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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F01-SF001-0036 (137)
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“The Death of the Emperor Tacitus”
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Printed sheet with the poem “The Death of the Emperor Tacitus” on one side. The handwritten chronological indication “1893 or 1894” by Cavafy at top right. On the verso, typographic border-ornament and “Alexandria 1898” inside it. It is accompanied by the same poem, handwritten on one side of a ruled sheet. Notes below the text. The handwritten poem is different from the printed one.
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Writing in ink and pencil. Watermarks: The New Mill SuperFine, Gouvernement Egyptien. Physical item wear: oxidation caused by metal paperclip.
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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“The Death of the Emperor Tacitus” >Α49
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