National Geographic : 1944 May
The Isles of Greece 595 Venders in Brightly Painted Rowboats Greet a Ship off One of the Cyclades Their "bag and baggage" may be anything from sheep to a bell-horned phonograph. The Cyclades (N. Kykladon) are so named because ancients thought they clustered in a circle (kyklos) around Delos. Walter Hege from G. Lambrldls For Such Sponges the Mediterranean Is Not Too Large a Tub Greek sponge fishers reap a rich harvest in the Aegean, where their boats are seen in many a harbor. Greek American sponge fishers have a large share of the Florida-coast sponge trade.