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Εκείνος Κι Εκείνος - Daskalogiannis - Netflix
Ioannis Vlachos (Greek: Ιωάννης Βλάχος), better known as Daskalogiannis (Δασκαλογιάννης; 1722/30 – June 17, 1771) was a wealthy shipbuilder and shipowner who led a Cretan revolt against Ottoman rule in the 18th century.
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Daskalogiannis was immortalized in several folk tales and songs, the most prominent of which is the celebrated epic ballad by Barba-Pantzelios, a poor cheese-maker from Mouri - To tragoudi tou Daskalogianni of 1786: …Φτάνουν στο Φραγκοκάστελο και στον πασά ποσώνου, κι εκείνος δούδει τ' όρντινο κι ευτύς τσοι ξαρματώνου. Ούλους τσοι ξαρματώσασι και τσοι μπισταγκωνίζου και τότες δα το νιώσασι πως δεν ξαναγυρίζου. ...They arrive at Frangokastello and surrender to the pasha, and he gives the order to disarm them at once. All of them were disarmed and ill at ease, for now they sensed that they would never go home. The war dance Pentozalis: The tradition says that before Daskalogiannis and his few men give the last battle against Ottomans danced Pentozali. The international airport of Chania (CHQ/LGSA) bears Daskalogiannis' name. A memorial statue can be seen in his hometown Anopolis. One of the regular ferries in the Crete southeast routes is named the Daskalogiannis.
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