Readers are inducted into the history of four or five generations of people at the former royal estate of Tatoi whom the author approaches through unknown private documents, as well as their personal recollections. At the same time, they follow the course of the Greek political, social and diplomatic history of almost a century (1871-1973).

  • Product Description

    This book presents a detailed history of a building that was unique by virtue of the nature of its owners.

    The text embraces many realities simultaneously, thanks to the use of a variety of historical sources, ranging from official state documents to personal diaries and correspondence. Against a continuously renewed natural and architectural background, readers see the history unfolding of four or five generations of men, from labourers and peasants to members of the royal family. The latter are often approached by the author, through their hitherto unknown private documents and personal reminiscences, as private individuals.

    At the same time, Tatoï is used as a reference point through which readers follow the course of Greek political, social and diplomatic history over the period of about a century (1871-1973).
    Photographs, drawings and maps supplement the text.

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    Weight 4850 g
    Dimensions 23.5 × 30 cm
    Binding

    Language

    Ελληνικά

    Pages 464 Α τόμος, 324 B τόμος
    Images
    Drawings
KOSTAS M. STAMATOPOULOS

The chronicle of Tatoi
Vol. A: 1800-1916
Vol. B: 1917-2003

159,00 127,20

Readers are inducted into the history of four or five generations of people at the former royal estate of Tatoi whom the author approaches through unknown private documents, as well as their personal recollections. At the same time, they follow the course of the Greek political, social and diplomatic history of almost a century (1871-1973).

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