History of Thessaloniki

By: VACALOPOULOS, Apostolos E.

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VACALOPOULOS, Apostolos E. A History of Thessaloniki. Translated by T.F. CARNEY. Thessaloniki: Institute for Balkan Studies, 1972. Pp. [i]-xi,(1),[1]-153,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, beige card covers with attached dj. Chapters: Part one: 1. Position, Foundation and Name of Thessaloniki; 2. The Hellenistic Age in Macedonia; 3. The Roman Period; 4. The Early Christian Period; Part two: 1. Avar-Slav Invasions; 2. Capture of Thessaloniki by the Saracens; 3. The Bulgarian Wars and Thessaloniki; 4. The Normans and Thessaloniki; 5.Thessaloniki as Capital of a Frankish Kingdom and under Greek Rulers; 6. C ulture and Intellectual Activity. Organization of State and Society in Fourteenth Century Thessaloniki; 7. The Hesychast and the Zealot Rising; 8. Thessaloniki up to its Capture by the Turks; 9. The Final Capture of Thessaloniki by the Tyrks; Part three: 1. The First Two Centuries After the Sack; 2.Thessaloniki in the Seventeenth Century; 3. Thessaloniki in the Eighteenth Century; 4. Thessaloniki and the Revolution of 1821; 5. Fires and Epidemic s: The Two Dreadful Scourges of Thessaloniki Under Turkish Rule; 6. Thessaloniki: Progress and Beautification; 7. The Dramatic Events that took place in Thessaloniki in 1876; 8. Revolutionary Movements Amongst the Greeks of Thessaloniki up to the time when the Greek Army Entered the City; 9. Thessaloniki from 1912 to 1918; 10. Thessaloniki from the First World War to Our Times. Top of spine slightly crunched, some creasing to covers and dj edgewear to dj. 30.00

Title: History of Thessaloniki

Author Name: VACALOPOULOS, Apostolos E.

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Publisher: Institute for Balkan Studies, Thessaloniki, 1972,:

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