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"Despite turning out to be curiosity, the archaeology of the so-called Post-Byzantine period in Greece is still a negative cousin of classical reports. The papers during this quantity survey the several areas of Greece from an archaeological in addition to a documentary viewpoint, trying to show universal issues within the improvement of landscapes and websites among 1500 and 1800.

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Pylas Regional Archaeological Project, Part VI: Administration and Settlement in Venetian Navarino," Hespena 73, pp. 59-120. Davis, J. L. 1991. "Contributions to a Mediterranean Rural Archaeology: Historical Case Studies from the Ottoman Cyclades,"]MA 4, pp. 131-216. - - - , ed. 1998. from Nestor to Navarino, Austin. di Krienen, Conte H. L. P. 1773. ione dt! Arciptlago e partiwlarmente delle diciotto is ole sottomesse l'amw 1771 af dominio russo, Leghorn. Dimitropoulos, C. P. 1983. T]cr{t~ tT1~ K(et~" (diss.

An Assemblage of Frankish Pottery at Corinth," Hesperia 56, pp. 159-195. 1996. 147-177. s, K. 2000. econrtruaing Past Stallsmith, A. B. 2004. ~The Settlement History of the Ottoman to Modern Periods: 1669 to 20th Century," in Reports on the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete 2: The Settlement History ofthe Vrolwstro A>-ea and Related Studies, ed. B. J. Hayden, Philadelphia, pp. 279-325. - - - . , A. B. StaUsmith. Stedman, N. 1996. "Land-Use and Settlement in Post-Medieval Central Greece: An Interim Discussion," in Lock and Sanders 1996, pp.

By 1647, Rethymon, Chania, and most of the smaller fortresses had fallen, and Ottoman efforts were focused on Candia (modern lraklion). By 1669, nearly all of the island was in Muslim hands, and the Ottomans had long since set in place an administration that would persist for more than two centuries. Both Venetian and Ottoman systems ofgovernance on the island are the topics discussed by Allaire B. Stallsmith in Chapter 8. Crete was unified with the modern Greek state in 1913. KYTHERA The island of Kythera came under Venetian control after 1204 and was ceded to a Venetian noble family, the Venieri.

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