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ZACHARIADOU ELIZABETH (ed.)
Halcyon Days in Crete II. THE VIA EGNATIA UNDER OTTOMAN RULE (1380-1699)
A Symposium Ηeld in Rethymno, 9-11 January 1994

Type of Book: Πρακτικά συνεδρίου
ISBN-10: 960-524-017-3
ISBN-13: 978-960-524-017-2
Characteristics: 17x24 cm, 254 pg
Published: 1997
Current Publication: 1997
Retail Price: €30,00
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     Description

The Via Egnatia crossing the Balkans and stretching from the Adriatic to the Sea of Marmara constituted an axis of strategical and commercial importance for many centuries; it was also connected with cultural exchanges and population movements. The Institute for Mediterranean Studies organised a Symposium focusing on these problems and this volume contains seventeen papers presented at it.

Contents

PART ONE: THE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE PAST
Anna Avramea
, Trace et fonction de la Via Egnatia. Du Iie siecle avant J.-C. au Vie siecle apres J.-C. 

Nicolas Oikonomides, The medieval Via Egnatia         

PART TWO: UNDER THE OTTOMANS
Tulay Artan
, Periods and problems of Ottoman (women’s) patronage on the Via Egnatia         

Irene Beldiceanu-Steinherr, Seyyid ‘Ali Sultan d’ apres les registres ottomans: L’installation de l’ Islam heterodoxe en Thrace 

Melek Delibasi, The Via Egnatia and Selanik (Thessalonica) in the 16th century

Vassilis Demetriades, Vakifs along the Via Egnatia     

Feridun M. Emecen, From Selanik to Manisa: Some information about the immigration of the Jewish weavers  

Aldo Gallotta, Ilyas beg, I mutevelli e le origini di Corizza (Korce/Gorice)      

Gyorgy Hazai, Routes et langues dans les Balkans       

Colin Heywood, The Via Egnatia in the Ottoman period: The menzilhanes of the Sol Kol in the late 17th/early 18th century         

Machiel Kiel, Ottoman biulding activity along the Via Egnatia: The cases of Pazargah, Kavala and Ferecik        

Irene Melikoff, Les voies de penetration de l’heterodoxie islamique en Thrace et dans les Balkans aux XIVe-Xve siecles         

Rhodas Murphey, Patterns of trade along the Via Egnatia in the 17th century    

Ilber Ortayli, Rodosto (extension en Marmara de la Via Egnatia) au XVIe siecle          

Traian Stoianovich, A route type: The Via Egnatia under Ottoman rule           

Gilles Veinstein, Avlonya (Vlore), une etape de la Voie Egnatia dans la seconde moitie du XVIE siecle?          

Elizabeth Zachariadou, From Avlona to Antalya: Reviewing the Ottoman military operations of the 1380s       

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