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168. 3 and Structuxe Sociale et ~veloppement Culturel des villes sud-est Euxopeennes et Adriatiques aux XVIIe- XVIIIe si~cles (Bucharest 1975). Prof. N. Todorov's many important contributions on this subject, focusing on the Bulgarian urban centres, have been collected in a separate volume entitled La ville Balkanique aux XVe XIXe si~cles (Sofia 1972). In all these works there is very little reference to the Greek towns during the latter part of the Tourkokratia. This is yet another area where, as far as Greece is concerned, specialised studies are virtually non-existent.
273-4, Kremmydas, Eisagogi 54; Vergopoulos, op. , 68-70 simply refers to bourgeois landlords. 23. On the different types of capital investment in eighteenth century Greece, Sp. Asdrachas, 'Economia' in Istoria tou Ellinikou Ethnous xi (Athens 1975) 159-188. 24. Ibid. , 165. 25. v. Panayotopoulos, '0 eidikos rolos tis georgias sti diamorphosi ton scheseon polis - ypaithrou ton 18~ aiona', 0 Politis 7 (1976) 30-36; F. Thiersch, De l'~tat actual de la Gr~ce 2 vols. (Leipzig 1833) (Greek translation ~Athens 197~/ i 296-7).
Sawer, 'New Directions in historical materialism', The Australian Journal of Politics and History, xxii (1976) 243-257 provides a short and extremely informative, if not always fair, account of this particular debate so far. 12. H. Inalcik, 'Capital formation in the Ottoman Empire', Journal of Economic History, xxix (1969) 97-140. 13. The increasing inability of the Porte to cope with its rebellious provincial governors during the later part of the eighteenth century did not affect the structure or the rationale of the Ottoman state.
Balkan Society in the Age of Greek Independence by Richard Clogg