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The Gold of the World (English language edition)

Examines man's relations with gold through myth, art, religion, the economy and everyday life. Almost 500 illustrations cover every period of human history, from prehistory to the major ancient civilizations and from the America of Conquistadores to the Europe of the great artists. Slipcased, silk-bound HB, 486 col illus.




Hardback    £64.00
9789607254542 | Published: 2003
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Greece Through the Lens of Takis Tloupas (English language edition)

Photographer Takis Tloupas was born in Thessaly, grandson of a coppersmith and son of a carpenter, and lived and worked there in Larisa.  He toured Greece, first by Vespa then in a Deux Chevaux, taking over 30,000 photographs of what he saw, but it was Larisa that he photographed most as time went by. 574 b&w photographs.




Hardback    £87.00
9789607037671 | Published: 2005
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The Greek Chest (English language edition)

For centuries, the chest was the only piece of storage furniture to be found in the Greek home. Highly valuable as a functional item, connected with everyday events and the most important stations in a person's life (birth, marriage and death) the chest has profound, symbolical meaning in the imagination of the Greek people. 500+ col illus.




Hardback    £55.00
9789606878374 | Published: 2011
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Green Screen


This book combines film studies with environmental history and politics, aiming to establish a cultural criticism informed by 'green' thought. David Ingram argues that Hollywood cinema has largely perpetuated romantic attitudes to nature and has played an important ideological role in the 'greenwashing' of ecological discourses.





Paperback    £16.99
9780859896092 | Published: 2004
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Hardback    £55.00
9780859896085 | Published: 2000
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PDF    £14.00
9780859899192 | Published: 2015
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H Ellada tou Taki Tloupa

Photographer Takis Tloupas was born in Thessaly, grandson of a coppersmith and son of a carpenter, and lived and worked there in Larisa.  He toured Greece, first by Vespa then in a Deux Chevaux, taking over 30,000 photographs of what he saw, but it was Larisa that he photographed most as time went by. 574 b&w photographs. Greek language text.




Hardback    £87.00
9789607037640 | Published: 2005
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He diasose

New narrative on the persecution and the rescue of the Greek Jews in the Third Reich, this book overturns stereotypes and myths. Reveals the attitude and actions of the local Jewish leaders raising questions about what was done and by whom. Cites Greek and international sources, incl. documents, testimonies, names. Greek language text. 172 b&w photographs.




Paperback    £21.00
9789606878633 | Published: 2012
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Helliniki kasela (Greek language edition)

For centuries, the chest was the only piece of storage furniture to be found in the Greek home. Highly valuable as a functional item, connected with everyday events and the most important stations in a person's life (birth, marriage and death) the chest has profound, symbolical meaning in the imagination of the Greek people. 500+ col illus.




Hardback    £55.00
9789606878121 | Published: 2010
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Henry Francis Lyte


Henry Francis Lyte was an Anglican minister, hymn-writer and poet. His best-known hymn, Abide With Me, has been sung at FA Cup Finals since 1927 and at Rugby League Challenge Cup Finals since 1929.  It is also said to have been have been on the lips of the British nurse Edith Cavell as she faced the firing squad in 1915.





Hardback    £30.00
9780900771927 | Published: 1974
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Italian Cityscapes


This book examines the transformation of the Italian city from the 1950s to the present with particular attention to questions of identity, migration and changes in urban culture. It shows how major demographic movements and cultural shifts threw into relief new conceptions of the city in which old boundaries had become problematic.





Paperback    £18.00
9780859897372 | Published: 2004
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Hardback    £65.00
9780859897365 | Published: 2004
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9780859899222 | Published: 2015
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The Life of the Vlachs in 1900 (English language edition)

An album of rare photographs highlighting the multiple dimensions of the Vlach populations living in both Greek and Ottoman lands in the Balkans in 1900.  Published in collaboration with the Egnatia Epirus Foundation.Greek language text. 226 b&w illus, 12 maps.




Paperback    £26.00
9789607037923 | Published: 2008
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