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On this page you will find the bibliographical details of a number of Greek language books on Vampires, Vampirism and related subjects. In case you happen to know about other interesting titles, and have details on where I can find or order them, please be sure to let me know. Your help will be much appreciated.

AΠOΣTOΛOY K. TENTOΛOYPH :

"ΠEPI TO ΠPΟBΛHMA TOY KAKOY ΣYNOΠTIKΩΣ ΔAIMONEΣ KAI ΔAIMONIΣMENOI" [1993]

Georgios Andr. Brouziotis, Athens, Greece, 1993 - pp.140

Curious and interesting Greek book about "Demons and the Possessed".

Phlegon von Tralleis :

"Das Buch der Wunder" [2002]

Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, Germany, 2002 - pp.138
ISBN: 3 534 15985 3

In Phlegon's book, which was written in the first part of the 2nd Century, we can find the famous classic "vampire story" of Philinnion and Machates, better (and incorrectly) known as "The Bride of Corinth". The story is said to be based on true events. I am terribly pleased to have found this magnificent edition. Introduced and translated by Kai Brodersen, it brings you the original Greek text (or rather what is left of it) next to a German translation.

Niki Watts :

"The Oxford Greek Dictionary" [1997]

Berkley Books, New York, USA, 2000 - pp.470
ISBN: 0 425 17600 2

Sorry if I repeat myself, but where would we be without a Dictionary ?

© 2008 by Rob Brautigam - NL - Last update 27 October 2008
Special thanks to Greek/Belgian taxidriver Nikos, who safely brought me home to Amsterdam after I had a serious accident in Brussels.

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