The books you will find on this site are mainly, but not exclusively, concerned with the forms and expressions of Greek life and culture that emerged during the post-Byzantine period while still remaining deeply rooted in the spiritual inheritance of Greek Christendom. This life and culture is often identified by the enigmatic word Romiosyni, which derives from the connection of the Greeks with 'new Rome' — Constantinople — and the Eastern Roman Empire. People who dwelt within this Empire called themselves Romioi — Romans — hence Romiosyni, which in a non-nationalistic sense could be rendered as Hellenism. It is for this reason that many of books on this site have been published within the encompass of what is called 'The Romiosyni Series'. Romiosyni is a word that has both historical and emotional connotations and expresses for modern Greeks a particular aspect of their national identity. Historically, this identity was not limited to a political, racial or territorial boundary, and this sense of nationality depended more on the sharing of a certain milieu, almost a state of mind, than on anything else.

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Our most recent publications

Alexandros Papadiamandis
The Boundless Garden: Volume II

The stories included in this second volume of Alexandros Papadiamandis’s literary work were written during the years 1894–1902, a period regarded as his most creative. As the nineteenth century gives way to the twentieth, in these stories we are presented with an unrivalled gallery of authentic individuals who are emerging out of a... more

Maria Iordanidou

Loxandra of ‘big arched feet and slim ankles‘, of ‘big hands like those of a patriarch...hands for kissing, fingers long and shapely, made to bless and to smell of mahlepi and incense, hands made for giving’, was born, it is said, in the times of Abdül-Medjid I, the 31st Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, who reigned from 18... more

Lambros Kamperidis
The Rider The Steed The Dragon

Peris Ieremiadis (1939–2007) was born in Athens and studied painting at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He lived and worked in Paris for several years, returning to Greece in 1972, and thereafter was based mainly in Athens where his work was regularly exhibited in various galleries. His renowned series of works on Saint George, which ... more

George Seferis & Philip Sherrard
This Dialectic of Blood and Light

‘ . . . this dialectic of blood and light
which is the history of your people . . . ’

Sherrard to Seferis, 20 March 1950


Hieromonk Gregorios
The Orthodox Faith, Worship, and Life

This new English publication of the Cell of St John the Theologian, Koutloumousiou Monastery, Mount Athos, has been translated from their 2012 Geek edition which was written to help those who are seeking for a closer understanding of the faith, worship and life of the Orthodox Church. The first part on faith includes sections on the Triune God, creati... more

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