R. = room, also route.
B. = breakfast.
D. = dinner.
A. = attendance.
L. = light.
dej. = dejeuner, luncheon.
rfmts. = refreshments.
pens. = pension (i. e. hoard and
51. = Engl. mile.
ft. = Engl. feet.
Hag. = Hagios, Hagia (saint).
N. = north, northern, etc.
S. = south etc.
E. = east, etc.
W. = west etc.
hr. = hour.
min. = minute.
dr. = drachma.
1. = lepton.
fr. — franc.
c. = centime.
ca. = circa (about).
comp. = compare.
Asterisks are employed as marks of commendation.
Topographical Terms. The following are some of the commonest Greek
topographical and other terms occurring in the text.
Eremoklisi, ruined chapel.
Hagios (fern, hagia, pi. hagii), saint.
Kavo (officially Akroterion), cape.
Kalyvia, huts, hamlet.
Kephaldri, copious spring or source.
Metdchi, farm, especially a convent-
Moni (moni), convent.
Nesion, nisi, island.
Palaedkastro, ruined fortress.
Panagia, Madonna and Child (p. liii).
Panegyris (panfgiris), church-festival
of a religious and social character,
like the Breton 'pardons'.
Pegddi (pigadi), well.
Hatia (TtXaxcia), square, the Italian
P6tamos. river (diminutive, Fotdmi).
Bevma, dry, deep - sunken river¬
Skdla, 1. landing-place or quay (Ital¬
ian 'marina'); '2. rough rocky path
Taxiarchae, the three Archangels Ga¬
briel, Michael, and Raphael.
Trias (Triada), Trinity.
Voun6 (pi. vouni), mountain.
Kdto, below, Lower-
Epdno or Apdno, above, Upper-
It should be noticed that the Julian Calendar, which is thirteen
days behind the Gregorian, is still followed in Greece. January 1st in
Greece corresponds therefore to January 14th in Western Europe.