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This index presents terms and concepts relevant to discussion of historical reception of Dalmatian sites, by late 19th-century Austrian art historians, 18th-century British architects and 17thcentury Ottoman travelers. Evliya Çelebi, a compulsive 17th-century traveler, wandered across the Mediterranean and allowed his eye to rest at some length on the Dalmatian coast. Dalmatia emerges as an aggregation of physical and abstract elements that operates on many vectors like an intense node that radiates cultural energy and touches a collective Mediterranean.

Keywords: British architects; Dalmatian coast; Evliya Çelebi



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