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A Historical and Economic Geography of Ottoman Greece: The Southwestern Morea in the 18th Century - Edited by Fariba Zarinebaf
American School of Classical Studies at Athens | December 2005 | ISBN: 0876615345 | 328 pages | PDF | 18 MB

Published as part of Hesperia Supplement Series, this book represents an innovative collaborative approach to the study of a particular region of the Ottoman empire, the southwestern Peloponnese (or Morea), Greece. It combines the study of unpublished Ottoman documents, other historical sources, and the results of diachronic archaeological fieldwork in an examination of the historical and economic geography of the Morea in the early 18th century, the period immediately following the Ottoman reconquest of this region from Venice.

Central to the book is a translation of the section of an Ottoman cadastral survey (defter) listing in great detail properties in the district (kaza) of Anavarin (Navarino, modern Pylos). An introductory chapter outlines the history and methodology of the research project, while the translation is followed by chapters that provide a broader context, drawing on dozens of unpublished Ottoman documents and other sources for the analysis of the information contained in the document and the principles behind its composition. A final chapter summarizes the conclusions drawn from the research, and a series of appendixes offer additional detail, including concordances of the personal- and place-names, an index of properties described, narrative histories of the two fortresses in the region, and a new English translation of the Anavarin section of the 17th-century Turkish traveler Evliya Celebi's Seyahatname (Travel Book).

Dedication
Dedicated to our Turkish and Greek students in hope of promoting a better understanding of a shared history and common humanity.
The authors also dedicate this volume to Halil Inalcik, and to the memory of Nionios Androutsakis, William A. McDonald, and Peter Topping.


Contents

List of Illustrations
List of Tables
Preface and Acknowledgments
Transliteration and Pronunciation
Glossary of Terms

Introduction OTTOMAN STUDIES AND ARCHAEOLOGY IN GREECE

Chapter 1 SOLDIERS INTO TAX-FARMERS AND REAYA INTO SHARECROPPERS: THE OTTOMAN MOREA IN THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD

Chapter 2 TRANSLATIONS OF Two OTTOMAN DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING THE STATE OF THE MOREA AND ANAVARIN IN 1716

Chapter 3 A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HUMAN LANDSCAPE OF THE KAZA OF ANAVARiN

Chapter 4 AN ANALYSIS OF THE OTTOMAN CADASTRAL SURVEY OF ANAVARIN, 1716

Chapter 5 CONCLUSIONS

Appendix I EVLiYA ELEBI'S ACCOUNT OF ANAVARIN
Appendix II THE FORTRESS OF ANAVARIN-i ATIK
Appendix III THE FORTRESS OF ANAVARIN-i CEDID
Appendix IV CONSTRUCTION OF THE OTTOMAN CASTLE OF ANAVARIN-i CEDID

Concordance I NAMES OF THE REAYA IN TT880
Concordance II NAMES OF MUSLIMS IN THE FORTRESS OF ANAVARiN-i CEDID IN TT880
Concordance III TOPONYMS IN TT880
Concordance IV PROPERTIES LISTED IN TT880

References
Index



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