Chronological table of poems 1891-1925

GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F03-SF001-0008 (144)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F03-SF001-0008 (144)
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Chronological table of poems 1891-1925
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Handwritten chronological table containing poems of the period August 1891 – 1925 period, in five loose double sheet notepapers. The right half of the blank second sheet of the fourth notepaper has been cut off. The last page of the fifth notepaper is blank.

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Double sheet notepaper. Writing in black ink.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
Reference to the works of C. P. Cavafy that are directly related to the described digital object, followed by their number of entry in the C. P. Cavafy Bibliography (ed. by D. Daskalopoulos).

“Timolaus the Syracusan” >Α28
“A Great Procession of Priests and Laymen” >Α357
“Pelasgian Image” >Α524
“The Mimiambs of Herodas” >Α524
“Alexandrian Merchant” >Α524
“The Lagid’s Hospitality” >Α524
“In the Cemetery” >Α524
“Priam’s March by Night” >Α524
“Epitaph” >Α524
“He Who Fails” >Α524
“The City” >Α107
“Dread >Α524
“In the House of the Soul” >Α423
“An Old Man” >Α54
“[Rain]” >Α524
“The First Step” >Α62
“Chandelier” >Α137
“In the Presence of the Statue of Endymion” >Α581
“To the Moon” >Α37
“Oedipus” >Α38
“But Wise Men Apprehend What Is Imminent” >Α385
“Ode and Elegy of the Streets” >Α40
“Confusion” >Α524
“Salome” >Α524
“The Horses of Achilles” >Α54
“Prayer” >Α55
“Walls” >Α50
“Julian at the Mysteries” >Α524
“Addition” >Α426
“The Tarantines Have Their Fun” >Α57
“The Windows” >Α75
“Garlands” >Α524
“Lohengrin” >Α524
“Suspicion” >Α524
“Monotony” >Α98
“Old Men’s Souls” >Α68
“That Is He” >Α104
“Aemilian Son of Monaës, an Alexandrian, 628-655 A.D.” >Α162
“Waiting for the Barbarians” >Α84
“The Intervention of the Gods” >Α428
“One of Their Gods” >Α160
“Che fece… il gran rifiuto” >Α67
“King Claudius” >Α524
“When the Watchman Saw the Light” >Α524
“Interruption” >Α70
“Trojans” >Α87
“The Enemies” >Α524
“Thermopylae” >Α19
“Artificial Flowers” >Α427
“Theophilus Palaeologus” >Α524
“Betrayal” >Α78
“The Retinue of Dionysus” >Α93
“Sculptor from Tyana” >Α114
“Voices” >Α79
“September of 1903” >Α524
“January of 1904” >Α524
“The Photograph” >Α618
“Orophernes” >Α142
“On the Stairs” >Α524
“In the Theatre” >Α524
“In the Entrance of the Café” >Α152
“Longings” >Α85
“Manuel Comnenus” >Α142
“I Went” >Α133
“Song of Ionia” >Α46
“The Satrapy” >Α108
“As Much As You Can” >Α133
“He Swears” >Α195
“Displeased Theatregoer” >Α524
“Ides of March” >Α111
“In the Church” >Α227
“Philhellene” >Α127
“Poseidonians” >Α524
“One Night” >Α141
“The Window of the Tobacco Shop” >Α249
“27 June 1906, 2 P.M.” >Α494
“Hidden” >Α480
“The Funeral of Sarpedon” >Α58, Α100
“The Steps” >Α106
“Days of 1903” >Α160
“Come Back” >Α131
“The Seleucid’s Displeasure” >Α142
“Finished” >Α112
“If Indeed He Died” >Α171
“Ithaca” >Α122
“The God Abandons Antony” >Α116
“The Tomb of Lysias the Grammarian” >Α135
“The Glory of the Ptolemies” >Α121
“Theodotus” >Α138
“I’ve Gazed So Much-” >Α147
“Demaratus” >Α192
“Herodes Atiicus” >Α125
“Very Rarely” >Α132
“Tomb of Eurion” >Α135
“Alexandrian Kings” >Α129
“Maker of Wine Bowls” >Α581
“Of the Jews (50 A.D.)” >Α165
“In Stock” >Α133
“The Rest Shall I Tell in Hades to Those Below” >Α524
“To Pleasure” >Α164
“The Battle of Magnesia” >Α142
“Cimon Son of Learchus, 22 Years Old, Teacher of Greek Letters (in Cyrene)” >Α581
“Passage” >Α160
“Far Off” >Α152
“Homecoming from Greece” >Α524
“Painted” >Α141
“Fugitives” >Α524
“Caesarion” >Α160
“Comprehension” >Α153
“Of Demetrius Soter (162-150 B.C.)” >Α167
“Envoys from Alexandria” >Α162
“Their Beginnings” >Α201
“For Ammon, Who Died at 29 Years of Age, in 610” >Α160
“And I Got Down and I Lay in Their Beds” >Α524
“Imenus” >Α165
“Nero’s Deadline” >Α158
“In Evening” >Α152
“Tomb of Ignatius” >Α160
“Remember, Body…” >Α153
«Στα 200 π.Χ.» >Α385
“Favour of Alexander Balas” >Α181
“In a City of Osrhoene” >Α152
“Aristobulus” >Α159
“Tomb of Lanes” >Α153
“Half An Hour” >Α524
“Gray” >Α147
“House with Garden” >Α524
“In the Month of Hathor” >Α147
“Tomb of Iases” >Α147
“In 31 B.C. in Alexandria” >Α234
“Darius” >Α344
“A Great Feast at the House of Sosibius” >Α524
“Simeon” >Α524
“Below the House” >Α163
“Anna Comnena” >Α241
“Safe Haven”>Α159
“Since Nine” >Α162
“The Next Table” >Α163
“To Stay” >Α232
“The Bandaged Shoulder” >Α524
“The 25th Year of His Life” >Α259
“Melancholy of Jason, Son of Cleander: Poet in Commagene: 595 A.D.” >Α191
“The Afternoon Sun” >Α164
“Imenus” >Α165
“Aboard the Ship” >Α179
“Young Men of Sidon (400 A.D.)” >Α171
“Coins” >Α524
“It Was Taken” >Α524
“Byzantine Noble, in Exile, Versifying” >Α179
“Days of 1908” >Α378
“I Brought to Art” >Α181
“From the School of the Renowned Philosopher” >Α191
“Those Who Fought on Behalf of the Achaean League” >Α222
“For Antiochus Epiphanes” >Α364
“From the Drawer” >Α524
“In Despair” >Α581
“Julian, Seeing Indifference” >Α386
“Days of 1896” >Α301
“Julian in Nicomedia” >Α225
“Before Time Could Alter Them” >Α225
“He Came to Read-” >Α234
“In the Boring Village” >Α309
“Apollonius of Tyana in Rhodes” >Α281

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