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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House.

Relocated.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House.

Elevation plans..

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House, Cairns.

Floor Plans.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House, Cairns.

Elevation diagrams.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House, Cairns.

Restoration, Stage Two.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Conimos House, Cairns.

Stage One. Restoration.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House, Cairns, on the move.

Cominos House had to be transported from its original location.

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submitted by Peter Bouras on 15.08.2005

Cominos House, Cairns.

Now, a cultural centre.

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submitted by Society of Kytherian Studies on 11.08.2005

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submitted by Society of Kytherian Studies on 09.08.2005

Nikos Petrochilos.

Professor of Latin Literature in the Philosophic School of the University of Thessaloniki

Prof. Nicholas Petrochilos was born in Athens, but he comes from the island of Kythera (Ionian islands). He graduated from the Philosophic School of the University of Athens (1960) and taught as a secondary school teacher of Philology in the state schools of Greece.

Later (1968), he was selected among many other candidates for a two-year refresher course at ...

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submitted by Stephen Samios on 30.07.2005

Ancient Ramparts on the Island of Kythera.

Spatial Science Innovation Unit, Sydney University.

http://www.ssiu.org.usyd.edu.au/html/gallery/gallery24.html

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submitted by Stephen Samios on 30.07.2005

Arcsene reproduction of...

..a Byzantine Fort on the Greek Island of Kythera.

Spatial Science Innovation Unit, Sydney University.

http://www.ssiu.org.usyd.edu.au/html/gallery/gallery27.html

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submitted by Stephen Samios on 30.07.2005

Churches of Kythera. A Map.

From the Spatial Science Innovation Unit, University of NSW.

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submitted by Dean Coroneos on 11.12.2006

Joyce Ryerson. Founder of the Ryerson index.

Hatched, matched and dispatched … Joyce Ryerson at work on the Ryerson Index, which is about to celebrate its millionth entry.
Photo: Edwina Pickles

The Ryerson Index

http://www.rootsweb.com/~nswsdps/papers.htm

An Important research tool for Kytherians searching their genealogical roots in Australia.

How Joyce's list became the toast of cyberspace

By Steve Meacham
July 26, 2005

Sydney ...

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submitted by Melanie Scinto on 24.06.2006

George Arthur Protos

 

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submitted by John Coroneos on 07.07.2005

James Coroneos, wife Toula, and young son John.

James (Jim) Coroneos

Jim was born on 1st May 1925 in Gunning, NSW near Goulbourn.

His parents were Christophoros Melasofaos Coroneos & Melopomeni Comino from Karava in Kythera, who came to Australia, where they started a café in Gunning, named The Busy Bee.

Jim was the oldest of 6 children, and was very close to his brothers and sisters and their spouses - Charles and Mary, Annie and George, Matty and Mick, George and Betsy, Peter ...

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submitted by John Coroneos on 07.07.2005

James Coroneos, being honoured by Justice Kirby; Judge, High Court of Australia.

James (Jim) Coroneos

Jim was born on 1st May 1925 in Gunning, NSW near Goulbourn.

His parents were Christophoros Melasofaos Coroneos & Melopomeni Comino from Karava in Kythera, who came to Australia, where they started a café in Gunning, named The Busy Bee.

Jim was the oldest of 6 children, and was very close to his brothers and sisters and their spouses - Charles and Mary, Annie and George, Matty and Mick, George and Betsy, Peter ...

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submitted by John Coroneos on 07.07.2005

James Coroneos and his brothers. Early Adulhood.

James (Jim) Coroneos

Jim was born on 1st May 1925 in Gunning, NSW near Goulbourn.

His parents were Christophoros Melasofaos Coroneos & Melopomeni Comino from Karava in Kythera, who came to Australia, where they started a café in Gunning, named The Busy Bee.

Jim was the oldest of 6 children, and was very close to his brothers and sisters and their spouses - Charles and Mary, Annie and George, Matty and Mick, George and Betsy, Peter ...

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submitted by John Coroneos on 07.07.2005

Coroneos Family with their mother. Early adulhood.

James (Jim) Coroneos

Jim was born on 1st May 1925 in Gunning, NSW near Goulbourn.

His parents were Christophoros Melasofaos Coroneos & Melopomeni Comino from Karava in Kythera, who came to Australia, where they started a café in Gunning, named The Busy Bee.

Jim was the oldest of 6 children, and was very close to his brothers and sisters and their spouses - Charles and Mary, Annie and George, Matty and Mick, George and Betsy, Peter ...

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submitted by John Coroneos on 07.07.2005

James (Jim) Melasofaos Coroneos. Graduation photograph.

James (Jim) Coroneos

Jim was born on 1st May 1925 in Gunning, NSW near Goulbourn.

His parents were Christophoros Melasofaos Coroneos & Melopomeni Comino from Karava in Kythera, who came to Australia, where they started a café in Gunning, named The Busy Bee.

Jim was the oldest of 6 children, and was very close to his brothers and sisters and their spouses - Charles and Mary, Annie and George, Matty and Mick, George and Betsy, Peter ...