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I Kath’imas Anatoli is a collection of papers by Richard Clogg on the Greeks inhabiting Ottoman Anatolia.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-134-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 11,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 412
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-134-3
$184.00
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Richard Clogg’s I Kath’imas Anatoli (“our Anatolia”) is a collection of articles which discuss the former Greek presence in Asia Minor. The papers deal with the experience of the Greek peoples under Ottoman rule before and after the start of the Greek War of Independence in 1821 and up until 1923 when the Treaty of Lausanne mandated the population exchange with Turkey. Amongst the papers, Clogg looks at the community in Smyrna (Izmir), which was a main point of contact between Greeks and Europeans. Additionally, his papers address missionary efforts directed at Greeks, the independence struggle and Greek perceptions of their history. Clogg also includes four articles on Karamanli and the Karamanlidies, the Turkish-speaking Greeks of the Ottoman Empire.

Richard Clogg’s I Kath’imas Anatoli (“our Anatolia”) is a collection of articles which discuss the former Greek presence in Asia Minor. The papers deal with the experience of the Greek peoples under Ottoman rule before and after the start of the Greek War of Independence in 1821 and up until 1923 when the Treaty of Lausanne mandated the population exchange with Turkey. Amongst the papers, Clogg looks at the community in Smyrna (Izmir), which was a main point of contact between Greeks and Europeans. Additionally, his papers address missionary efforts directed at Greeks, the independence struggle and Greek perceptions of their history. Clogg also includes four articles on Karamanli and the Karamanlidies, the Turkish-speaking Greeks of the Ottoman Empire.

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 7)
  • PREFACE (page 9)
  • THE GREEKS AND THEIR PAST (page 19)
  • THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ADHAMANTIOS KORAIS WITH THOMAS BURGESS 1789-1792 (page 35)
  • THE SMYRNA 'REBELLLION'OF 1797:SOME DOCUMENTS FROM THE BRITISH ARCHIVES (page 65)
  • THE LIBRARY OF THE LEVANT COMPANY'S FACTORY IN SMYRNA(1805 ) (page 111)
  • THE FOUNDATION OF THE SMYRNA BIBLE SOCIETY(1818) (page 123)
  • TWO ACCOUNTS OF THE ACADEMY OF AYVALIK(KYDONIES)IN 1818-1819 (page 137)
  • TWO AMERICAN PHILHELLENES AT THE ACADEMY OF CHIOS IN 1820 (page 173)
  • THE CLASSICS AND THE MOVEMENT FOR GREEK INDEPENDENCE (page 183)
  • SMYRNA IN 1821:Documents from the Levant Company Archives in the Public Record Office (page 203)
  • ASPECTS OF THE MOVEMENT FOR GREEK INDEPENDENCE (page 239)
  • QUAKERS AND THE MOVEMENT FOR GREEK INDEPENDENCE (page 273)
  • A KARAMANLIDIKA INSCRIPTION FROM MOUNT ATHOS(1818) (page 291)
  • NOTES ON SOME KARAMANLI BOOKS PRINTED BEFORE 1850 NOW IN BRITISH LIBRARIES,WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE BIBLE TRANSLATIONS OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY (page 295)
  • THE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF KARAMANLI TEXTS BY THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY BEFORE 1850,I (page 335)
  • THE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF KARAMANLI TEXTS BY THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY BEFORE 1850,II (page 363)
  • A MILLET WITHIN A MILLET:THE KARAMANLIDES (page 389)