Sotiria Aliberty (Greek: Σωτηρία Αλιμπερτι (1847–1929) was a Greek feminist and educator who founded the first Greek women's association, Ergani Athena (Greek: Εργανη Αθήνα). JS Uglow, F Hinton. The International Dictionary of Women's Biography. Continuum International Publishing Group, 1989. ISBN 978-0826404176
She founded a school for girls in Romania and wrote biographical sketches of notable Greek women for Women's Newspaper of Athens. In 1893 she returned to Athens where she founded Ergani Athena and became editor of the literary journal Pleiades.
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^ Jennifer S. Uglow, Frances Hinton, Maggy Hendry (ed.), The Northeastern dictionary of women's biography (3rd edition), UPNE, 1999, ISBN 155553421X, p.13
JS Uglow, F Hinton. The International Dictionary of Women's Biography. Continuum International Publishing Group, 1989. ISBN 978-0826404176
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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