The Albanians in the Chronicle(s) of Ioannina: An Anthropological Approach

  title={The Albanians in the Chronicle(s) of Ioannina: An Anthropological Approach},
  author={T. Sansaridou-Hendrickx},
  journal={Acta Patristica et Byzantina},
  pages={287 - 306}
ABSTRACT This article analyses the position and image of the Albanians—according to the two versions of the Chronicle of Ioannina—in the history of Epiros during the 14th century. By means of a comparative approach, it also examines the different, sometimes opposed, interpretations of the image and role of the Albanians as an ethnic group by modern scholars. 
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