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Tomb

Tomb

Pass of Daphne. Bay of Eleusis

Dancing girl

Tomb

Altar of Bacchus

[Plans, sections, and elevations of classical Greek and Roman temples] / G. Heck, dirt. ; Henry Winkles sculp.

Sappho

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Yanı̈a (Yanya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Yanı̈a (Yanya), Ottoman Empire]

Three tradesmen [in ancient Greece]

The procession : the athletes

The lament of Oedipus, blind: "Oh, miserable am I"

Armed monks gathering wood for the Meteora monasteries during the Turkish invasion

Skirmishing near the "monasteries in the air," northern Greece

Via Egnatia - Greece

Aphrodite marble, Greek

491 B.C. -- 1902 A.D. / Ehrhart.

[Rites in a cemetery, probably in Greece]

[Orphans from the interior of Asia brought to Marathon in Greece by the Near East Relief looking in wonder at the mountains and the sea, as it is the first time they have seen either]

Greek soldiers escorting Bulgarian prisoners

[Leopards and bacchantes in torch procession to water with Pan in background]

Refugees from Asia Minor

These villagers of Asia Minor were driven into the mountains near their homes shortly after the Smyrna debacle For three and a half months they lived on grass, roots and similar food, occasionally raiding an olive grove by night .... Finally two bold members stole a small boat and escaped .... The whole party is now being fed and clothed by the ARC. Ikons and other possessions commonly brought ... are shown in the picture.

Another scene on steps of the old palace

Refugees from Asia Minor

Refugees from Asia Minor

Steps of the palace Two of the refugee women tried to prevent their faces from showing in the picture.

Refugees from Asia Minor

Refugees from Asia Minor

In the confusion that followed the debacle at Smyrna, many aged people were separated from their families Pathetic scenes were witnessed everywhere.... One of the first acts of the ARC was to gather these old people together and try to locate their relatives. Many were restored to their families. Some (whose families probably perished) still remain on hand, but now they are well cared for by local authorities under the patronage of the Red Cross.

Refugees from Asia Minor

Refugees from Asia Minor

These villagers of Asia Minor were driven into the mountains near their homes shortly after the Smyrna debacle For three and a half months they lived on grass, roots and similar food, occasionally raiding an olive grove by night .... Finally two bold members stole a small boat and escaped .... The whole party is now being fed and clothed by the ARC. Ikons and other possessions commonly brought ... are shown in the picture.

Tent village in the shadows of the Temple of Theseus, Athens, where Greek refugees make thier [sic] homes

A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans--A model of cleanliness and order

In the harbour of Pireaus Greek refugee children swept from their homes in Asia Minor by the Turks and now in refugee villages in Athens.

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens. Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family in the country A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans. A model of cleanliness and order.

A traveling forest The main street of Thebes roofed with stately elms.

Scene in a small Greek town Children of Greece.

In the old city of Thebes, the members of the town council meet early every morning to discuss local affairs as well as those of the outside world How forests are transported to fireplaces in Greece.

The rock on which the oracle priestess stood at Delphi to proclaim her utterances. Here came men rich and poor, Kings and generals for advice before embarking on new schemes and fields The lion of Chaeronea. A huge marble statue dug up in the fields of Chaeronea.

[The Parthenon with scaffolding] [Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece] ; [Frank Carpenter with arms around a column, Greece]

[Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece]

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens--Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family of the country

In Greek towns a municipal wash tub is provided where the "fair sex" meet on Monday mornings to discuss styles and scandel [i.e., scandal] As in all countries of the Balkans children are plentiful and smiles are universal when the camera lines them up.

A typical group of Greeks who have been to the United States. The clothes distinguish them as well as their use of American swear words which they delight in showing off to tourists Black eyed olive skinned Greek girls.

In Thebes no automobiles disturb the peaceful strolls of the Greeks through the Main Street In Greek towns a municpal wash tub is provided where the "fair sex" meet on Monday mornings to discuss styles and scandel [i.e., scandal].

More refugee children in old American clothes In the small towns of Greece the cafes are open early in the morning and soon the air is buzzing with political discussion over morning coffee.

[Frank Carpenter with Greek men in military uniforms and suits]

An Orthodox priest of Greece. This religion is worshiped by all Greeks and the priests have wide influence in the lives of people Orthodox priests must raise beards. They may be married before their ordination but once only in their lives.

Two friends Donkeys carry lighter loads than ponies as they know how to make a kick.

[Women and two boys dressed in traditional Greek costumes and burros carrying baskets of flowers on their backs, posed on a New York City street as part of a fund raising drive for the Greek Emergency Fund] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C. M. Stieglitz.

[Man and woman in traditional Greek costumes pulling a burro with flower packs on its back into the Ritz Carlton Hotel, New York City, as part of a fund raising activity for the Greek Emergency Fund] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C. M. Stieglitz.

Greece.

Greece.

Aegean Sea region.

Greece, physiography.

Greece, administrative divisions.

Greece.

Nicolai Gerbelij in descriptionem Graeciae Sophiani, praefatio.

[Regarding the Drum and Trumpet of Ancient Times]

[Regarding the Drum and Trumpet of Ancient Times]

[Regarding the Drum and Trumpet of Ancient Times]

[Regarding the Drum and Trumpet of Ancient Times]

[Regarding the Drum and Trumpet of Ancient Times]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

[Dennis Potinos]

Fencing before the king of Greece / A. Castaigne.

Fencing before the king of Greece / A. Castaigne.

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[Ceceilia Patrourtsa]

[It is the lyre of Pindar : the play at Olympia]

[It is the lyre of Pindar : the play at Olympia]