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Chapter 3 consists entirely of an analysis of the toponymy of the part of TT880 translated in Chapter 2. This painstaking analysis has allowed us to compose a nearly complete map of settlement and land use in the district of Anavarin at the beginning of the 18th century. The construction of the map allows us in Chapter 4 to discuss in detail the agricultural system that operated in the district of Anavarin in 1716 and to consider population density, land use, and settlement within the district and their spatial distribution.
19. Lowry 1986, p. 252. 20. Lowry 1986, pp. 255-256. See also Topping 1986, pp. 225-232. 1. TAX-PAYING HOUSEHOLDS (HANES) IN TIMAR AND HASS VILLAGES IN THE DISTRICT OF MODON, 1512-1583 Settlement Forts Towns Mazracas (timar) Villages 1512-1520 1520-1566 1583 2 2 2 2 1 2 21 32 14 35 17 36 (1 iftlik) 1 9iftliks Hanes Muslims Christians Widows Jews Gypsies Total hanes 80 564 9 27 (13 single) (72 single) (Christian) (5 single) 83 (19 single) 523 (92 single) 10 26 (5 single) 22 20 702 662 Sources:TT80 (mufassal), pp.
This CD also contains copies of photographs published in this volume, preparedby Evi Gorogianni, that may be enlarged for closer inspection. Many of these are in color, whereas illustrations in the book are in black and white only. We are confident that Ottomanists, Balkan historians, and archaeologists will benefit from this volume and that our collaboration will make significant contributions to all of these fields. It was a challenge to communicate among the three of us across the gulfs between two very different disciplines with varied methodologies and histories of scholarship,but we hope that the fruits of this undertaking will open the door for more interdisciplinary and regional projects that address Ottoman and Balkan studies.
A Historical and Economic Geography of Ottoman Greece: The Southwestern Morea in the 18th Century (Hesperia Supplement 34) by Fariba Zarinebaf