Lower-case "ι", is a simple mark for a simple sound. In English "short i" is hard for many non-English-speakers to learn to say. The letter is the smallest in Greek, was cited in the New Testament ("not a jot..."), and actually became the word "jot".

"I" Letter in mathematics and in sc...

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is about Greek iota. For Latin iota, see ɩ. For Cyrillic Iota, see Iota (Cyrillic). For other uses, see Iota (disambiguation). Iota (uppercase Ι, lowercase

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Constantine I

Constantine I

Constantine I or Constantine the Great was a Roman Emperor.

His real name was Flavius Valerius Constantinus and he was born in the city of Naissus, in modern Serbia, around 272 AD. His father, Constantius, was a Roman army officer, and his mother, Helena, was of low social standing...

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article is about Constantine as an Emperor. For St. Constantine as a Saint, see Constantine the Great and Christianity. "Constantine I" redirects here

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Nikolaos Plastiras

Nikolaos Plastiras

Nikolaos Plastiras was a Greek army official and politician. He was known for his military activities during the Balkan Wars and the Greco – Turkish War of 1919.

He was born in a town near Karditsa in 1883. After completing his secondary studies, he volunteered at the army in 190...

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Nikolaos Plastiras (Greek: Νικόλαος Πλαστήρας) (November 4, 1883 – July 26, 1953) was a Greek general and politician, who served thrice as Prime Minister

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The letter "λ" came from the Semitic alphabet, where it always had the shape of an angle, but its orientation varied. Sometimes the "L"'s would even indicate whether the line was to be read right-to-left or left-to-right. The Greeks used the letter with the angle pointing up. It was turned on i...

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Art (LAMDA) is a leading British drama school situated in the west of London, United Kingdom. Having celebrated its 150th Anniversary in 2011, LAMDA is

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The letter "s" came from the Semitic alphabet, where it was once shaped like latin "W". (The Hebrew "shin", familiar to most people from Jewish religious objects, is the same letter.) The letter was turned to make the classical Greek "sigma". The Greek "sigma" in turn was altered slightly as lati...

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For other uses, see Sigma (disambiguation). Sigma (upper-case Σ, lower-case σ, lower-case in word-final position ς; Greek σίγμα) is the eighteenth letter

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