History of Macedonia 1354-1833

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History of Macedonia 1354-1833

 

Α. Ε. Vacalopoulos. Translated by Peter Megann  (Institute for Balkan studies, Θεσσαλονικη, 1973)

  

 

« . . . la Macédoine, cette noble partie de la Grèce,

don’t le seul nom retrace à l’esprit tant de hautes ideés . . . »

Père François Tarillon (1714)

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    Preface

  1. THE INVASION OF MACEDONIA BY THE OTTOMANS AND THE RESISTANCE OF THE GREEKS
  2. The Situation in Macedonia in the Years Preceeding the Turkish Occupation
  3. The Appearance of the Ottoman Turks on the Frontiers and the Measures of Manuel II
  4. The Decline of Arts and Letters
  5. The Turkish Advance into Eastern and Central Macedonia, and the Resistance of Serres and Other Smaller Greek Fortresses (1383-1387)
  6. The Turkish Conquest of Central and Western Macedonia
  7. The Distribution of Turkish Settlements in Macedonia (End of 14th Century)

 

  1. THE LAST FOCI OF GREEK RESISTANCE (1383-1387) AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF TURKISH DOMINATION (1391)
  2. The Siege of Thessalonica (1383-1387)
  3. Christopolis and Thessalonica in a State of Vassalage (1387-1391)
  4. Turkish Occupation of the Towns and Rural Areas between 1391 and 1403

 

III. THE REPERCUSSIONS OF THE BATTLE OF ANKARA (1403) ON AFFAIRS IN NORTHERN GREECE

  1. The Situation in Thessalonica and its Environs
  2. The Institutions of Thessalonica in the First Half of 15th Century
  3. Thessalonica under the Venetians and the Hostilities between Venetians and Turks in Macedonia (1423-1430)
  4. The Final Capture of Thessalonica by the Turks (1430)
  5. The Turkish Administration of Macedonia (from the End of the 14th Century)

 

  1. THE TROUBLED STATE OF MACEDONIA IN THE 15thCENTURY
  2. The Flight of Macedonians to the Mountains and Natural Refuges and the Establishment of New Settlements
  3. The Resettlement of Thessalonica and the Founding of Naousa
  4. Revolt of the Inhabitants of Western Macedonia between 1444 and 1449
  5. The Capture of Thasos by the Turks (September-October 1455 and October 1459)
  6. The Situation in Macedonia in the Second Half of the 15th Century
  7. The Influx of Jews into Macedonia
  8. The Infiltration of Jewish Immigrants into the Interior of Macedonia

 

  1. POPULATION MOVEMENTS IN MACEDONIA
  2. The Revival of the Old Urban Centres and the Formation of New Ones
  3. The Great Mining Gentre of Siderokavsia

 

  1. ATHOS DURING THE FIRST TWO CENTURIES OF TURKISH RULE
  2. Life on the Holy Mountain in the Second Half of the 15th Century and during the 16th Century
  3. Echoes of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation on Mount Athos. Attempts of Found centres of Roman Catholicism in Macedonia

 

VII. MACEDONIA IN THE 16th AND 17th CENTURIES

  1. From the Eve of Lepanto to the Middle of the 17th Century; The First Signs of Active Resistance to the Turks
  2. Macedonia in the Second Half of the 17thCentury
  3. a) Northern Macedonia
  4. b) Southern Macedonia
  5. c) Central Macedonia
  6. d) Western Macedonia
  7. e) Thasos
  8. The Activities of the Klephts in Macodonia during the Second Half of the 17th Century

 

VIII. MACEDONIA FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE 18th CENTURY TO THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR OF 1708-1774

  1. The Political Situation in Macedonia from the Treaty of Carlowitz (1099) to the Treaty of Passarowitz (1718)
  2. The Economic Advance of Macedonia after the Treaty of Passarowitz (1718) up to the Middle of the 18th Century
  3. Thessalonica around the Year 1733
  4. Imports and Exports of Macedonia through the Port of Thessalonica after the Middle of the 18th Century
  5. Chaotic Conditions in Western Macedonia. Albanian Incursions
  6. Thasos in the 18th Century up till the Russo-Turkish War of 1708-1774

 

  1. THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR OF 1708-1774 AND ITS REPERCUSSIONS UPON MACEDONIA
  2. The Russians on Thasos (1770-1774)
  3. Disturbances in Macedonia during the Russo-Turkish War (1708-1774)
  4. Anarchy in Macedonia after the End of the Russo-Turkish War
  5. Thasos after the Russo-Turkish War

 

  1. CONVERSIONS TO ISLAM IN MACEDONIA
  2. The Vallahades of Western Macedonia
  3. Conversions to Islam in Other Parts of Macedonia

 

  1. THE NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS REVIVAL OF THE GREEKS OF MACEDONIA
  2. Development of Greek Culture in Macedonia
  3. The Preaching of Kosmas of Aetolia

 

XII. THE EMIGRATION OF MACEDONIANS TO LANDS OUTSIDE GREEGE

  1. Routes, Caravans and Organization of Commerce amongst the Emigrants
  2. Greek- and Vlach-speaking Immigrants in the Countries of the Northern Balkans

 

XIII. THE ECONOMIC, CULTURAL AND POLITICAL INFLUENCES OF MACEDONIAN EMIGRANTS UPON THEIR NATIVE TOWNS

  1. At Sérres and Melnik
  2. Vlach-speaking Villages and Siátista
  3. Kozáni, Bogatsikó and Blátsi
  4. Kastoriá, Kleisoúra and Ohrid
  5. General Conclusions

 

XIV. MACEDONIA IN THE TIME OF ALI PASHA (END OF 18th CENTURY TO THE BEGINNING OF 19th)

  1. The Greek Communities of Northern or Upper Macedonia
  2. Southern or Lower Macedonia
  3. i) The Spread of Ali Pasha's Dominion
  4. ii) The Jurisdiction of Ismail Bey of Sérres over Eastern Macedonia

      iii) The Paşalık of Thessalonica (Region of Thessalonica and Chalcidice)

  1. iv) Chalcidice and its Various Village Federations: Mademochoria with its Mining Association, Hasikochoria, the Villages of Valta, and the Mount Athos Community

 

  1. STIRRINGS OF GREEK FREEDOM MOVEMENTS AND AGTIVITIES WITHIN MACEDONIA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 19thCENTURY
  2. The Serbian Revolt and its Echoes in Greek Lands, particularly in Macedonia
  3. The Movements of Nikotsaras and Thymios Blahavas
  4. Thasos at the Beginning of the 19th Century

 

XVI. MACEDONIA DURING THE GREEK REVOLUTION OF 1821

  1. Pre-revolutionary Stirrings
  2. The Revolt at Polýgyros, its Spread and Repercussions within Thessalonica
  3. The Revolution on Thasos
  4. The Suppression of the Insurrection in Chalcidice and Thasos

 

XVII. THE INSURRECTION ON OLYMPUS AND VÉRMION

  1. Revolutionary Activity in Western Macedonia and the insurrection on Olympus
  2. The Revolt and Destruction of Náousa and its Environs. The Repercussions of Events in Thessalonica and in Western Macedonia

 

XVIII. MACEDONIA AND ITS INHABITANTS AFTER THE INSURRECTION

  1. Macedonian Refugees in Southern Greece and their Part in the Fight for Liberation
  2. The Situation in Macedonia during the Last Years of the Struggle for Greek Independence, with Particular Reference to Western Macedonia

 

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List of publications of A. Vacalopoulos

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