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Vasiliki Online

Master of Education · Instructional Design. Vasiliki Papalas welcomes you to the Ikarian Village community site.
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Honey from Ikaria contains anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, says Dan Buettner, author of Blue Zones. Ikarian honey, rich in antioxidants, may be one reason the inhabitants of this Greek island live long and healthy lives. more

Icarian Village Picnic | Icarian-Sea

Icarian Village Picnic | Icarian-Seahttp://icarian-sea.com/icarian-sea-ancient-feasts//small>The Icarian Picnic is the last trace of ancient festivals. The picnic may be one reason the inhabitants of this Greek island live long and healthy lives. Here are some cooking games. Learn by playing with a few original recipes to help us live long and healthy lives.



Sophia’s Place

  Sophie Alexander is an aspiring Greek American musician who shares what songs inspire you. She has found a reason to live in the Ikarian Village community, a perfect place […]
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Sophia’s Pick – Music Portal is now online. Sophia’s Pick, the Ikarian Village community for sharing and learning about your favorite music and new artists. more


Anthony J. Papalas Rebels and Radicals Icaria, 1600-2000 2005

In the last decades of the 20th century the Icarians finally entered the modern but at a too rapid rate leaving the people unable to cope with some aspects of modernity. Anthony J. Papalas received his PhD from the University of Chicago. He is currently professor of history at East Carolina University. He also published Ancient Icaria (1992), among other books and articles.
Rebels and Radicals: Icaria, 1600-2000

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Kevin Andrews The Flight of Ikaros: Travels in Greece During the Civil War

In 1947, at the age of twenty-three, Kevin Andrews received a Fulbright Fellowship to study medieval fortresses in the Peloponnese. Andrews spent the long summers of 1948 to 1951 traveling through the region and the winters writing in Athens. This opportunity to travel through little-frequented areas during Greece’s postwar civil war—and before the advent of tourism, industrialization, or easy communications—brought Andrews into immediate contact with village populations, shepherd clans, and the paramilitary vigilantes who kept their own kind of order in the provinces, as well as with the displaced peasants of the Athenian slums. The close experience of all these lives took shape in The Flight of Ikaros, first published in 1959.

The Flight of Ikaros: Travels in Greece During the Civil War

arvanitakiEleftheria Arvanitaki (Ελευθερία Αρβανιτάκη) is a Greek folk singer. She originates from the island of Icaria. On 14 March 2010, Alpha TV ranked Arvanitaki the sixth top-certified female artist in the nation’s phonographic era (since 1960).
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