'Greece' (G.) can be understood in a dual sense: on the one hand, the term is used to refer to the modern Greek state since its foundation (1830); however, 'G.' can also – without immediate reference to questions of statehood - describe the territories of the former Byzantine empire in which the Greek-speaking culture found expression…
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Niehoff, Johannes (Freiburg),
Tsakmakis, Antonis (Nicosia ) and
Rudolph, Wolf (Berlin RWG),
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