1950’s, Greek Photo Book, Ancient Delphi, Greece

50.00

Delphi ( Greek: Δελφοί) in legend previously called Pytho (Πυθώ), was an ancient sacred precinct and the seat of Pythia, the major oracle who was consulted about important decisions throughout the ancient classical world. The ancient Greeks considered the centre of the world to be in Delphi, marked by the stone monument known as the Omphalos (navel) of Delphi.

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Δελφοί

Delphi

Published by M. Pechlivanidis and Cia in Athens in the 50’s

 

Original Soft Cover

16 Pages of Text by Georgia Tarsouli

80 Pages Pictures of all the Islands

2 Pages Content

There are various photographers involved

24cm x 18cm (approx. 9,5inch. x 7inch.)

First Edition

Lithographic Frontpage

 

Georgia Tarsouli (1916 – 1986) was a Greek journalist and writer. She was born in Athens. She mainly dealt with children’s books and was an editor for the magazine Diaplasi ton Paedon. Her best known children’s books were the ‘I Was There Too’ book series written in the 1960s.

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Languages

Greek

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