# What does this sentence of Greek means in the book of Modern Fourier Analysis?

I am reading Loukas Grafakos' book Modern Fourier Analysis and found this apparently Greek text in the first pages

What does it mean?

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I don't know Greek but I bet this is a dedication. –  universalset Dec 20 '13 at 17:55
Hmm, I suspect something a little deeper involving Iona, Constantine and Theodora :-). Not exactly mathematics... –  copper.hat Dec 20 '13 at 17:56
"For John, Constantin and Theodore"...or their female counterparts (Google translate. I only know the letters...:) ) –  DonAntonio Dec 20 '13 at 18:01