Ακροκόρινθος το σπουδαίο κάστρο της αρχαιότητας

Ακροκόρινθος το σπουδαίο κάστρο της αρχαιότητας

Ακροκόρινθος το σπουδαίο κάστρο της αρχαιότητας. Acrocorinth Castle Drone as DJI Mavic 4K. Acrocorinth was first fortified by Cypress and his son Tyrant Periandros in the 7th-6th century BC. and slowly developed into Acropolis. The Macedonians in the 4th century BC they repaired and fortified the walls. In 146 BC Roman general Lefkios Mommios Achaicus destroyed Corinth and its Acropolis, officially occupying Greece. Julius Caesar repairs the castle in 44 BC. Another repair takes place in the 6th century by Justinian and some additions are observed up to the 12th century. In 1210 the castle is occupied by the Franks and Leo Sgouros's suicide bomber jumps off the walls. The Franks are doing a lot of repairs. Acrocorinth subsequently changed ownership. He was consecutively granted to the Latin rulers Ioannis of Gravina and Nikolos Atsagioli. In 1395 it was occupied by Theodore Palaiologos, who sold it - for economic reasons - to the Knights of Ioannina, who held it until 1404, when he returned to Theodore's hands. In 1458 Muhammad II the Conqueror occupied the castle defended by the Byzantine Matthew Asan. In 1687 the castle falls into the hands of the Venetians who repair it and give it its present form. A few years later, in 1715, the Turks besieged Acrocorinth and occupied it. The castle remained in them until 1821 when it passed to the Greek fighters until July 1822 when Dramalis recaptured it, having been previously abandoned by its defenders. But after the disaster at the Battle of Dervenacia, he returned to Acrocorinth, where he died a few months later of wiping out. In the beginning of 1823, for the third time, the siege of the Acrocorinth begins by the Greek revolutionary forces. The National Assembly of Astros appoints Corinthian siege leader John Sot. Notary. In June comes Palamidi's comrade and keeper, Staikos Staikopoulos, and in October, to further press things, he is appointed by the Executive and Gennaios Kolokotronis. When all hope of escape or salvation from outside for the incarcerated had been ruled out, a Turkish Acrocorinth official, Halil-Agas, made proposals for the castle's surrender. The main reason was to surrender to Theodore Kolokotronis, because only he was considered "basal", able to keep his word and not to slaughter the prisoners. After stubborn negotiations, Guards Abdulah Bey and Theodore Kolokotronis came to an agreement. The treaty of surrender was signed on October 19, 1823, but the Turks left the Castle on October 26, because in the meantime there was an inventory of things to come to the Greeks. Παραγωγη .VIDEO. Drone as DJI Mavic. Kάντε εγγραφή στο κανάλι μας και παρακολουθήστε τα βιντεάκια μας ταξιδεύοντας σε όλη την Ελλάδα Greece. Travel.🇬🇷🇬🇷🇬🇷🇬🇷📽🎬
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