Γεώργιος Λαμπάκης


Correspondence
  Including over a thousand letters from Greece and abroad in various languages, the Archive is revealing of G.L.’s plurality, his incredible work ethic, his humanity, his cosmopolitan world view and the methodical approach which may have been a product of his German education: Every letter is annotated and marked […]

Correspondence


Manuscripts
This large section (19 folders) includes the majority of G.L.’s manuscripts, organized thematically and formally. They include: Historical studies Archaeological studies Projects not written up Lesson plans Lecture notes Liturgical matters Hymnological matters Ecumenical matters Reviews-Contretemps Speeches (special occasions, in memoriam etc.) All in all, 386 documents have been located […]

Manuscripts



      Page1 Page2 Page3 Page4 Page1 ARTICLE TITLE JOURNAL TITLE DATE FANEROMENI MONASTERY ROS AUGUST 1882 THE STATE OF OUR CHRISTIAN ANTIQUITIES AION 30/9/1983 ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE FEAST OF THE ANNUNCIATION WEEKLY BULLETIN 25/3/1984 FAST SUNDAY WEEKLY BULLETIN 1/4/1984 SUMMARY OF THE HOLY EASTER WEEK SERVICES BY G. […]

Articles




Small bound volumes, bought journals, divided between personal and travel diaries. The Archive holds 21 personal journals covering a considerable portion of his life: 1892-1913. The travel journals are, of course, the most interesting. There are 74 of them, sorted and numbered from 209 to 283 by G.L. himself. Apparently […]

Diaries


      1. A general introduction to Christian Archaeology: A lecture delivered at the National University on 25 November, 1896. Georgios Lampakis, 1854-1914. Athens : Law School Typography , 1897. 15 pages Digital file from Anemi at the following address  http://goo.gl/X0fc3 2. Religious works. Georgios Lampakis,  Athens : Paraskeua […]

Published books




Biography
«The scholar who pioneered the study and preservation of Christian monuments in Greece.» Georgios D. Lampakis (G.L.) was born on 18 February 1854 in Athens to Dimitrios Lampakis and Margarita Plati of Tinos. He was the third of the family’s four children, coming after Ioannis and Eleni and before Emmanouil. […]

Biography



    In addition to everything Georgios D. Lampakis left to the Christian Archaeological Society and other institutions on his early death, his personal archive passed into the care of his brother Ioannis’ family, who looked after it extremely well. Georgios D. Lampakis’ oeuvre has now been archived and documented […]

Georgios D. Lampakis (1854-1914) Byzantinist