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Anatoli is an annual publication devoted to the interdisciplinary study of the space between the Adriatic and Caspian seas. It focused on Greek, Latin, Slavish, Turkish, Persian, Georgian, Armenian, Jewish cultures... which inhabited and shaped it. To-day, the territories of these regions are fragmented but in the past they were unified by imperial powers, the Ottoman empire being the last one. They preserved numerous common features. The importance of the space for the European Union is obvious.

Latest issue
6 | 2015
Patrimoines culturels et fait minoritaire en Turquie et dans les Balkans

Edited by Ali Kazancigil and Georges Prévélakis
Editor's notes

Directrice scientifique du dossier thématique : Méropi Anastassiadou

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