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submitted by KCA Admin on 31.12.2014

New Year greetings and thanks from the Kythera Library and the Kythera Cultural Association

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submitted by KCA Admin on 28.11.2014

AN IMPORTANT GIFT TO THE KYTHERA LIBRARY FROM ARCHAEOLOGIST EFY SAKELLARAKI

The densely illustrated five volumes which are the official scientific record of the excavation at Agios Georgios.

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submitted by KCA Admin on 10.11.2014

Olive, the Blessed Tree: a new open submission photographic exhibition

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submitted by KCA Admin on 07.11.2014

Kythera Photographic Encounters featured in digital magazine

The latest issue of the digital photography magazine wip (Work In Progress), entirely devoted to the this year’s Kythera Photographic Encounters. You can download the biligual 30 MB .pdf file from wip’s internet page at http://www.wip.gr/.

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 22.10.2014

Carol Burnham, Author of The Caver

Carol Burnham; Author of The Caver

Available on amazon.com and bookpassages.com

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 22.10.2014

The Caver

In The Caver, Claire, an American writer, returns to the island of Kithera, “for answers,” but certainty is difficult in the land of myth and “trickster” light. Even her new tutor, who possesses a "strange consonance" with the island, becomes for her, an object of intrigue. When an amiable new neighbour extends an invitation on the day they meet, Claire declines, indicating that she needs to be alone for a while, but subsequently is persuaded to attend a dinner party. There she meets George, ...

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 25.09.2014

Fanari Moudariou

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 18.09.2014

Divers Revisit Antikythera Mechanism Wreck

The Fox Gazette

October 5, 2012 BY ANDY

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The remains the Antikythera mechanism, a device of up to 40 cogs and gears that the ancient Greeks used to track the cycles of the solar system. Photograph: X-Tek Group/AFP

Over 2000 years ago, a Roman vessel ladened with stolen Greek treasure sank near the Greek island of Antikythera. Many years later, in 1900, sponge divers hauled up a piece of the cargo now known as the Antikythera mechanism, ...

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 18.09.2014

Revolutionary diving suit to be used at site of 'world's oldest computer' find

Exosuit will enable divers to reach double normal depths during return expedition to wreck that yielded Antikythera mechanism

Agence France-Presse in Athens
theguardian.com, Monday 15 September 2014

Photograph: A reconstruction of Antikythera mechanism. Photograph: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images

Archaeologists began using a revolutionary new deep-sea diving suit on Monday to explore the ancient shipwreck where one of the most remarkable scientific ...

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submitted by KCA Admin on 16.09.2014

Kythera Photographic Encounters 2014

Kythera Photographic Encounters 2014 featured in Fotografos magazine, September 2014.

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submitted by KCA Admin on 16.09.2014

Kythera Photographic Encounters 201

Kythera Photographic Encounters 2014 featured in Fotografos magazine, September 2014.

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 22.08.2014

Mick Georgas Gunnedah 1955

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.08.2014

Gerakari Property 4

"ANASSA" - in Greek, meaning, a sharp intake of breath. This being the effect of all upon first entering this much loved home.

Villa Anassa: a unique stone built home of 207m2 with a further cottage of 40m2 on a plot of approximately 4.000m2 situated on the enchanted island of Kythera in the quiet hilltop village of Gerakari at the edge of a forest.

The property is designed and built with a high aesthetic regard and rigorous design integrity with great attention to ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.08.2014

Gerakari Property 3

"ANASSA" - in Greek, meaning, a sharp intake of breath. This being the effect of all upon first entering this much loved home.

Villa Anassa: a unique stone built home of 207m2 with a further cottage of 40m2 on a plot of approximately 4.000m2 situated on the enchanted island of Kythera in the quiet hilltop village of Gerakari at the edge of a forest.

The property is designed and built with a high aesthetic regard and rigorous design integrity with great attention to ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.08.2014

Gerakari Property 2

"ANASSA" - in Greek, meaning, a sharp intake of breath. This being the effect of all upon first entering this much loved home.

Villa Anassa: a unique stone built home of 207m2 with a further cottage of 40m2 on a plot of approximately 4.000m2 situated on the enchanted island of Kythera in the quiet hilltop village of Gerakari at the edge of a forest.

The property is designed and built with a high aesthetic regard and rigorous design integrity with great attention to ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 04.08.2014

Property Gerakari 1

"ANASSA" - in Greek, meaning, a sharp intake of breath. This being the effect of all upon first entering this much loved home.

Villa Anassa: a unique stone built home of 207m2 with a further cottage of 40m2 on a plot of approximately 4.000m2 situated on the enchanted island of Kythera in the quiet hilltop village of Gerakari at the edge of a forest.

The property is designed and built with a high aesthetic regard and rigorous design integrity with great attention to ...

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submitted by Jim Cassimatis on 24.07.2014

Μαρια ΜΕΛΙΤΑ

 

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submitted by Jim Cassimatis on 24.07.2014

Βασιλικη ΚΑΣΙΜΑΤΗ

 

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submitted by Jim Cassimatis on 24.07.2014

Γεωργιος ΚΑΣΙΜΑΤΗΣ

 

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submitted by Dr. Marika A. Leibrandt on 08.06.2014

Andrew P. Sourry & Marika A. Leibrandt

Andrew P. Sourry & his daughter, Marika A. Leibrandt (Sourry), Parkes. 22.11.08.