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Giakoumis K. (2006), ‘Religious Fairs in the Ottoman Empire’s Habitation History: Christian Feasts in Epiros and Albania as Urban Social Events and Their manifestations Displayed in Ecclesiastical Painting of the 16th and 17th Century’, in Shupo S. [ed.] (2006), Urban Music in the Balkans. International Symposium in Honorem Ramadam Sokoli, Tirana September 28 – October 01, 2006, Tirana: Asmus Publ., pp. 76-112.

Giakoumis K. (2006), ‘Religious Fairs in the Ottoman Empire’s Habitation History: Christian Feasts in Epiros and Albania as Urban Social Events and Their manifestations Displayed in Ecclesiastical Painting of the 16th and 17th Century’, in Shupo S. [ed.] (2006), Urban Music in the Balkans. International Symposium in Honorem Ramadam Sokoli, Tirana September 28 – October 01, 2006, Tirana: Asmus Publ., pp. 76-112.

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The coupling of 16th-17th century historical and demographic evidence from Epiros and Albania presents a totally different view of what consists the “urban” and what the “provincial” than what has hitherto been thought. In the light of such findings this paper argues that Christian fairs previously considered being social events of a provincial character need to be perceived as urban experiences. Festivities represented in 16th and 17th century ecclesiastical paintings along with posterior accounts of western travellers can illuminate the character of those feasts.
The coupling of 16th-17th century historical and demographic evidence from Epiros and Albania presents a totally different view of what consists the “urban” and what the “provincial” than what has hitherto been thought. In the light of such findings this paper argues that Christian fairs previously considered being social events of a provincial character need to be perceived as urban experiences. Festivities represented in 16th and 17th century ecclesiastical paintings along with posterior accounts of western travellers can illuminate the character of those feasts.

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Published by: Kosta Giakoumis on Jun 29, 2013
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