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The Medieval Village of Mesta
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This guide to Mesta has been written by Andreas Pashardis, B.A. in History and Archaelogy.

Translation to English by Anna Lykourina, B.A. in English Language and Literature.

A. PashiardisAndreas Pashiardis was born in Cyprus in 1946. He graduated from the Pancyprium Highschool and he studied History and Archaeology in the University of Athens. He works in the middle-education since 1972 in schools of Cyprus and Greece and now he† is a Lyceum Principal in Athens.
During his long educational career, he attended seminars related to his profession, and he did educational visits to schools in Cyprus and Berlin. He was lecturer at a philology seminar about Herodotusí history, held in Chios.
His writings include study books for high school grades, tourist guide for the Mesta village (published in four languages) and a monograph of the poet G. Veritis (Al. Gialas) from Mesta. He became related to Mesta through his wife who originates from the village; Mrs E. Lykourina, highschool principal, graduate of the Philosophy School of the University of Athens.
His interest for this particular village inspired him to search extensively about itís history. None the less, he contributes to the welfare of the village through local cultural organizations and articles published by the local press.
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