“Timolaus the Syracusan”

GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F01-SF001-0070 (70)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F01-SF001-0070 (70)
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“Timolaus the Syracusan”
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34 x 21.2 cm

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Manuscript of the poem “Timolaus the Syracusan” and note on both sides of a sheet. Line numbering in the margin. The title has been underlined and there is a line in red ink at the end of the poem. On the verso, the note: “Published in the aig. imerologion of G. V. Tsokopoulos, 1895”. Cancellations and emendations. The main text has most likely been transcribed by Cavafy’s brother, Aristeidis Cavafy.

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Greek

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Notepaper. Black, blue and red ink; pencil. Watermark: Gouvernement Egyptien.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“Timolaus the Syracusan” >Α28

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The corrections have been made by C. P. Cavafy.

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