|Title:||Ο Μικρόν ο Πρίγκηπας|
|Publisher:||VLACH | Afoí Kyriakídi|
|Place:||Vienna, Austria | Thessaloniki, Greece|
Remarks: This very beautiful edition is the side-product of an interesting scientific project on 'Vanishing Languages and Cultural Heritage (VLACH)', run by the Austrian Academy of Sciences under the auspices of Prof. Thede Kahl. The book has been published in collaboration with the Thessaloniki-based Afoí Kyriakídi publisher. Thanks to Thede Kahl and his team!
|Title:||Ο Μικρόν Πρίγκιπας|
Remarks: Second Pontic edition, published around the same time as the first one.
Pontic Greek is a variety of Modern Greek originally spoken in the Pontus area on the southern shores of the Black Sea, northeastern Anatolia, the Eastern Turkish/Caucasus province of Kars, southern Georgia and today mainly in northern Greece. Its speakers are referred to as Pontic Greeks. The linguistic lineage of Pontic stems from Ionic Greek via Koine and Byzantine Greek, and contains influences from Georgian, Russian, Turkish and Armenian. See more on Wikipedia.
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