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Old 07-20-2020, 11:28 AM   #351
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JOURNAL ARTICLE
Albanian Settlements in the Aegean Islands
F. W. Hasluck
The Annual of the British School at Athens
Vol. 15 (1908/1909), pp. 223-228

Samos and Psara received their share of Albanian settlers.

Authorities are fairly agreed that Samos and Psara were deserted for a hundred years. Jerome Justinian speaks of their repopulation after the fall of Chios (1566) by 'une nouvelle nation estrangere' ('a new foreign nation').

This is explained easily enough in Samos by the existence of villages such as Arvanitochori and Leka of acknowledged Albanian origin, which probably date from the settlement of Samos by Kilidj Ali and still spoke Albanian at the end of the 17th century. The Albanian inhabitants are said to have come from the Peloponnese.

In the case of Psara, Pouqueville visited the island in 1799 and as former consul at Jannina should certainly have recognized Albanians, describes the Psarians as such.

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JOURNAL ARTICLE
Albanian Settlements in the Aegean Islands
F. W. Hasluck
The Annual of the British School at Athens
Vol. 15 (1908/1909), pp. 223-228

Samos and Psara received their share of Albanian settlers.

Authorities are fairly agreed that Samos and Psara were deserted for a hundred years. Jerome Justinian speaks of their repopulation after the fall of Chios (1566) by 'une nouvelle nation estrangere' ('a new foreign nation').

This is explained easily enough in Samos by the existence of villages such as Arvanitochori and Leka of acknowledged Albanian origin, which probably date from the settlement of Samos by Kilidj Ali and still spoke Albanian at the end of the 17th century. The Albanian inhabitants are said to have come from the Peloponnese.

In the case of Psara, Pouqueville visited the island in 1799 and as former consul at Jannina should certainly have recognized Albanians, describes the Psarians as such.
From the same author / journal article - page 227.



The french text/quote by St. Blancard (speaking in 1538) above states that the "Slavonians, Albanians, and Servians" were settled in the country round the Granicus, Asia Minor! The second half of that quote says that this is done in several/multiple regions in order to mix the languages of the populations.

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''Boeotia, with Euboea, is largely in the hands of Toskh Albanians ; Thessaly in those of Vlachs and Anatolians, introduced from Konia about the tenth century ; and Macedonia, north of the Vistritza, in those of a blend of Slav with Bulgar mixed further -with Vlach and Anatolian elements.''

So much changes in just 150 years, most of the Euboean population was replaced and all of Hydra's and Spetse's.


What can we say for those islands from 1AD to 1400 AD? Or even after the death of Archimedes?



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Not much interested in this topic anymore but still.

As it is known, among the Greek "soldiers", who first settled in Zakynthos, were several Albanians and Italians , who got married there, and their Hellenized children were members of the "Compagnia Greca".
https://greeksurnames.blogspot.com/2..._2904.html?m=1

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You should have added more info so that your post makes sense.
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It says the Albanians and Italians who settled in Zante were hellenized. Which part doesn't make sense?
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It says the Albanians and Italians who settled in Zante were hellenized. Which part doesn't make sense?
Which century, conditions and numbers of people we're talking about etc.
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