The Greek Church of Constantinople and the Ottoman Empire

  title={The Greek Church of Constantinople and the Ottoman Empire},
  author={G. Georgiades Arnakis},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={235 - 250}
  • G. G. Arnakis
  • Published 1 September 1952
  • History
  • The Journal of Modern History
A STUDY of the relations of the Greek Orthodox church and the Ottoman Empire during the long period of Turkish rule in the Near East reveals so many inconsistencies on the part of the Turks that one may be led into thinking that their much-spoken-of policy of religious toleration was of an erratic, haphazard nature and was conveniently ignored when new circumstances seemed to suggest a different course of action. At times information pertaining to practically the same era leads to widely… 
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