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Archaic Tyranny in Asia Minor

Archaic Tyranny in Asia Minor (15/2/2006 v.1) Τυραννία Αρχαϊκή στη Μ. Ασία (14/10/2005 v.1)

Archaic tyranny in Asia Minor was a rather similar phenomenon to Archaic tyranny in continental Greece, that is the result of a permanent competition between the strongest aristocrats —even if one cannot forget that the Persian presence was an influent actor of this aristocratic game, which could have weighted a lot in the political balance.



Asia Minor, Trebizond, Secular and ecclesiastical Architecture

Asia Minor, Trebizond, Secular and ecclesiastical Architecture - to be assigned Τραπεζούς, Κοσμική και Εκκλησιαστική Αρχιτεκτονική - to be assigned


Aşağıçobanisa (Tsobanisia)

Aşağıçobanisa (Tsobanisia) - to be assigned Τσομπανησιά (19/12/2007 v.1)

Tsobanisia village, inhabited by a greek-orthodox population, was located close to Magnesia. To all appearances, it was founded in the end of 18th century. There was a train station, and the village was connected with the railway line from Smyrna to Kasaba. The inhabitants of Tsobanisia after 1922 settled in different areas of Greece.


Bandon of Trebizond

Bandon of Trebizond (13/2/2006 v.1) Τραπεζούντος Βάνδον (14/10/2005 v.1)

The bandon of Trebizond was an administrative division covering a small area around Trebizond. Due to its key position, the most important events of its history are connected with the historical fate of the city and the Empire of Trebizond. It is reported on a chrysobull of Alexios III Grand Komnenos (1386). It is not certain whether that late reference corresponds to a pre-existing division of the theme of Chaldia in the Middle Byzantine period.



Banking in Trebizond

Banking in Trebizond - has not been published yet Τραπεζική Δραστηριότητα στην Τραπεζούντα (14/10/2005 v.1)

The economic prosperity of the late 19th and the early 20th centuries led to the development of banking activities in the region, which were closely connected with the great commercial houses involved in the import, export and transit of goods.


Bishopric of Tabia

Bishopric of Tabia  (10/2/2006 v.1) Ταβίας Επισκοπή (14/10/2005 v.1)

Tabia was an episcopal see in the province of Galatia I until the 10th century. It is last mentioned in late 13th century. The bishopric was under the jurisdiction of the metropolis of Ankyra.



Bishopric of Telmessos

Bishopric of Telmessos (10/2/2006 v.1) Τελμησσού Επισκοπή (14/10/2005 v.1)

The bishopric of Telmessos / Makre was in Lycia and belonged to the metropolis of Myra, Lycia, and the Patriarchate of Constantinople. It was united with the bishopric of Lebissos in the 14th century.



Bishopric of Teos

Bishopric of Teos (10/2/2006 v.1) Τέω Επισκοπή (14/10/2005 v.1)

Byzantine Teos, to the northwest of Lebedos, was a bishopric of the province of Asia and was subordinate to the metropolis of Ephesus.



Bishopric of Tralles of Asia

Bishopric of Tralles of Asia - to be assigned Τραλλέων Ασίας Επισκοπή - to be assigned



Çamuca - to be assigned Τσάμτζα (20/12/2007 v.1)

Village located near Michalitsi inhabited by a greek-orthodox population. The inhabitants came primarily from the area of Agrafa and secondarily from other areas of Central Greece. They founded the settlement in the end of the 18th century. There were a girls’ and a boys’ primary school in the village. The inhabitants were occupied in the cultivation of onions and grain, as well as sericulture.