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The Perroukas and Charalambis families in the parliamentary-executive conflicts in 1823-1824

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The Perroukas and Charalambis families in the parliamentary-executive conflicts in 1823-1824

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15 June 2022

Abstract

The civil conflicts that broke out in 1823-1824 often tend to crystallise into general formations of the type “notables versus chieftains”, “islanders versus notables” Avoiding the above generalisations, this talk seeks to highlight the course and the role of specific families of notables, who, like many others at that time, were trying to balance in a new order of things being formed. In this context, claiming positions and forming alliances was as crucial as the earlier relations based in the 1810s as conflicts and alliances that arose during the years 1823-1824. Based on the above, we detect the positions and attitudes of the Perroukas and Charalambis families in the complex grid of disputes, conflicts and alliances that arose during 1823-1824.

(Edited and translated abstract from organiser’s website)

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00:20:00

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BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

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