Archives & Cooperation with the University of Cyprus

“The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers”
Henri VI, Part 2 – William Shakespeare

The firm has a permanent ongoing cooperation with The University of Cyprus on various issues concerning Antonis C. Indianos(1899-1968)  the founder of the Law Firm:

University Thesis by students
University Thesis by Kyriacos Ioannou on the works of A.C Indianos(1899-1968).
University Thesis by Costis Danopoulos on the Kypriaka Grammata (Cypriot Letters)

The Archives of A.C Indianos (1899-1968)
Archives relating to his lifetime works relating to literature, poetry, archeology and law.
Archives relating to his lifetime correspondence.
Archives relating to original documents of historical value.
A large range of rare and old books relating to literature, history, poetry, philosophy and religion.
Archives relating to the first Cyprus literary magazine ‘Avgi’.
Archives relating to the Εteria Kypriakon Spoudon’(Cyprus Studies Society).
Archives relating to the Kypriaka Grammata (Cypriot Letters) of which he was one of the founders.
Archives relating to the Kypriaka Chronika’(Cyprus Chronicle) in which his works were published.

Publications related to the life and works of A.C Indianos (1899-1968)
Antonis Indianos – a presentation by Mr Lefteris Papaleontiou (Gavrielides editions, Athens 2005)
Antonis Indianos, the critic, the translator, the philologist – Lefteris Papaleontiou (Nicosia, 2001)
Biographical Dictionnary of Cypriots 1800-1920 – Aristides Koudounaris (2001)

Letters to Antonis Κ. Indianos (1899-1968) – Nicos Panayiotou (2009)

Works of A.C Indianos (1899-1968)
Contribution to the study of A.Calvo (reprint from ‘Nea Estia’,Athens1938
Choice from the poems of Vassilis Michaelides (1942)
Unknown facts from the life and works of Αndrea Calvos (1960)
An Italian selection of Αndrea Calvos (reprint from ‘Cyprus Chronicles), 1960
First literary translations of poets Ezra Pound and T.S.Eliot.

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