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Author:Patrick Leigh Fermor [Leigh Fermor, Patrick]

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ISBN: 9781590175194

Publisher: New York Review Books

Published: 2011-10-11T22:00:00+00:00

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Mani: Travels in the Southern Peloponnesse (New York Review Books Classics) by Patrick Leigh Fermor

[1] Put forward by Prof. Kouyeas of Athens University and quoted by Mr. Dimitrakos-Messisklis, op. cit.

[2] George Wheler in 1675, A Journey into Greece.

[3] The discoverer of both the sandwich and the islands.

 

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Author:Patrick Leigh Fermor [Leigh Fermor, Patrick]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781590175194

Publisher: New York Review Books

Published: 2011-10-11T22:00:00+00:00
[1] Put forward by Prof. Kouyeas of Athens University and quoted by Mr. Dimitrakos-Messisklis, op. cit.

[2] George Wheler in 1675, A Journey into Greece.

[3] The discoverer of both the sandwich and the islands.

[4] Cornelius de Paneo.

[5] This village, largely inhabited by shepherds who are semi-nomadic between there and the Preveza area, also produced the poet Krystallis.

[6] Tourloti is a dialect corruption of the word “Troulloti” which means “cupola-ed.” Troullos is a cupola, the same word as trullo, which southern Italians apply to those strange beehive dwellings cohering in scores in the Apulian villages of Alberobello and Casarotonda near Bari, the old Byzantine capital of Magna Grecia. They are one of the minor phenomena of architecture and the only things that I have seen at all similar are the beehive shepherd huts high on Ida and the White Mountains in Crete.

[7] From the Phanar quarter of Constantinople, round the Oecumenical Patriarchate, the spiritual headquarters of all Orthodox Christianity, and the centre of all the financial and intellectual life of the Sultan’s Greek subjects.

[8] The Cantacuzene family—the most nearly verifiable of all surviving Byzantine dynasties—took root and reigned in Roumania long before the arrival of the Phanariots, thus escaping the tainted adjective. The most representative of the Phanariots are the families of Ghika (of southern Albanian origin), Mavrocordato and Soutso (from Chios), Ypsilanti and Moruzi (both of whom originated in the fallen Comnenian empire of Trebizond) and Mavroyeni from the Aegean and Rosetti (reputedly of Italian origin). Cantemir the historian and the Callimachi family were Hellenized Moldavians and the Caradja are presumed to have come from Ragusa in Dalmatia. The Rakovitza, Sturdza, Stirbey, and Bibesco families were of Roumanian stock. But all through the eighteenth century Greek was the court language, and it was Greek Constantinople that shed its glow on their little provincial capitals. All of them possessed immense estates in Roumania, many of which existed till a few years ago.

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