Seferiades

Se·fe·ri·a·des

(sĕ-fĕ′rē-ä′thēs), Giorgos Stylianou Pen name George Seferis. 1900-1971.
Greek poet and diplomat whose poetic works are imbued with references to ancient Greek history and classical mythology. He won the 1963 Nobel Prize for literature.

Se•fe•ri•a•des

(sɛˌfɛr iˈɑ ðis)

n. Giorgos Stylianou
(George Seferis),
1900–71, Greek poet and diplomat: Nobel prize 1963.
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