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Decastro, Marisa


Ντεκάστρο, Μαρίζα



 

Mariza Decastro was born in Athens in 1953. She lived in Paris (1973-1982), and studied pedagogy and children’s literature at the Sorbonne. On her return to Greece she taught history and literature in primary schools. She has published children’s books on art and history and a series of translations. She also reviews children’s literature in the daily press.

 
Works found in the Biblionet database
(2011) Crossing the Paths of Byzantium, Metaichmio
(2010) Das neue Akropolis-Museum, Metaichmio
(2010) Le nouveau musée de l' Acropole, Metaichmio
(2010) Seven Walks Through Athens, Metaichmio
(2009) At the Museum, Papadopoulos Publishing
(2009) Let's Go to Crete!, Papadopoulos Publishing
(2009) Let's Go to Nafplio!, Papadopoulos Publishing
(2009) The New Acropolis Museum, Metaichmio
(2008) Reading Byzantine Icons, Akritas Publications
(2000) Athens in Seven Itineraries, Akritas Publications
(1999) Studying Byzantine Icons, Akritas Publications
(1994) Archaeology, Kedros Publishers
(1994) Folk Art, Kedros Publishers
(1990) Byzantine Art, Kedros Publishers
The End of Byzantium, Akritas Publications
 
Other
(2008) Kynigoú - Flámpoura, María, Popular Musical Instruments of the World , Akritas Publications [series editor]
(1999) Karagkoúni, Antigóni, I, Pelecanus crispus, Akritas Publications [series editor]
(1998) Karagkoúni, Antigóni, I, the Brown Bear, Akritas Publications [series editor]
(1998) Karagkoúni, Antigóni, I, the Caretta caretta Turtle, Akritas Publications [series editor]
(1997) Karagkoúni, Antigóni, I, the Monachus Seal, Akritas Publications [series editor]

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