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Religious syncretism and deviance in Islamic and Christian orthodoxies

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1. fn8* Department of History and Archaeology, University of Ioannina, Greece, aconstan@uoi.gr
2. fn11 Ginzburg, Carlo, Ecstasies. Deciphering the Witches’ Sabbath (London: Penguin Books, 1991), p. 164 “…all these clearly connect the Ossetian burkdzäutä to the benandanti of the Friuli, the Baltic werewolves like Theiss, to the Balkan kresniki, the Hungarian táltos”. Ginzburg, Carlo, Le fil et les traces. Vrai faux fictive (Paris: Verdier, 2010), mainly pp. 436 ff.
3. fn22 Jovkov, Milcho, “Toponimite kato iztochnik za istorijata na pavlikianstvo” [Toponyms as a source for the history of Paulicianism], Vekove 15/2 (Sofia 1986), pp. 26-32 (with a map). Delopoulos, G., Στου Mπογκομίλου[Towards the Bogomil’s (place)], Proceedings of the Panhellenic Congress «Η ⊖πάτη στην εκκλησιαστική Ιστορία, την τέχνη και τον ελλαδικό μοναχισμό» (Athens, 2011), pp. 121-33. The Balkan Paulicians’ survival in Thrace is documented by reliable evidence dated 1835: Karathanasis, Ath., Mια παλιά αίρεση στη Θράκη: Oι Παυλικιανοί [An old heresy in Thrace: the Paulicians], in idem, Περί την Θράκην [On Thrace] (Thessalonica-Athens, 1996), pp. 165-77.
4. fn33 Πανοπλία Δογματική… Αφιερωθείσα Eπί του ευσεβεστάτου, υψηλοτάτου, και θεοσέπτου αυθέντου και ηγεμόνος πάσης Oυγγροβλαχίας …Ιωάννου Κωνσταντίνου Mπασσαράμπα Bοεβόδα τού Mπραγκοβάνου, Tω …υιώ αυτού… Στεφάνω Bοεβόδα τω Mπραγκοβάνω…Παρά του …μητροπολίτου Δρύστρας …Αθανασίου, Oύ και τοις αναλώμασι νυν πρώτον τετύπωται, Eν τη …μητροπόλει τη εν τω της Oυγγροβλαχίας Tεργοβύστω,… (May 1710), reprinted in Patrologiae cursus completus, series Graeca, ed. J.-P. Migne, vol. 130, 1865.
5. fn44 On the island of Chios both Christian dogmas interacted, since Genoa had established ıts earliest company-controlled colony there: Verlinden, Charles, “The transfer of colonial techniques from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic”, in The Medieval Frontiers of Latin Christendom. Expansion, Contraction, Continuity, The Expansion of Latin Europe, 1000-1500, eds. J Muldoon and F. Fernández-Armesto (Farnham: Ashgate, 2008), vol. I, pp 196 and 201 [re-prınted from The Beginnings of Modern Colonization (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1970), pp 3-32].
6. fn55 Epstein, Steven A., Speaking of Slavery Color, Ethnicity, and Human Bondage in Italy (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2001), pp. 192-3.
7. fn66 Verlinden, “The transfer of colonial techniques”, mainly pp. 214 ff.
8. fn77 Verlinden, Charles, L’Esclavage dans l’Europe médiévale, vol. II, Italie - Colonies italiens du levant - Levant latin - Empire byzantin (Gent: Universiteit te Ghent, 1977), p. 207, cf. 1032.
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