Thessalonica

  • (noun): A port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece.
    Synonyms: Thessaloniki, Salonika, Salonica

Some articles on thessalonica:

Massacre Of Thessalonica
... The Massacre of Thessalonica was massacre by Gothic troops under the Roman Emperor Theodosius I in 390 against the inhabitants of Thessalonica, who had risen in ... April 390, Butheric, a Gothic magister militum in command of Illyricum (which included Thessalonica), had a popular charioteer arrested for a homosexual offence (he tried to rape a male cupbearer) ... The army units sent to Thessalonica acted as if they had captured a hostile city and massacred several thousands of its inhabitants ...
Siege Of Varna (1201)
... Dorostolon Byzantine conquest of Bulgaria Trajan's Gates 1st Thessalonica Spercheios Skopje 2nd Thessalonica Kreta 3rd Thessalonica Kleidion Strumitsa Bitola Setina ...
Siege Of Adrianople (813)
... conquest of Bulgaria Trajan's Gates 1st Thessalonica Spercheios Skopje 2nd Thessalonica Kreta 3rd Thessalonica Kleidion Strumitsa Bitola Setina Dyrrhachium Uprising of Peter Delyan 4th ...
List Of Macedonians (Greek) - Byzantine - Scholars
... Macedonius of Thessalonica (the Consul) (6th century.) Epigrammatist of Greek Anthology John Kaminiates (904) Historian on the sack of Thessalonica by the Saracens Theodora of Arta, (Servia. 1385) Jurist John Anagnostes(1430) Historian on the capture of Thessalonica by the Ottomans Theodorus Gaza (c ...
List Of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones In The 13th Century - Thessalonica
... Theodore Komnenos Doukas, Emperor of Thessalonica 1224 to 1230, died c. 1253 ...