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Viella Historical Research 1
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Georg Christ, Franz-Julius Morche, Roberto Zaugg Wolfgang Kaiser, Stefan Burkhardt, Alexander D. Beihammer (eds.) Union in Separation Diasporic Groups and Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1800) viella
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Copyright © 2015 - Viella s.r.l. All rights reserved First edition: September, 2015 ISBN 978-88-6728-435-1 This book has been published with the assistance of the University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Institut d’histoire moderne et contemporaine (IHMC) - research project Mediterranean Reconfigurations (European Research Council GA n° 295868) Cover illustration: Unknown painter, Entrée à Smyrne du Prince de Listenois , le 28 septembre 1766 , 18 th century, detail. © Musée national de la Marine / P. Dantec, Paris. viella libreria editrice via delle Alpi, 32 I-00198 ROMA tel. 06 84 17 758 fax 06 85 35 39 60
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Contents Preface 9 Methodologies in Mediterranean Diaspora Studies G EORG C HRIST Diasporas and Diasporic Communities in the Eastern Mediterranean. An Analytical Framework 19 G UILLAUME S AINT -G UILLAIN Venetian Archival Documents and the Prosopography of the Thirteenth-Century Byzantine World: Tracing Individuals Through the Archives of a Diaspora 37 S ERGIO C URRARINI Socio-Economic Networks: An Introductory Discussion 81 E RIK O. K IMBROUGH Economic History in the Lab: The Impact of Institutional History and Geography on the Development of Long-Distance Trade 97 L ARS B ÖRNER , B ATTISTA S EVERGNINI Genoa and Venice: Traders of Prosperity, Growth, and Death 105 Trading Diasporas in Byzantium and the Latin Empire (Thirteenth Century) G ÜNTER P RINZING In Search of Diasporas in the Byzantine “Successor State” of Epirus (c. 1210-1267) 123 E KATERINI M ITSIOU A Transcultural Society? The Empire of Nicaea (1204-1261) 137 D IMITRIOS M OSCHOS Negotium Graecorum : Trade as Theory and Practice in Ecclesiastical Contacts between the West and the World of Late Byzantium 153 K RIJNIE C IGGAAR Merchants in Frankish Syria: Adaptation, Isolation, Segregation and Union 165
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Union in Separation 6 Diasporic Groups in Mamluk Egypt P ETER E DBURY Reflections on the Mamluk Destruction of Acre (1291) 199 J ULIEN L OISEAU Soldiers Diaspora or Cairene Nobility? The Circassians in the Mamluk Sultanate 207 J OHANNES P AHLITZSCH Byzantine Saints in Turkish Captivity in Anatolia (Late Thirteenth to Fourteenth Centuries) 219 G IUSEPPE C ECERE Between Trade and Religion: Three Florentine Merchants in Mamluk Cairo 229 A LBRECHT F UESS Why Venice, not Genoa: How Venice Emerged as the Mamluks’ Favourite European Trading Partner after 1365 251 C RISTIAN C ASELLI Strategies for Transcultural Trade Relations: Florentine Attempts to Reproduce the Venetian Commercial System in the Mamluk Empire (First Half of the Fifteenth Century) 267 From the Mediterranean to Central Asia: Black Sea Trade and the Armenian Community A NGELIKI T ZAVARA Conflicts, Caravans and Silk: Some Aspects of the Venetian Presence in Trebizond (1371-1376) 287 I EVGEN K HVALKOV Ethnic and Religious Composition of the Population of Venetian Tana in the 1430s 311 A NGELIKI T ZAVARA Nunc habitator Tane . Venetian Merchants as Long-Term Residents
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