List of Macedonians (Greek)

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This is a list of Macedonians.

For the people of ancient Macedonia see List of ancient Macedonians. For other uses, see Lists of Macedonians.

Ancient[edit]

See List of ancient Macedonians.

Roman[edit]

Also see Macedonia (Roman province)#Citizens

Byzantine[edit]

Rulers[edit]

Clerics[edit]

Scholars[edit]

Artists[edit]

Early Modern[edit]

Scholars[edit]

Benefactors[edit]

Explorers[edit]

Clerics[edit]

Revolutionaries[edit]

Greek War of Independence (1821 and before)[edit]

Northern Greece revolts (1854 and 1878)[edit]

Macedonian Struggle (1903 to 1908)[edit]

Other famous[edit]

Contemporary[edit]

Architects[edit]

  • Stamatis Kleanthes (1802–1862)
  • Lysandros Kaftantzoglou (1811–1885)
  • Aristotelis Zachos (1871–1939)
  • Alexander Dragoumis (1891–1977)

Athletes[edit]

Greek-Macedonian-Australian * Mark Philippoussis – tennis player

Archery[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Chess[edit]

Cycling[edit]

  • Kleanthis Bargas (born 1978)[2]

Football[edit]

Handball[edit]

  • Dimitris Tzimourtos (born 1981)[4]

Swimming[edit]

  • Elisavet Makaritou (born 1991)

Track and field[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

  • Kostas Christofidelis (born 1977)[5]

Weightlifting[edit]

  • Giannis Tsintsaris (born 1962)[6]

Wrestling[edit]

  • Apostolos Taskoudis (born 1985)[7]

Presidents of Greece[edit]

Prime Ministers of Greece[edit]

Presidents of Greek parliament[edit]

Politicians[edit]

First Ladies[edit]

Journalists[edit]

  • Ioannis Vellidis, founder of Makedonia (newspaper) in 1911
  • Nikolaos Mertzos (born 1936) founder of the magazine Makedoniki Zoi (Macedonian Life) in 1966
  • Kostas Bliatkas (born 1957)
  • Vicky Hadjivassiliou
  • Rania Thraskia

Writers[edit]

  • Zoi Karelli (1901–1998)
  • George Vafopoulos (1903–1996), born in Gevgeli, now in the Republic of Macedonia[12]
  • Dimitrios St. Dimou(1904–1990),[13]
  • Pavlos Papasiopis (1906–1977),[14]
  • Nikos Gabriel Pentzikis (1908–1993),[15]
  • Anthoula Stathopoulou (1909–1935)
  • George Stogiannidis (1912–1994)
  • Anthos Philitas (1920–1997)
  • Kleitos Kyrou (1921–2006),[16]
  • Panos Thasitis (born 1923)
  • Yorgos Ioannou (1927–1985)
  • Nikos Bakolas (1927–1999),[17][18]
  • Dinos Christianopoulos(born 1931),[19]
  • Nikos Alexis Aslanoglou (1931–1996),[20]
  • Markos Meskos (born 1935)
  • Vassilis Vassilikos (born 1934)
  • Giorgos Chimonas (1936 or 1939–2000)
  • Anestis Evangelou (1937–1994)
  • Kostas Zouraris (born 1940)
  • Demetris Th. Gotsis (born 1945)
  • Nasos Vagenas (born 1945)

Actors[edit]

Filmmakers[edit]

Scientists[edit]

  • Antonis Volanis(born 1948), industrial designer
  • Dr. Kostas Kosmatopoulos (born 1950),[24] bio-researcher
  • Markos Papageorgiou (born 1953)[25] electrical engineer
  • Maria Spiropulu (born 1970) experimental physicist at CERN
  • Sotiris Malassiotis (born 1971),[26] researcher in informatics & telematics
  • John Hadjidemetriou (born 1937),[27] astrophysicist
  • Kostas E. Psannis (born 1974),[28] computer engineer
  • Panagiotis Spyrou,Ηeart surgeon
  • Dimitrios Maronitis,[29] classical scholar
  • Evangelos Kofos,historian
  • A.Phivos Christidis (1946–2004),[30] linguist

Entrepreneurs[edit]

  • Ioannis Boutaris (politician also)

Singers[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Dimitrios Lalas (1844–1911) born in Megarovo, now in the Republic of Macedonia, pianist, composer
  • Emilios Riadis(1880–1935)pianist, composer
  • Dimitris Semsis (1883–1950), alias Salonikios, born in Stromnitsa[37]
  • Dionysis Savvopoulos (born December 2, 1944), composer, lyricist and singer.
  • Argyris Bakirtzis (born 1947)
  • Nikolas Asimos (1949–1988) counter-culture rock artist
  • Nikos Ziogalas (born 1953)
  • Sokratis Malamas (born 1957)
  • Giannis Aggelakas, (born 1959) singer and leader of rock band Trypes
  • Marianthi and Sophie, founders of synthopop band Marsheaux
  • Zak Stefanou (born 1984)

Models[edit]

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