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Mount Athos John Julius Norwich & Reresby Sitwell (Authors), A.Costa (Photographer). Publication Date: 1966 Condition: Good
Mount Athos John Julius Norwich & Reresby Sitwell (Authors), A.Costa (Photographer). Publication Date: 1966 Condition: Good
Mount Athos John Julius Norwich & Reresby Sitwell (Authors), A.Costa (Photographer). Publication Date: 1966 Condition: Good
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Mount Athos John Julius Norwich & Reresby Sitwell (Authors), A.Costa (Photographer). Publication Date: 1966 Condition: Good

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Title: Mount Athos

Publisher: Hutchinson, London

Publication Date: 1966

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

 

Edition: 1st Edition

191 printed pages. Map endpapers.  Profusely illustrated. 22.5 x 28.5 cm. Original green cloth. Spine slightly faded and stained. Musty smell.  Norwich's first published book, based on his second visit to Mount Athos with a Greek friend Costa, who took photos, and Sacheverell Sitwell's son Reresby, (who bought a rucksack stuffed with luxury food items from Fortnum & Mason, where he worked) who were both at school at Eton together. Reresby wrote about the itinerary of the trip and Norwich wrote a historical essay on Mount Athos- in the days when its Orthodox monastic complexes were virtually unvisited and devoid of external contact, on the secretive peninsular in northern Greece.