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Sailing Through Time

The most important phases of Greek civilization relate to the sea, through voyages of discovery, naval campaigns and ocean trading, and the ship became a subject for artistic creations. The rich illustrative material has been selected from museums and collections both in Greece and abroad. English text. 361 illustrations, most in colour.




Hardback    £60.00
9789607254153 | Published: 1995
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Sappho's Gift


This latest volume from accomplished literary critic Franco Ferrari offers extraordinary new insight into the life and works of Sappho, one of the most individualistic and evocative poets of antiquity.

 





Hardback    £20.00
9780979971334 | Published: 2010
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Satyres Nouvelles


Poet, novelist, sometime member of Mademoiselle de Montpensier’s circle and correspondent of the Mercure Galant, Cantenac was notorious in his own time but has only recently become a subject of serious study. This book contains seventeen poetic “satyres” together with various other poems.




Paperback    £16.99
9780859896917 | Published: 2001
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Scala. Greek Myths and Ancient Drama

Opera was born out of experiments by Italian scholars of the Renaissance relating to the nature of ancient tragedy and ways in which it could be performed. Many works in the operatic repertoire derive their subject matter from ancient legends. English and Italian bilingual text. 109 colour illustrations.




Paperback    £14.00
9789607037732 | Published: 2005
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Schedies

'Rafts' by George Douatzis. Seventy-one poems, seventy-one recordings of life, which touch every reader. The deposition of a well-known poetic voice that heightens sensitivity, awakens, provokes. Greek language.




Paperback    £11.00
9789606878541 | Published: 2012
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School House in the Wind


Long out of print and now published together for the first time, these three volumes of autobiography of the Cornish author and schoolteacher Anne Treneer cover the period from her birth at Gorran in 1891 to her retirement from teaching in 1948.





Paperback    £15.99
9780859895125 | Published: 1998
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PDF    £13.00
9780859899437 | Published: 2015
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Schooner Sail to Starboard


From the Introduction to the Dogwood Press Edition . . .

It was the author's desire to write a story devoted solely to blockade-running in the Western Gulf of Mexico. This republished edition includes six first-hand accounts as appendixes, 56 new figures, and a new introduction putting the work in the context of the Denbigh Shipwreck Project.





Paperback    £27.00
9780979587405 | Published: 2007
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The Science of Culture


Leslie White was one of the most important—and controversial—figures in American anthropology. This classic work, initially published in 1949, contains White’s definitive statement on what he termed 'culturology.'





Paperback    £39.00
9780975273821 | Published: 2005
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Scientist as Subject


In this book, Michael Mahoney documents the idiosyncracies and foibles of the scientific process as a field of endeavor. A new introduction updates his discussion in light of subsequent developments.





Paperback    £35.00
9780975273807 | Published: 2004
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The Sea Of Gods, Heroes and Men in Ancient Greek Art (bilingual edition, English/Greek)

Published to coincide with an exhibition in both France and Greece, dedicated to marine representations on vases, and particularly those inspired by mythology.  Part I examines 42 specific examples of vases; Part II contains specialist articles on the iconography of the sea and on marine archaeology, from French and Greek experts. 100 col. Illus.




Hardback    £34.00
9789607037954 | Published: 2008
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