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Ma·kar·i·os III

 (mə-kăr′ē-əs, -ōs′, mä-kä′rē-ôs) Originally Mikhail Khristodolou Mouskos. 1913-1977.
Cypriot prelate and politician. Archbishop of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus (1950-1977), he supported the political unification of Cyprus and Greece and was the first president of independent Cyprus (1959-1977).

Makarios III

(məˈkɑːrɪˌɒs)
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(Biography) original name Mikhail Christodoulou Mouskos. 1913–77, Cypriot archbishop, patriarch, and statesman; first president of the republic of Cyprus (1960–74; 1974–77)
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Noun1.Makarios III - Greek Orthodox bishop and archbishop of Cyprus and the first president of independent Cyprus (1913-1977)
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1956: Britain deported Archbishop Makarios from Cyprus for "actively fostering terrorism".
A 12-hour work stoppage planned by hourly-paid workers at Nicosia's Archbishop Makarios III hospital was called off on Thursday following the intervention of Health Minister Giorgos Pamboridis.
The site of the intersection is near Archbishop Makarios Road.
India-Cyprus relationship is pinned on the foundation of ideological commonalities of our founding fathers Mahatma Gandhi and Archbishop Makarios.
1959: Archbishop Makarios was voted the first president of the future republic of Cyprus.
EVENTS 1956: Greek Cypriots demonstrate and strike after Britain arrests and deports Archbishop Makarios.
1956: Britain deported Archbishop Makarios (pictured) from Cyprus for ''actively fostering terrorism'' .
President Anastasiades was expected to attend yesterday morning a memorial service for the first President of Cyprus, Archbishop Makarios III, who died on August 3, 1977.
When Cyprus gained independence, Archbishop Makarios didn't want Enosis (union with Greece) which was one of the objectives of the independence war.
Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus, Anti-Christ of the post-war years, transformed into moderate leader of his country.
1956: Britain deported Archbishop Makarios |from Cyprus for "actively fostering terrorism".
Dressed in a grey suit and a blue stripped shirt, Prince Charles' first stop was St Isc and St George Greek Orthodox Church where he was met by Archbishop Makarios Mavrogiannakis.