Arapides of Profitis - 3471

George Tatakis
A4 - 60 €

On the day of Epiphany, January 6, in a village nearby Thessaloniki, called Profitis (Prophet), the custom of Arapides takes place. This is a Dionysian custom where people of the village are dressed in goat's skin, wear colorful long hats and hang large pastoral bells around their waists to scare away the Kallikantzaroi.

Prints available at 3 sizes:

  1. Small: 210 x 297 mm - 8.3 x 11.7 in
  2. Medium: 297 x 420 mm - 11.7 x 16.5 in
  3. Large: 420 x 594 mm - 16.5 x 23.4 in

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