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Published by EPTALOFOS SA in Athens, Greece .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages370
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Open LibraryOL25423943M
ISBN 10ISBN 0-8155-5044-8

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Genre/Form: Dictionaries History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Davaras, Kōstēs. Guide to Cretan antiquities. Park Ridge, N.J.: Noyes Press, © Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Guide to Cretan Antiquities at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City Park Ridge, N.J. Donor bostonpubliclibrary EditionPages: Title: C. Davaras: Guide to Cretan Antiquities. Pp. xiv + ; figures, 7 maps. Park Ridge, New Jersey: Noyes Press, Cloth, $ AuthorAuthor: John Boardman.

Crete (Greece)->Antiquities: Books. 1 - 20 of 26 results this book explores many aspects of a rapidly changing Greek world. Detailed re-interpretation of archaeological View Product [ x ] close. Architecture of Ancient Greece. Chapter 4 of Brief. Brief guide to the history of architectural styles is a full-color illustrated edition of. History of Crete by Dr. Theocharis E. Detorakis. The book "History of Crete" is an indispensible companion to understanding the complicated history of history of Crete is driven by understanding the reaction of the Cretan people to invaders and the assimilation of . Covers in pages the historical development of Crete from the Early Bronze Age to Late Antiquity; written for a general audience. Davaras, Costis. Guide to Cretan antiquities. 2d ed. Athens, Greece:Eptalofos. E-mail Citation» Concise encyclopedia of Cretan history and archaeology; useful for a general audience. The ancient name Lefki (meaning white), was given by the glint of white limestone and marl in the sunlight. Koufonissi was an economic and cultural center from the Minoan until the Greco-Roman Times and was claimed by all major cities of the region.

A Guide to Cretan Food. By Diana Farr Louis. Like Matt, I used to think Western Crete with Chania was the most interesting and most beautiful part of the island but after I delved deeper in pursuit of recipes for my cookbook, I discovered I really loved just about all of Crete. • Knossos – A Complete Guide to the Palace of Minos by Anna Michailidou • Scripta Minoa by Arthur Evans • The Find of A Lifetime by Sylvia L. Horwitz • Crete - Its Past Present and People by Adam Hopkins • Uncommon Dominion by Sally McKee • Guide to Cretan Antiquities by Costis Davaras • History of Crete by Theocharis E Detorakis. If you’re heading to a Cretan restaurant while in Athens, you’ll find a few mainstays on the menu: dakos, a salad consisting of a hard barley rusk covered in diced tomatoes, soft mizithra cheese, oregano, capers and olives. There’s apaki, smoked and salted pork that can be eaten like charcuterie or ichta, a type of pasta specific to Crete, is usually served with local cheese. I am the co-owner of the company Cretan Tour Experts and active qualified guide in English, Greek and Italian. I have graduated from the Guides college of Mytilene – Lesvos and started working as a professional licensed guide on Rhodes, Kos and my birthplace Crete.