Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraïdari (Greek: Έλλη Σουγιουλτζόγλου-Σεραϊδάρη) b.1899 - d.1998 (better known as Nelly's) is one the most celebrated Greek photographers of all time, and during the interwar period became one of the world's most celebrated female photographers. Her pictures of ancient Greek temples against sea and sky backgrounds, which were published by the first Greek ministries of tourism, shaped the first visual images of Greece in the Western mind.
Thessaly, Greece, 1942-1944. Greek kids joined the resistance against the Axis Triple occupation of the country. They were organized in "Aetopoula" (i.e. Young Eagles) affiliated to EAM (i.e. National Liberation Front). They mostly served carrying messages to resistants. Here, four Aetopoula, show the marks or torture by the German occupation forces at Thessaly, perhaps in 1944. They were released because the Germans couldn't break them & spared their lives.
Head of Isis Greek, Hellenistic Period, 280–240 B.C. PLACE OF MANUFACTURE Egypt (probably) DIMENSIONS Height: 29 cm (11 7/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Marble probably from the island of Prokonnesos near Istanbul CLASSIFICATION Sculpture CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ Sculpture in Stone (MFA), no. 090; Sculpture in Stone and Bronze (MFA), p. 109 (additional published references). ACCESSION NUMBER 89.152