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Title: Anatolian-Balkanic Connections
Subtitle: The Central Greek District of Vitrinitsa (Tolophon) and the North Anatolian Town of Amasya in the 15th-17th Centuries According to Unknown and Rarely-Used Ottoman Turkish Sources
Author(s): KIEL, Machiel
Journal: Anatolica
Volume: 30    Date: 2004   
Pages: 219-237
DOI: 10.2143/ANA.30.0.2015522

Abstract :
The small and particularly mountainous district of Vitinitsa (now: Tolophon), is situated on the northern shore of the Gulf of Corinth, halfway between Delphi and Lepanto/Navpaktos in Central Greece. The history of the district of Vitrinitsa in the Ottoman period, and its links with the beautiful northern Anatolian city of Amasya on the river Kızıl Irmak, have remained a blank page of history.

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