“I mpogada”, “I Keratsa”

GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S02-F25-SF008-0006 (1543)
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DIGITAL OBJECT DESCRIPTION

IDENTITY AREA

REFERENCE CODE:
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GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S02-F25-SF008-0006 (1543)
TITLE:
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“I mpogada”, “I Keratsa”
DATE(S):
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n.d.
LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
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Item
EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
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20.5 x 15 cm

FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
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CONTEXT AREA

NAME OF CREATOR(S):
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CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA

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Handwritten rhymed text in six parts, entitled “I mpogada”, by P. Cavafy”. It occupies 11 pages of a homemade sixteen-page booklet sewn with thread. On the eleventh page another rhymed text starts, entitled “I Keratsa”, which continues on another four pages. At the end of the text, is its creator’s name, “Il[ias] Tantalidis”. The last two pages of the booklet are blank. It is accompanied by a twelve-page school notebook. They are all occupied by the rhymed text “I mpogada”, with the name P. Cavafy underneath the title, on the first page and at the end of the text, on the last one. The two booklets are placed in a handmade folder of paperboard.

CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA

LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
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Greek

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Writing in ink. Physical item wear: oxidations, tears and holes.

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