Kostas Biris (1899-1980), also known as Konstantinos Biris (in Greek Κώστας or Κωνσταντίνος Μπίρης), was a well-know Greek architect and city planner, but also a folklorist.
Books, studies and publications
1940, Churches of old Athens
1942, Gypsies: folklore and ethnological study
1945, About placenames in Athens
1946, Reconstruction plan for the Capital city
includes a plan for a unified archaeological park, on the areas of Acropolis, Plaka, Dimosiou Simatos and Iera Odos.
1952, Karaghiozis: The Greek Folk Theater
1954, Rom and gypsies: Ethnography and history of tzigane
1957, History of NTUA
1957, The Young Bloods of Roumeli in the Greek Shadow Theater, (periodical Nea Estia 61)
1958, For modern Athens, studies and contests
1960, Arvanites, the Dorians of modern Hellenism, history of Arvanites Greeks
1962, Apostle Paul in Athens
1966, Athens from the 19th to the 20th century
Unification of the archaeological sites of Athens - Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Town planning in Greece - D. Philippides
Churches on Psirri - book excerpt in Greek, "History of Psirri", by Yiannis Kaerofylas
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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