Konstantinos Kavafis — or Constantine Peter Cavafy as he was internationally known — was born in Alexandria, Egypt on April 29, , the. Konstantinos Petrou Kavafis. Kavafis () is one of the better known Greek poets of the 20th century. Born of Greek parents in Alexandria, Egypt, in Konstantinos Wikipedia Wikiquote. Date of birth, 29 April , Alexandria.
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A Great Procession of Priests and Laymen. A Prince from Western Libya. Aimilianos Monai, Alexandrian, A. Alexander Jannaios and Alexandra. Apollonios of Tyana in Rhodes.
As Much As You Can. Before the Statue of Endymion. Before Time Kvafis Them. But the Wise Perceive Things about to Happen. Come, O Kacafis of the Lacedaimonians. Craftsman of Wine Bowls. Epitaph of Antiochos, King of Kommagini. For Ammonis, Who Died at 29, in From the School of the Renowned Philosopher. Greek from Ancient Times. He Asked about the Quality. He Had Come There to Read. In a Large Greek Colony, B. In a Town of Osroini. In a Township of Asia Minor. In Alexandria, 31 B. In an Old Book.
In the Boring Village. In the Month of Athyr. In the Same Space. In the Year B. Julian and the Antiochians. Of Kavafiz Sotir B. Of the Jews A. On an Italian Shore. On the March to Sinopi. On the Outskirts of Antioch. One of Their Gods. Priest at the Serapeion. The Battle of Magnesia.
C.P. Cavafy – Poems –
The Displeasure of Selefkidis. The Favor of Alexander Valas. The Funeral of Sarpedon. The Glory of the Ptolemies. The God Abandons Antony. The Horses of Achilles. The Ides of March. The Mirror in the Front Hall. The Retinue of Dionysos.
The Souls of Old Men. The Window of the Tobacco Shop. Theatre of Sidon A. Kavais Who Fought for the Achaian League. To Call Up the Shades. To Have Taken the Trouble.
Poetry Of Konstantinos Kavafis
Tomb of the Grammarian Lysias. Two Young Men, 23 to 24 Years Old. Waiting for the Barbarians. When They Come Alive. Young Men of Sidon A.
A Statuary of Tyana. Aemilian, the Son of Monaes, of Alexandria, A. If Indeed He Died. Sea of the Morning. The Company of Dionysos. The God Forsaketh Anthony. The Grave of Ignatius. The Grave of Lysias the Grammarian. The Souls of Old People. The Vexation of the Seleucides. For Ammones who died at the age of 29 in the year In a city of Asia Minor. In the month of Athyr.
Of the Jews 50 A. One of their Gods. The Displeasure of the Seleucid. The god abandons Antony. The sea, in the morning. The Tomb of Ignatius. The Tomb of Lysias the Grammarian. Those who fought for the Achaean League. Young men of Sidon AD The Mirror in the Entrance. The Retinue of Dionysus. Aemilianos Monae, Alexandrian, A. It Has Come to Rest.