Author(s) : Touloumakos Pantelis (16/5/2005)Translation : Velentzas Georgios (22/6/2006)
For citation: Touloumakos Pantelis , "Karolidis, Pavlos", 2006,Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, Asia MinorURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=8721>
The historian Pavlos Karolidis (1849-1930) was one of the most important Greek Orthodox scholars from Asia Minor. He made a career as professor of history at the Athens university in Greece and later was involved in the political life of the Ottoman Empire. His ideaology reflects both developments in Modern Greek historiography and the conceptions about the Greek Orthodox of Asia Minor as well as the relations between Greece and the Ottoman Empire.
Historian, Professor at the University of Athens
Date and Place of Death
Date and Place of Birth
1849, Androniki (Endürlük)
2. Education – Upbringing
3. 1. The ‘Cappadocian Circle’
3. 2. The Change in Karolidis’ Research Interests
3. 3. Political Activity of Pavlos Karolidis
3. 4. The Last Years (1915-1930)
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