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Mentildalo, Athena  - Greek Wedding mp3 download Performer: Mentildalo
Album: Greek Wedding
Released: 2007
Size MP3: 1410 mb.
Size FLAC: 1728 mb.
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Mentildalo, Athena (18) ‎– Greek Wedding. Label: Big Blue Records ‎– 8483415. Ta Koritsia Tis Kritis. Kalimera Mathia Mou. 11. –Mentildalo.

Mentildalo, Athena (18) - Greek Wedding ‎(CD, Comp).

Tie The Knot Tunes Presents: Greek Wedding Songs is a English album released on Jun 2013. Tie The Knot Tunes Presents: Greek Wedding Songs Album has 14 songs sung by Flery Dandonaki, Mentildalo, Stellios Keromytis. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Tie The Knot Tunes Presents: Greek Wedding Songs songs on Gaana.

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Athena or Athene, often given the epithet Pallas, is an ancient Greek goddess associated with wisdom, handicraft, and warfare, who was later syncretized with the Roman goddess Minerva. Athena was regarded as the patron and protectress of various cities across Greece, particularly the city of Athens, from which she most likely received her name. She is usually shown in art wearing a helmet and holding a spear. Her major symbols include owls, olive trees, snakes, and the Gorgoneion.

The wedding day, called the gamos began with a nuptial bath in the women’s quarters. Water was brought from the river and carried in a vase. This crown signified the escape of man from the wildness of nature to the civilization offered by Greek culture. The bride was given a grill for the toasting of barley, a pestle that was designed to hang in front of the wedding chamber, a sieve, and different grains. All these symbols represented the connections among fertility, social life, and agriculture.

In Greek Goddess Athena is called Athená, so the only difference between the greek name of the goddess and the name of the city of Athens is the intonation. The patron deity of the city of Athens was also the creator of the olive tree and desire for peace. Goddess Athena was admired all over Greece, but her timeless home has always been Athens. The Greek myths and stories related to Athena are endless, charming and intriguing. But more than that, they are fascinating and sometimes funny, since the ancient Greeks were not deprived of wittiness and humor. Athena protected and helped Perseus in his impossible task, to kill the Gordon Medusa.


1 Mentildalo Zorba's Dance
2 Athena Oniro Demeno
3 Athena To Syrtaki Tou Yorgou
4 Athena Ta Koritsia Tis Kritis
5 Mentildalo Vraho Vraho
6 Mentildalo Otan Simanoun
7 Mentildalo Fragossyriani
8 Athena Agabi Kai Alithia
9 Athena Ilios Proinos
10 Athena Kalimera Mathia Mou
11 Mentildalo Matia Vourkomena
12 Mentildalo Safti Gitonia
13 Athena Chronia 1821
14 Athena To Dilino
15 Athena Syrtaki Dance
16 Mentildalo To Palikari Echi Kaimo
17 Mentildalo Sto Perighiali

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