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HH6A Interior, head and shoulders of man lying on back

Some informants identified this photograph as showing Apostolos Apostolidhes on his death bed. The only evidence to support this claim is that the photographs for which there is internal evidence for the corpse in the coffin being Perlorentzos (the initials on the coffin lid, the board giving his name and details) show the head tied around with a white cloth. No cloth is tied around the head in this photograph although, of course, it might have been done later. In the case of Perlorentzos, flowers are tucked around the inside edge of the coffin but not laid across the body. The board giving his details has a wider black edge to it on the top and left-hand side than the black edging on the board at Apostolidhes’s funeral.