Petras

Petras (Greek: Πετράς) is the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan town on northeastern Crete.

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Petras Vileišis
... Petras Vileišis (January 25, 1851 – August 12, 1926) was a prominent Lithuanian engineer, political activist, and philanthropist ... Petras Vileišis established in 1904 the first legal Lithuanian-language daily newspaper Vilniaus žinios in Vilnius ... In 1926, while on vacation in Palanga, Petras Vileišis died, and was buried in Kaunas ...
Petras Vaitiekūnas
... Petras Vaitiekūnas (born 26 March 1953 in Liudvinavas, Marijampolė County) is a Lithuanian politician who was the Foreign Minister of Lithuania from 2006 to 2008 ... Petras Vaitiekūnas was a signatory to the Lithuanian declaration of independence in 1990 and a member of the Lithuanian Supreme Council from 1990 to 1992 ...
Petras - Archaeology
... Metaxia Tsipopoulou began excavations at Petras in 1985 ... Petras has a drainage system, double staircases, dadoes, frescoes and cut slab pavements ... Petras has yielded only one Linear A tablet from its archives so far, but a hieroglyphic archive was excavated in 1995 and 1996 ...
James Petras - Life and Work - Academic and Literature
... Petras received his B.A ... Petras is the author of more than 62 books published in 29 languages, and over 600 articles in professional journals, including the American ... Petras is currently a member of the editorial collective of Canadian Dimension and contributes to CounterPunch and Atlantic Free Press ...
Petras Vileišis Bridge
... Petras Vileišis Bridge formerly known as Vilijampolė Bridge is a bridge connecting Kaunas Old Town and Vilijampolė, Lithuania ... It was named after Petras Vileišis, an engineer from Interbellum Lithuania ...