CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.

  • Athens, Greece: AdVenture SA, 2014.
  • 7 x 9.6 inches
  • hardcover, cloth
  • 260 pages
  • ISBN: 9789608779280

Price: $55.00  other currencies

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This volume (Athens 2014, in English) features 13 select papers from the 1st International Scientific Conference of the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation (Athens, October 2012), with an Introduction by the editors, Gilles Grivaud and George Tolias.

Being a key geographic, strategic, commercial and cultural crossroad, Cyprus attracted the interest of travellers, pilgrims, scholars, scientists and men of action, who contributed to the production and standardisation of representations of the Island in significant texts and maps, marking its position on the world's historical, political and cultural 'atlas'.

CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. eds, Giles Grivaud, George Tolias.
CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
CYPRUS AT THE CROSSROADS: GEOGRAPHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY