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Aspiration, sculpture by Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos

Kytherian Art

29.09.2011 - Kytherian Art World

Aspiration, sculpture by Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos

Emmanuel Andrew Cavacos was born in Potamos, Kythera, on February 10th, 1885. He emigrated to the United States of America, when he was sixteen years old, and settled in Baltimore, in the suburb of Hampden, where his brother Constantine was... more>>

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Armidale Greeks

17.02.2010 - Peter Makarthis

Armidale and District Historical Society is addressed by Peter McCarthy from Inverell re the Greeks of Armidale and District 1890 -1939. Left row Closest - Ariti Tsaousis Jim Tsaousis... more >>

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25.11.2007 - Emanuel Karavousanos

reception and exhibition held at the office of the Greek Consulate in New York City, on the evening of Nov. 15th, 2007. Ms Williamson (as of November 2007), has placed 60+ of her... more >>

Vromopapadia outdoors

26.10.2004 - Robin Tzannes

The vromopapadia is a harmless millipede whose names translates as 'stinking priest's wife.' That’s because, when prodded, the vromopapadia emits an oily, sickly, lingering stench. In dry... more >>