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Book Number   000291647
ISBN   Link9789609439398
Title   LinkOttoman Corinthia / edited by Seyyed Mohammad Taghi Shariat-Panahi.
Imprint   Link[s.l.] : Πανεπιστημιακές Εκδόσεις Θεσσαλίας, 2015.
Descr.   277 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 30 cm.
Language   eng
Gen. note   This book was printed under the program Copis funded by the Hellenic Ministry of Education and the European Union
Bibliogr.   Including bibliographical references and index of place names
Contents   Preface: Seyyed Mohammad Taghi Shariat-Panahi -- Introduction: Corinth and the archaeology of the poor/Guy D. R. Sanders -- Chap. 1: Demography, economy and settlements: the life of the common people in Ottoman Corinthia/S. M. T. Shariat-Panahi -- Chap. 2: The invisible cultural landscape: remains of settlements of the Ottoman period in the Corinthian countryside -- Chap.3: Ottoman Corinthia through interdisciplinary studies. Introduction on the architectural study/Eleni I. Kanetaki -- Church-building in Ottoman Corinthia/Yannis D. Varalis -- Index
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkCorinth region (Greece) -- Antiquities
  LinkArchitecture, Ottoman -- Greece -- Korinthia
  LinkGreece -- History -- 1453-1821
Add.Entry   LinkShariat-Panahi, Seyyed Mohammad Taghi
 
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