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"Despite transforming into curiosity, the archaeology of the so-called Post-Byzantine period in Greece continues to be a negative cousin of classical stories. The papers during this quantity survey different areas of Greece from an archaeological in addition to a documentary viewpoint, trying to show universal issues within the improvement of landscapes and websites among 1500 and 1800.

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In Chapter 9, Timothy Gregory draws on archaeological, historical, and documentary information to address similar themes and to reconstruct pictures of agricultural exploitation in the Ottoman Carinthia and on the Venetian island ofKythera. He concludes that the systems of administration in the two regions differed considerably because the goals set by the Ottoman and Venetian empires varied. The Ottomans wished to capitalize on the rich produce of areas that could easily be manipulated as cash crops.

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245-265. , J. Benner, and J. L. Davis. 2005. A Historual and Econom1c Geography of Ottoman Greece: The Southwestern Morea in the 18th Century (Hesperia Suppl. 34), Princeton. Ziadeh-Seely, G. 2000. "The Archaeology of Ottoman Ti'innik An Interdisciplinary Approach," in Baram and CarroU 2000, pp. 79~91. CHAPTER I GREEKS, VENICE, AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE by Siriol Davies and jack L. Davis The history of Venice's territorial possessions in the Aegean area begins at the start of the 13th century, when the Republic agreed to transport the Fourth Crusade to the Holy Land.

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