Nobiles, cives et popolari: four towns under the rule of Carlo I Tocco (c. 1375–1429)

Zecevic, Nada. 2009. Nobiles, cives et popolari: four towns under the rule of Carlo I Tocco (c. 1375–1429). In: Derek Keene; Balázs Nagy and Katalin Szende, eds. Segregation - Assimilation - Integration: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge, pp. 153-167. ISBN 9781138265776 [Book Section]

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The medieval towns of St George (on the island of Cephalonia), Ste Maure (on the island of Leukas), Arta and Ioannina all belong to the geographic area of western Greece. During the government of Carlo I Tocco (b. c.1375-d. 1429) they were united as the main political and administrative centres of his domain.

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2009Published

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27193

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27 Mar 2020 16:10

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27 Mar 2020 16:10

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/27193

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