Pammachon Martial Arts - Publications


61gi7b9BBL._SY380_.jpg The first complete guide to this ancient Greek form of divination... Read More
Pammachon_Martial_At_of_the_West.jpg From ancient times through to the Second World War, martial arts were practiced in Greece. Long before Bodhidharma travelled to the Shaolin Temple or the celebrated Samurai of Japan even existed, the warriors of ancient Greece achieved legendary status on the battlefield. Read More
martial_ancient.jpg The Martial Arts of Ancient Greece. Modern Fighting Techniques from the Age of Alexander (with Nektarios Lykiardopoulos), Inner Traditions International, 2008.
PT_arxaia_small.jpg Πολεμικές Τέχνες στην Αρχαία Ελλάδα και τη Μεσόγειο (με τον Νεκτάριο Λυκιαρδόπουλο),  Έσοπτρον, 2005.
Neikung, Secret Teachings of the Warrior Sages, Inner Traditions International, 2001.
The Magus of Java, Inner Traditions International, 2000.
arxontas_small.jpg Ο Άρχοντας των Κεραυνών, Κέδρος, 2001.
Aples_texnikes_small.jpg Νινζουτσου, Απλές Τεχνικές, Δυναμικές Εκδόσεις, 1987.

Musha Shugyο, ιδιωτική δημοσίευση, γράφτηκε 1989, δημοσίευση 1991.

Institute of Traditional Martial Arts

Pammachon has been formally recognised by the Institute of Traditional Martial Arts, an association housed in the Department of Health, Exercise and Sports Sciences (College of Education) at the University of New Mexico, and working to promote the growth, development, dissemination of knowledge, and preservation of cultural heritage of the traditional martial arts, both locally and globally.

History of Pammachon

Since 1999 Kostas Dervenis has used the term “pammachon” (πάμμαχον) for both the martial arts and the warrior’s path expressed through these arts...

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