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25/10/2007
Engraving of Gytheion


Engraving of Gytheion [Marathonisi]. A commercial port, especially from the early 19th century. Gennadius ....

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25/10/2007
Portrayal of captured Christians


Portrayal of captured Christians being led violently to the slave bazaars. Gennadius Library. From the book: Kyriakos N. Stappas Laconia under Turkish and ....

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25/10/2007
Portrayal of the Monemvasia peninsula:


Flat portrayal and an impressive framing of the Monemvasia peninsula. By A. Locatelli, Gennadius Library. From the book: Kyriakos N. Stappas Laconia under ....

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Elos [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods, as there are no...

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Epano Mani [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods, as there are no official statistics. One ....

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Kato Mani [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods, as there are no official statistics. One ....

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Monemvasia [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods as there are no official statistics. One ....

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Mystras [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods, as there are no official statistics. One ....

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25/10/2007
Table showing the population of the province Chrysafa [1700]


It would be impossible to record chronologically and with precision the population of Laconia during the Ottoman and Venetian periods, as there are no official statistics. One ....

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25/10/2007
Engraving of Zarnata fortress


Panoramic view of Zarnata fortress, near Kampos Avias. Gennadius Library. From the book: Laconia under ....

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25/10/2007
Engraving of Monemvasia


Monemvasia under Venetian occupation. Gennadius Library. A: Old Tower B: Garrison C: Gate of the Upper Garrison D: Garrison emplacement E: Lower Garrison Town F: Bridge ....

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25/10/2007
Venetian elements, population of Laconia


Table showing the Venetian elements in the population of Laconia, 1691 1700. From the book: Laconia During ....

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25/10/2007
The Eurotas Bridge


The Eurotas Bridge [Kopanos]. Built in 1749, it collapsed in 1902. Photograph from the Gennadius ....

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25/10/2007
Diros Cave, Mani Monument to the Maniot women who humiliated Ibrahim


From 22 to 23 June 1826 the Ottoman general Ibrahim, using the tactic of multiple attacks (Verga, Areopolis, Diros Tower, Haria), attempted to subject Mani, but from everywhere ....

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25/10/2007
Register of the monasteries in the province Mystras [1829]


Register of the monasteries operating in 1829 in the then province of Mystras [Lacedaemonia]. The table is ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed [1900]


Notary deed on the programme of an auction, held at Molaoi, Laconia on 6 January ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed from 1895


otary deed from 1895, deed of ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed [1899]


Notary deed drawn up at ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed [1901]


Notary deed on the digest of the adjudication of a ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed [1903]


Notary deed relating to a gift between ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed [January 1895]


Digest of the adjudication of a compulsory ....

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25/10/2007
Notary deed: Deed of sale


Typical deed of sale of the day [late 19th century], drawn up at Monemvasia. Notary deeds are a ....

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25/10/2007
Kelefas fortress


Sketch of the Mani fortress Kelefas. Gennadius Library. From the book: Kyriakos N. Stappas, Laconia under ....

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25/10/2007
Map of East and Central Mani, 1832


From the map of the Peloponnese of the French Expedition [Paris 1832] printed in the ....

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25/10/2007
Map of the province of Monemvasia


Province of Monemvasia: A) Central and North section, with the borders with Mystras province marked B) Central and South section [Monemvasia Peninsula Cape ....

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25/10/2007
Map of the province of Mystras


Map of the province of Mystras: Central and South section [Kato Riza, Vardounochoria, Elochoria]. From Map IV of the Peloponnese, French Expedition [Paris 1832], printed in ....

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25/10/2007
Map of Laconia, published 1833


From the map Carte General de Moree et des Cyclades, published 1833 Paris [Expedition de Moree] The region of Laconia-Kynouria [broader],Atlas, Gennadius ....

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25/10/2007
Map of the Vroustochoria region


Vroustochoria region, rear villages [Mystras]: Leontari, Eblakika. From Map IV of the Peloponnese, French Expedition [Paris 1832], printed in the Atlas volume, Gennadius ....

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25/10/2007
Map of the Stavropigi region


Map of the region of Stavropigi, Androuvista [Mani]. From Map IV of the Peloponnese, French Expedition [Paris 1832], printed in the Atlas volume, Gennadius ....

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25/10/2007
The Archaic and Classical period in Laconia:


From ancient Greek mythology, we learn that the first inhabitants of Laconia were the Leleges [of Pelasgian origin], who were later Hellenised. This was followed by the ....

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25/10/2007
First Byzantine period


During the first Byzantine period, Laconia came under the Eparchy of Hellas, and, after the creation of themata, to the thema of the Peloponnese. The general of this thema was based in Corinth. In AD 746, as the historian Theophanes records...

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25/10/2007
Roman period in Laconia:


After the fall of Corinth [146 BC] and the subjugation of Greece to the Romans, Sparta and the Peloponnesian League did not lose their freedom and were able to keep many of their privileges as allies of Rome. In 22 BC, the Peloponnesian League...

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25/10/2007
Frankish rule in Laconia


During the fall of Constantinople to the Franks in 1204, two cities were flourishing in Laconia, Lacedaemonia and Monemvasia, the first of which was taken by the Franks in 1207 and...

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