The second book in the series of Professor Tomara-Sideri’s trilogy on the history of the Greeks of Egypt examines the course of the Greek Community of Cairo. From the times of Mohammed Ali’s reign up to Nasser’s Revolution, Greek merchants and families, simple workers and important businessmen, artists and writers lived and worked in the Egypt’s capital. A spectacular reconstruction of the past, the book presents us their Works and Days with vitality and reflection. Currently in its 2nd edition.
A thorough and exciting description of the Greeks settled in Alexandria, Egypt for more than a century through the lives of the members of three of the most prominent Greek- Alexandrian families: The Choremi, Benachi and Salvago’s. The book is currently in its 4th edition. M. Tomara-Sideri was awarded for her book the Prize of the Academy of Athens in 2006.
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