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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S03-F11-0053 (295)
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Note by Cavafy
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EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
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FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
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Handwritten note on three pieces of paper. The third one is numbered at top right of the recto. Blank verso. Citation and reference to the mythological figures of Thetis and Peleus.
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CONDITIONS GOVERNING REPRODUCTION:
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Literary annotation, providing additional information on the digital object.
Reference to: Ilias I. Oikonomopoulos, Mythologia tis Archaias Elladas, Athens, Fexis, 1896.
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