Diary notes by Cavafy

GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S02-F24-0002 (475)
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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-SF02-S02-F24-0002 (475)
TITLE:
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Diary notes by Cavafy
DATE(S):
Identifies the date of creation of the unit of description.
[6/9/1905-9/9/1905]
LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
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Item
EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
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34.2 x 21.5 cm

FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
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CONTEXT AREA

NAME OF CREATOR(S):
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CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA

SCOPE AND CONTENT:
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A series of handwritten texts recording in the form of a diary (6/9/1905 to 9/9/1905) Cavafy’s visit to Athens, due to the illness of his brother, Alexandros. Written in Greek and English in two double sheet notepapers and in three sheets with numbered pages (3, 5, 6, 7); text on all sides except for the one double sheet notepaper which only bears notes on the recto and verso of the first sheet. Cancellations and emendations. Use of abbreviations in some cases.

CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA

LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
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Greek, English

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Double sheet notepaper. Black ink and pencil. Watermark: Gouvernement Egyptien. Physical item wear: oxidations; small hole in part of the item; tears in parts of the paper.

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