Note by Cavafy

GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S03-F11-0011 (284)
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DIGITAL OBJECT DESCRIPTION

IDENTITY AREA

REFERENCE CODE:
Records the unique identifier that has been appointed to the unit of description by the archivists, in order to facilitate references made to the fonds on an international level.
GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S03-F11-0011 (284)
TITLE:
Records the name of the unit of description.
Note by Cavafy
DATE(S):
Identifies the date of creation of the unit of description.
July 1911
LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
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Item
EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
Records the extent of the unit of description. In case of an item description, it records the exact dimensions of the item.

21.5 x 17 cm

FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
Records the former identifier of the item as given by the Historical G. P. Savvidis Catalogue.

CONTEXT AREA

NAME OF CREATOR(S):
Identifies the author or the creator of the unit of description.

CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA

SCOPE AND CONTENT:
Provides a summary of the scope (such as, time periods, geography) and content of the unit of description.

Handwritten note on one side of a sheet with bibliographical reference and extensive use of abbreviations. Date at bottom right, repeated below a short note at the lowest part of the recto. The initials “P. Ps.” are also noted.

CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA

CONDITIONS GOVERNING REPRODUCTION:
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LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
Identifies the language(s) and script(s) employed in the unit of description.

Greek

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Writing in pencil. Watermark: Gouvernement Egyptien.

NOTES AREA

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
Literary annotation, providing additional information on the digital object.

Cavafy argues against two philosophical papers, the authors of which support the idea that life is vain: Petroula Psiloriti, “Aisthitika seimiomata”; and D. Zachariadis, “I theoria tou aioniou gyrismou kai i idea tou chronou”, both in Grammata, 4-5 (May-June 1911), 103-109, 155-160, respectively.

ACCESS POINTS

Key-words aiming to facilitate search within the fonds.
SUBJECTS:
Journals:

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