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Somewhat of a cultural and political backwater in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Crete did not play a central role in Ottoman history, The island’s history in this period can be reconstructed through archives, travelers’ accounts, and oral histories. Archaeological survey can also play a role in reconstructing the patterns of agricultural exploitation and rural settlement, by an examination of the physical remains of these activities. This chapter will attempt to illuminate the historical archaeology of Ottoman Crete by focusing on a site survey of a rural area in the 2.

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