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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 01.09.2016

working holiday !

Great opportunity for katina [ mavromati ] Black who did her work experience as a pharmacist in the pharmacy at potamo ..katina will finish her pharmacy studies at Queensland university at the end of this year .. katina is the daughter of john [ mavromati ] Black  of casino who is a pharmacist as well and annzina [ poteri ] Black from Toowoomba who were also on the island this summer ....katina enjoyed her work experience at the potamo pharmacy and gained valuable knowledge from ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.04.2016

kythera photo shop ...!

Photo  shop in downtown  potamos owned by chrissa fatseas , chrissa is a professional photographer and graduated from the athens techinical university .... chrissa will take photos while you are on the island of all social events such as weddings , christeings , birthday parties, meetings , anniversaries , special  family lunches or dinners , or book chriisa for a day out to take photos of you cruising and exploring the island with great shots of you and the island , her dad ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 30.12.2015

bags galore ...

bags on sale at fratsia dance ,woven in the old and modern style

23231:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 04.11.2015

Map showing location for the Aris Tsaravopoulos presentation on Antikythera

See details of a lecture that Ari Tsaravopoulos will deliver on Antikytherian Archaeology on Monday, November 9th at 7pm in the room "Astrolabe", Agios Ioannis Rentis, Pericles 7.

The map of the area, has been provided above, to facilitate access.

The distance from the crossing of Piraeus with Neo Faliro is less than 300 meters.

23206:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 27.10.2015

the best of fratsia ...

some of the produce on display at the fratsia dance / produce show

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2015

who will buy ?

Albanians now are raising crops and selling them in the Sunday markets at potamo .. and judging by their produce, they seem to be doing very well .. good on you boys!!

22778:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Sunday Telegraph on 09.03.2015

Little secret worth sharing in Greek island of Kythera

Sunday Telegraph (circulation, 490,000)
ESCAPE (section)

FEBRUARY 22, 2015

KAREN HALABI


Photograph: Colourful boat moored in one of the many harbours.

View / download a copy of this article in English from the Kytherian Newsletter:

Halabi Article Kytherian Newsletter.pdf

View / download a copy of this article in Greek, ...

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submitted by Antikythera News on 13.12.2014

Mogi Vicentini reproduction of the Antikythera mechanism which was made in 2007

Ancient Discoveries: Antikythera Mechanism

By
Jackie Hammond

Billionaires Australia. December 6, 2014


If you thought that computers were a modern invention, then it’s time to throw your preconceptions right out of the window and be wowed by a device that’s believed to be at least 2,000 years old.

The Antikythera Mechanism was discovered on the Greek seabed by sponge divers in 1901 and is the world’s oldest known analogue ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 07.12.2014

the leader of the band

the late great stratis theodorokakis, shop owner for many many years at the platia in potamos , but most known for the contribution to the island for his music services , it wont be the same without stratis leading the famous kytherian municipal band at special occasions of the island ....thank you for the music stratis....

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submitted by KCA Admin on 06.12.2014

Picking olives in the 1950s

The exhibition "Olive, the Blessed Tree" is to include older photographs of historical interest. This one, by the veteran photographer Manolis Fatseas, was taken in the 1950s and shows two women separating leaves from a mound of picked olives by pouring them from a bucket.

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 29.09.2014

Hellenic Navy Seals are known as O.Y.K

27 September 2014

Two of the six man Hellenic Navy Seal (O.Y.K) team are part of this year’s Antikythera expedition have arrived with a truck filled with equipment, and are preparing for in-water operations during the excavation phase of the project.

Even though the weather is too bad for diving, lots is still going on.

The Hellenic Navy is another key partner in the project who deserves thanks, providing skilled personnel, equipment and the Thetis ...

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 29.09.2014

Preparing the diving equipment for the six man team on Antikythera

27th September 2014.

Two of the six man Hellenic Navy Seal (O.Y.K) team are part of this year’s Antikythera expedition have arrived with a truck filled with equipment, and are preparing for in-water operations during the excavation phase of the project.

Even though the weather is too bad for diving, lots is still going on.

The Hellenic Navy is another key partner in the project who deserves thanks, providing skilled personnel, equipment and the Thetis ...

22591:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 29.09.2014

Unloading hundreds of kilograms of diving equipment.

27 September

Two of the six man Hellenic Navy Seal (O.Y.K) team are part of this year’s Antikythera expedition have arrived with a truck filled with equipment, and are preparing for in-water operations during the excavation phase of the project.

Even though the weather is too bad for diving, lots is still going on.

The Hellenic Navy is another key partner in the project who deserves thanks, providing skilled personnel, equipment and the Thetis as a ...

22590:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 29.09.2014

Hellenic Navy Seals Have Arrived

27 September

Photograph: The navy seal truck that arrived at 3:30 am on 27th September.

Two of the six man Hellenic Navy Seal (O.Y.K) team are part of this year’s Antikythera expedition have arrived with a truck filled with equipment, and are preparing for in-water operations during the excavation phase of the project. Even though the weather is too bad for diving, lots is still going on.

The Hellenic Navy is another key partner in the project who deserves ...

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 25.09.2014

Theotokis Theodoulou examines the ship's lead anchor stock, about 1.4 metres long and weighing close to 200kg

Exploring the site where the Antikythera mechanism was found

Maybe there is a second shipwreck near the one where the famous Antikythera mechanism was found, says the Brendan P Foley, head of research on the Antikythera Research Project. "We are the focus of international concern, and experts from around the world await the results of our research."

"You know, I feel such excitement, I often dream about and think about the Antikythera shipwreck. What can be hidden ...

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 25.09.2014

Marine diver wearing the Exosuit, a cutting-edge piece of diving equipment that allows the user to go as deep as 300 meters and remain there for up to four hours

New international mission ready to explore Antikythera shipwreck

By Margarita Pournara

Ekathimerini 10.7.2014


Around two-and-a-half years ago the National Archaeological Museum inaugurated “The Shipwreck of Antikythera: The Ship – the Treasures – the Mechanism.” The exhibition on the wreck that went down in the second quarter of the 1st century BC – taking with it artworks, coins and other artifacts, along with the world’s oldest ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 22.09.2014

Future of displays: Professor Sarah Kenderdine

says the new system is a technological and conceptual leap. Photo: Edwina Pickles

Sydney Morning Herald, September 18, 2014

Linda Morris

360 degree data-browser

Professor Sarah Kenderdine has developed an interactive digital browser for Museum Victoria allowing 80,000 previously unseen objects in the Museum's collection to be viewed by museum visitors. The data-browser is the first of its kind in the world.

Cutting edge ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 12.05.2014

methzaki time !!

KAPINOS cafeneo one of the more popular with locals at the platia in potamos, and on some days bbq octopus is on the menu, with a nice glass of ouzo, makes for a nice mezie on a chilly winters day ...

22301:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 09.05.2014

'sitting on the dock of the bay '

risky job as this tractor driver found at lycidimou beach trying to push back the sand of the 'mollo ' back into the sea , getting the beach ready for the summer , but the huge seas that day made the job a little tricky, requiring good driving skills ...!!

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 07.05.2014

easter sunday feast ..

getting ready for the Easter Sunday lunch, the potamo butcher stocks up on lambs for the celebration...