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It is uncontroversial that the name of this historian in English is almost always spelled "Constantine Paparrigopoulos". The form "Paparregopoulos" is found as a transliteration, but is rarely used in running English text, as checked in Google Scholar and Google Books. --Macrakis 18:19, 23 October 2006 (UTC)
In Greece, Paparrigopoulos is often considered as the greatest historian of modern Greece, because he was the first who, in his History of the Greek Nation, regarded the history of Greece from the ancient years till nowadays as a unity, insisting on the continuity of the Greek nation.