oct.

Suggested Web Resources

Stageira - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stageira (Greek: Στάγειρα; more properly Stagira Στάγιρα; also fem.
Stageira travel guide - Wikitravel
Open source travel guide to Stageira, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more.
Stageira -
Halkidiki - Chalkidiki Greece, hotels and apartments guide.
Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism | Stageira
Tradition has it that the inhabitants of Stageira tranferred Aristotle's relics to the city, buried it there, and founded a festival in his honour, called the "Aristoteleia".
Stageira | Facebook
Stageira - Description: Stageira was an ancient Greek city on the Chalkidiki peninsula and is chiefly known for being the birthplace of Aristotle.

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