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Old 04-24-2020, 08:28 PM   #71
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In 1321 a decree issued by the Byzantine Emperor recognized the special status of the village of Soucha (today Suh) is mentioned while its Vlach population is exempted from military service. [Nicol, Donald M. (1984). The Despotate of Epirus 1267-1479: A Contribution to the History of Greece in the Middle Ages. Cambridge University Press. p. 88. ISBN 9780521261906. The document ends with the matter of a village called Soucha... were exempt from military service.]

At 1630-1653 the Vlach-speaking inhabitants of Saraqinisht were able to contribute to the foundation of several Orthodox monuments such as the churches of Saint Nicholas, Prophet Elija and the nearby monastery of Theotokos of Spilaio.
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Edward Stanford (1827-1904) did not distinguish the Albanians from the Arvanites or Arnaoutes.

He wrote that the Albanian language was as closely related to Greek as any other and that many Albanians had taken part as leaders of the 1821 revolution.

He classified the Himariotes within the Albanian tribe of the Liapids, while the Souliotes as part of the Albanian tribe of the Tsamids.
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Sir Henry Holland indicates that after the 1798 war, Preveza was reduced to a population of 3-4,000 Albanian peasants.

Hammond places the foundation of Preveza at the end of the 14th century, possibly by Albanians.
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Turkish geographer Celebi (17th c.) describes the inhabitants of Pogoni as Albanians. Pogoni is a region divided between Greece & Albania and today all inhabitants, even on the Albanian side, are Greek-speaking (with few exceptions). The local Albanians, therefore, became Greeks.
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