Category Archives: Anecdotes

Xirokambi, Xirokabi or Faris?

It can be rather confusing, the Greek tendency to have different names for one location. Some of these names occur when converting the Greek alfabet into latin characters – hence Xirokambi and Xirokabi.  Faris was the name of an ancient … Continue reading

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Drachmes and Music

You know those little folders you get when you visit an archaeological museum or site? On Monday we had a Dutch family that had booked a ‘Photo Workout’ (that’s a small photo workshop for 4 hours, just covering some basics, … Continue reading

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