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The manuscript of the poem "Thermopyles" by Constantine P. Miss You Dad, Greek Language, Greek Culture, Human Dignity, Greek Quotes, Screenwriting, Book Art, Me Quotes, Literature

Thermopyles - Constantine P. Cavafy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Constantine P. Cavafy Facsimile lithograph of the poem "Waiting for the Barbarians". Gift of Stratis Tsirkas. Barbarian, Writers, Poems, Waiting, Gifts, Presents, Sign Writer, Poetry, Verses

Constantine P. Cavafy (1863-1933). Facsimile lithograph of the poem "Waiting for the Barbarians". Gift of Stratis Tsirkas. Photo Makis Skiadaressis

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My favourite poem from my favourite poet. Kavafis. Anagnorismena

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Twee vertalingen zijn er van alle gedichten van Kaváfis uit het Nieuwgrieks naar het Nederlands. In mijn bezit is die van Hans Warren en Mario Molegraaf uit de jaren tachtig; een tweetalige …

Today, more than newly digitised archival documents are available to everyone as part of the Cavafy Archive’s digital collection.

Cavafy Archive – AN ARCHIVE OPEN TO ALL – Onassis Foundation

Today, more than 2,000 newly digitised archival documents are available to everyone as part of the Cavafy Archive’s digital collection.

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Αρχείο Καβάφη – Ένα αρχείο ανοιχτό σε όλους – Ίδρυμα Ωνάση

Περισσότερα από 2.000 αρχειακά τεκμήρια έχουν ψηφιοποιηθεί και είναι πλέον διαθέσιμα σε όλους στην ψηφιακή συλλογή του Αρχείου Καβάφη.

Constantine P. Cavafy born in Alexandria, Egypt, to Greek parents on April 1863 – April

Horses of Achilles by Constantine P. Cavafy (Two Translations)

Horses of Achilles (Two Translations) When they saw Patroklos dead —so brave and strong, so young— the horses of Achilles began to weep; their immortal nature was upset deeply by this work of death they had to look at. They reared their heads, tossed their long manes, beat the ground with their hooves, and mourned Patroklos, seeing him lifeless, destroyed, now mere flesh only, his spirit gone, defenseless, without breath, turned back from life to the great Nothingness. Zeus saw the tears of…