THE SPIRITUAL DEPOSIT OF OLD MAN MORIA
Κωδικός : 20139
The spiritual legacy of the Old Man of Moria
1. MEMOIRS OF THEODOROS KOLOKOTRONI - BOOK
The text is quoted for the first time in the modern modern Greek language after philological editing. For better reading and understanding, it has been divided into chapters, and each chapter consists of sub-sections. At the same time, with subtitles and footnotes, the reader is given the opportunity to identify the most important events, persons or phrases in the text and to follow the battles and historical events more systematically.
The translation into the modern modern Greek language with text notation (glossary, comments, observations) was done by the philologist Flora Vgontza and the Historian Eleni-Filothei Kalathas.
The edition is prefaced by the historian Dr. Stefanos Kavallierakis , Director of the Museum of the City of Athens - Vouros-Eutaxia Foundation. The Museum has kindly provided for this collector's edition the engravings by Kolokotronis contained in the deluxe hardbound volume.
The version is completed by:
• The emblematic speech of Kolokotronis in Pnyka to the High School children
• Chronology with the main milestones in the life of Kolokotronis
• Map with the most important locations described
• Glossary for understanding unknown words and expressions
2. MEMOIRS OF THEODOROS KOLOKOTRONI - CD
The luxurious collector's volume of the Memoirs of the Old Man of Moria is accompanied by a digital disc , which contains representative texts of the Memoirs, read by Leonidas Kakouris and music by Stamatis Spanoudakis.
STILL CONTAINED IN THE COLLECTOR'S CASE
3. THE HISTORICAL FLAG OF THE KOLOKOTRON REVOLUTION
This version first appeared during the Orloff Revolution (1769), based on earlier patterns. It was used, among others, by the Kolokotronis Family and gained great popularity during the Greek Revolution of 1821. It is associated as a regional flag of the Peloponnese (1770–1820).
4. TWO LARGE SPECIAL PRINTS WITH:
• the speech of the Elder of Moria to the high school children in Pnyka
• the chronology of the Revolution