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August 27, 2006

Anaynostes Skalides statue in Plateia 1866


The statue of Anagnostes Skalides (Αναυνωστης Σκαλιδης) in Plateia 1866 is another one that I have not been able to find out anything about. Reading from the plinth he was a general and leader in Kissamos, but that is all I have been able to discover about him.

He must have been pretty important though, as one of the main streets that leads from Plateia 1866 is also named after him


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Skalidis was a great man... A small part of of his deeds you can find here (in Greek)...




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