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07.05.2009 - Stephen Trifyllis

'' kytherians at play''

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12.05.2005 - Georgia Cassimatis

Georgia Cassimatis began her career as a writer on Australian Cosmopolitan magazine in 1996. After a two year stint, she freelanced for various magazines before being appointed the Editor... more >>

Mica schist

02.11.2004 - Museum Administration

Metamorphic rock formed from shale or mud, containing sparkling minerals of mica. This specimen, found just north of Potamos, is 11 cm long. Photograph by Peter B Tzannes, 2004 more >>


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