Despite growing interest, the archaeology of the so-called Post-Byzantine era in Greece remains a poor cousin of classical studies. The papers in this volume survey the different regions of Greece from an archaeological as well as a documentary perspective, attempting to reveal common themes in the development of landscapes and sites between 1500 and 1800.
Greeks, Venice, and the Ottoman Empire (Siriol Davies and Jack L. Davis); The Smaller Aegean Islands in the 16th-18th Centuries According to Unknown Ottoman Administrative Sources from the Turkish Archives (Machiel Kiel); Notarial Documents as a Historical Source (Aglaia Kasdagli); K tahya between the Lines: Post-Medieval Ceramics as a Source of Historical Information (Joanita Vroom); Population Exchange and Integration of Immigrant Communities in the Venetian Morea, 1687-1715 (Alexis Malliaris); Early Modern Greece: Liquid Landscapes and Fluid Populations (Hamish Forbes); Mountain Landscapes in Early Modern Cyprus (Michael Given); One Colony, Two Mother Cities: Cretan Agriculture under Venetian and Ottoman Rule (Allaire B. Stallsmith); Contrasting Impressions of Land Use in Early Modern Greece: Kythera and the Eastern Korinthia (Timothy E. Gregory); Fragmentary Geo-metry: Approaching the Early Modern Landscapes of the Morea and Cerigo through Text, Image, and Archaeology (John Bennet); Considerations on Creating an Ottoman Archaeology in Greece (John L. Bintliff); Regionalism and Mobility in Early Modern Greece: A Commentary (Bjrn ForsUn); Between Venice and Istanbul: An Epilogue (Curtis Runnels and Priscilla Murray).
Series: Hesperia Supplement
Published: 1st November 2007
Publisher: AMER SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL
Dimensions (cm): 27.838 x 21.463
Weight (kg): 0.885