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New Directions in Mediterranean Maritime History$
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Gelina Harlaftis and Carmel Vassallo

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780973007381

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780973007381.001.0001

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Sources for the Maritime History of Greece (Fifteenth to Seventeenth Century)

Sources for the Maritime History of Greece (Fifteenth to Seventeenth Century)

(p.125) Sources for the Maritime History of Greece (Fifteenth to Seventeenth Century)
New Directions in Mediterranean Maritime History

Gerassimos D. Pagratis

Liverpool University Press

This chapter assesses the relatively unexplored sources concerning Greek commercial shipping prior to the mid-eighteenth century, in attempt to bridge the gap in information and data concerning Greek seamen. In addition to examining state archives and port registries, sources compiled include notarial deeds and social histories of Greece. Documents and archives relating to Venetian and Ottoman trade with Greece have also been included, to provide data absent from Greek records. The chapter concludes by suggesting more research and more cross-referencing with international records is necessary to further study the maritime history of Greece.

Keywords:   Greek Commercial Shipping, Greek Seamen, Eighteenth-Century Greece, Ottoman Merchant Navy, Venetian Trade Industry

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