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A 19th century missing manuscript, written by two scholars. It tells the exciting story of a great Greek family from Anatolia. Three generations will travel from Kromni to Bagdad, taking the Silk Road on caravans; they cross the land from Odessa to the Caucasus and from Constantinople to Athens till the final curtain falls on the ruined city of Santa on the Ellispontos. Restless and intrepid people mark the journey of Hellenism in the 19th century: from the social reform known as Tanzimat and the designs of and resurrects it as a long lost legacy.the Fanariotes which will bring out the golden era of Greek Diaspora, to its uprooting and its involvement in the Bolshevik Revolution.
Paschalis Lambardis was born in Serres (Northern Greece) and comes from the Orient. “The Guards of Anatolia” is his third book. He has also published “A Life Matter” (Malliaris, 1997) and “The Vosporos Pilgrim” (Iolkos, 2002)
Turkish (Kuraldisi Yayincilik)