- Author:Ida Haugsted
- Publisher:Archetype Publications Ltd; First Edition edition (December 1996)
- Pages:395 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Haugsted, Ida (1996). Dream and reality: Danish antiquaries, architects and artists in Greece. p. 79. ISBN 9781873132753. Stamatios Kleanthis (1802-1862) from Velvendos in Macedonia.
Haugsted, Ida (1996). Winterer-Papatassos, Mary (1984). Doorway to Greece: An Introduction, Not in the Guidebooks, to Life in Greece.
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Dream and Reality: Danish Antiquaries, Architects and Artists in Greece by Haugs. Danish Artist Colonies Skagan. Subjects: Art & CultureFormat: HardbackType: Illustrated Book.
Danish Architects in Greece 1818-1862 (Copenhagen 1993); Ida Haugsted, Dream and reality, Danish antiquaries, architects and artists in Greece (London 1996). Studier tilegnede Otto Norn (Herning 1990) 255-60. 4. For Christian Hansen's University and other works in Athens, see Aristea nsen, Christan Hansen
Haugsted, Ida (1996). This period of Ottoman rule in Greece, lasting from the mid-15th century until the successful Greek War of Independence that broke out in 1821 and the proclamation of the First Hellenic Republic in 1822, is known in Greek as Tourkokratia; some regions, like the Ionian islands, various temporary Venetian possessions of the Stato da Mar, or Mani peninsula in Peloponnese did.
3D art so surreal as it is of lucid dreams record. The whole universe arises and dissolves like a mirage. There's nothing that is not encompassed within the dream of illusory being; so in going to sleep, you're just passing from one dream state to another.
In essence, the liberal state seeks to spread its own values far and wide. My goal in this book is to describe what happens when a powerful state pursues this strategy at the expense of balance-of-power politics. Many in the West, especially among foreign policy elites, consider liberal hegemony a wise policy that states should axiomatically adopt