Moshe, Moiz, Moisis: Survival strategies of ethnoreligious minorities

By Vicky Fouka and Elias Dinas Thessaloniki, or Salonica, is a Greek seaport in the Northern Aegean. Nowadays second in population to the capital of Athens, it has historically been one of the largest and most vibrant cities of the Eastern Mediterranean, and a key trading center of the Ottoman Empire. For centuries, Muslims, Orthodox … Continue reading Moshe, Moiz, Moisis: Survival strategies of ethnoreligious minorities