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DAY 51 – May 2, 2015
ITEA / DELPHI
Another case of location, location, location.
Itea is small resort city with a pleasant waterfront area but only 'pebble' beaches ... but the backdrop is spectacular. Snow-capped mountains and villages clinging to the sides of those mountains .... and one of them is Delphi.
When you first arrive in Delphi you think you arriving in an Alpine ski village.
Then it's on ...
Today - Sunday - is my last day in Lechovo. It was a long day. Church began at 7:15 a.m. and finished at 10:45 a.m. I'll spare you the details. Suffice to know that my role during the Divine Liturgy was maximized as the rubrics permitted.
After another wonderful lunch and needed nap, I was given a private tour of Lechovo’s museum by the mayor and vice-regent of the "county." It’s a collection of local artifacts ...
... unison, they could fix it. I have to blow into squeezed fists to warm my hands so I can fumble through my suitcase to locate those vestments and books needed to conduct services. Success! I’m packed and I begin my walk up to St. Demetrios. It’s quiet, very quiet - the silence is deafening.
Entering into the Narthex, I light a small bee-wax candle and gather my thoughts. A member of the parish counsel greets me and points to the photo of my ...
... was about religion and worship, again there were many clay figurines of the Greek gods, a very interesting lead scroll about 10x4cms with a spell written on it on the occasion of someone's marriage. The agora came next (workshops and business street), there were all sorts if storage jars, measuring weights gold rings designed as seals, coins made from, gold, silver and bronze, pens and writing implements a massive collection. The final part of the exhibit was the finds from the ...
... little surreal being at the site, partly because I knew I was standing on ground that had been traversed by Alexander the Great, and partly because I'm experiencing a strange mix of memories from having been here six years ago combined with the novelty of visiting the site again after so long. When I was here before, I was on a bus with a lot of other grad students, and it was more of a "hop-on, hop-off" type of experience, which is ...