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CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR THE RIGHT TO CHOICE * Ottoman , ecclesiastical and communal justice in Ottoman Greece-- ·
T he Ottoman empire as a multilingual, mulciculmral and multi-ethnic scare attracted che attention of European writers, particularly travellers, from the sixteenth cen tury onwards. The personal… Expand
Central administration versus provincial arbitrary governance: Patmos and Mount Athos monasteries in the 16th century*
- Eugenia Kermeli
- Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
- 1 September 2008
The confiscation of monastic properties ordered by Selim II in 1568 served as a catalyst precipitating a process of negotiation and mutual accommodation between the centre – represented by the sultan… Expand