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  • Ithaca Ιθάκη

    Ithaca By Kavafy read in Greek. Images from Tiamat– video art, 2010.  A young  women teaches the sea its archetype names. Information on my site with great Thanks to George Barbanis:  http://users.hol.gr/~barbanis/cavafy/
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  • Reading Writing

    I was eager to learn to read and write. I prepared myself an office; I collected into a show box, notes and papers I found around our home, and wrote
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  • Ptolemaic Alexandria

    Prof. Henao-san mentioned in his mail “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan.  The book influenced his life and perhaps is responsible for his travels to Egypt to find health books originated in
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  • Sun print 1

    A few years ago my mother presented me a file of yellow documents she found. They were my grandfathers’ Issac Kipnis. We lived in a small village and shared a
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  • A pit

    A pit of memory I could already write at the time. I had learned that Canaanite, Babylonians, Romans and Egyptians used to live here. I chose a new notebook and
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  • The Phoenicians

    Since childhood, the Phoenicians filled my imagination. I admired their courage rowing in tilting wooden boats in starry nights- miraculously finding their way. They could read the stars as I
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