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A comprehensive history of the Latins of Asia Minor up to the present day also with discussions on various cultural and social issues such as “identity” and “nation”.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-722-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 25,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 163
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-722-5
$124.00
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Livio Missir de Lusignan is an Italian Levantine who was born in Izmir (ancient Smyrna) in western Turkey. In addition to his brilliant academic career including a doctorate in law, research in various universities and many publications, he became the cultural attaché of the Secretary of the European Union and published many books and essays on Levantines in the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey. In Familles Latines de l’Empire Ottoman he focuses on the Latin population of the Ottoman Empire and presents a comprehensive history of the Latins in Asia Minor up to the 21st century. He also discusses the concepts of “Latin identity” and “Latin nation” as well as various cultural and social issues in relation with the Ottoman Levantines.

Livio Missir de Lusignan is an Italian Levantine who was born in Izmir (ancient Smyrna) in western Turkey. In addition to his brilliant academic career including a doctorate in law, research in various universities and many publications, he became the cultural attaché of the Secretary of the European Union and published many books and essays on Levantines in the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey. In Familles Latines de l’Empire Ottoman he focuses on the Latin population of the Ottoman Empire and presents a comprehensive history of the Latins in Asia Minor up to the 21st century. He also discusses the concepts of “Latin identity” and “Latin nation” as well as various cultural and social issues in relation with the Ottoman Levantines.

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Livio Missir de Lusignan

  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 9)
  • I. EN GUISE DE PREFACE (page 11)
  • 1229-1999 : L'OCCODENT FACE A LA GLOBALITE OTTOMANE 1 (page 13)
  • LE PRESUPPOSE OTTOMAN DU PROCHE-ORIENT ACTUEL1 (page 17)
  • LE PRINCIPE DE LA REPARTITION DU TRAVAIL DANS L'EMPIRE OTTOMAN1 (page 23)
  • II. LA LATINITE OTTOMANE (page 29)
  • INTRODUCTION A L'HISTOIRE DE LA LATINITE OTTOMANE1 (page 31)
  • EXISTE-T-IL, (OU A-T-IL EXISTE), UNE <> ?1 (page 35)
  • LA NATION LATINE EN TERRITOIRE OTTOMAN 1 (page 43)
  • III. LES FAMILLES DE LA LATINITE OTTOMANE (page 49)
  • EMIGRATION ET IMMIGRATION: L'EXEMPLE OTTOMAN PAR RAPPORT A LA FRANCE ET LA COMMUNAUTE LATINE DE SMYRNE1 (page 51)
  • III. LES FAMILLES DE LA LATINITE OTTOMANE (page 65)
  • THE EASTERN LATIN GENEALOGIES SINCE 14531 (page 67)
  • LE DERNIER MOT SUR LES ORIGINES LEVANTINES D'ANDRE CHENIER : SA GRAND'MERE NEE MAMAKY DE LUSIGNAN1 (page 79)
  • LES CARDONA DE LUSIGNAN1 (page 101)
  • LA DESCENDANCE INTERNATIONALE D'ABRAHAM TOPUZ (1865), NEGOCIANT EXPORTATEUR A SMYRNE, ET DE SA FEMME GRAZIA MISSIR (1793-1881)1 (page 109)
  • UNE FAMILLE MELKITE CATHOLIQUE DE SMYRNE LES PHARAON ET LEUR DESCENDANCE INTERNATIONALE1 (page 123)
  • IV. VARIA (page 133)
  • LATINITE ET TURQUITE A SMYRNE1 (page 135)
  • LA GENEALOGIE EN GRECE ET EN TURQUIE EN TANT QU'EXPRESSION DE LA POLITIQUE DE L'ETAT1 (page 141)
  • LES REHERCHES GENEALOGIQUES EN TURQUIE SONT-ELLES POSSIBLES ?1 (page 149)
  • ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH RECORDS IN TURKEY: HOW TO USE THEM FOR GENEALOGY AND FAMILY HISTORY1 (page 153)
  • LE VILLAGE TURC DE LORD BYRON1 (page 159)