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Chios

      Χίος (5/3/2006 v.1) Chios (12/14/2009 v.1)
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Author(s) : Sarantakou Efi , Misailidou Anna , Beneki Eleni , Warlas Michael (4/20/2005)
Translation : Daskalaki Photini , Papadaki Irene , Dovletis Onoufrios , Panourgia Klio

For citation: Sarantakou Efi, Misailidou Anna, Beneki Eleni, Warlas Michael, "Chios",
Cultural Portal of the Aegean Archipelago

URL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=12594>

 
 
Traditional Mastichochoria

Kallimasia
Katarraktis
Nenita
Flatsia
Vouno
Kini
Pagida
Ekso Didima
Mesa Didima
Mermigi
Tholopotami
Agios Georgios Sikousis
Patrika
Kalamoti
Armolia
Pirgi
Olympi
Mesta
Elata
Vessa
Lithi
N. Kampochora
Vavili
Neochori
Thimiana
 

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1. Position- environment

1.1. Geographic division

1.2. Geology

1.3. Morphology

1.3.1. Caves of Chios

1.4. Shape, coasts and beaches

1.5. Climate

1.6. Flora

1.7. Fauna

2. History

2.1. Prehistory – Antiquity

2.2. Byzantine period – Genoan occupation

2.3. Ottoman period

2.3.1. 19th c.

2.4. 20th century

2.5. The Destruction of Chios

2.6. Refugees in Chios

2.7. Commerce and Chian diaspora

3. Archaeological sites and monuments

3.1. Castle of Chios

3.2. Emporio

3.2.1. The archaic settlement and the temple

3.2.2. The citadel

3.3. Volissos

3.4. Anavatos

3.5. Daskalopetra (Teacher’s Stone)

3.6. Nea Moni

3.6.1. The construction of Nea Moni and the set-up of monastic life

3.6.2. Architecture and decoration

3.6.3. Additions and damages

3.6.4. Nea Moni as an architectural and social examble

3.6.5. Nea Moni’s economy

3.6.6. From a monastery to a cultural shrine

3.6.7. The monasteries’ zones of influence

3.7. Other temples

4. Architecture

4.1. In general

4.2. The medieval villages of south Chios

4.3. The city of Chios and Kampos

4.4. North Chios

4.5. Chios’ architecture after the Ottoman occupation

4.6. Medieval Mastichochoria

5. Museums

5.1. Archaeological Museum

5.2. Chios Byzantine Museum (Mecitiye Camii)

5.3. Korais Library – Folclore Museum – Argenti Gallery

5.4. Chios Maritime Museum

5.5. Museum of Natural History and Physics at the 1st High School of Chios

5.6. Chios Public Art Gallery

5.7. Museum of Nikos Gialouris

6. Homerion Cultural Center

7. Folk culture - folk art

7.1. Pottery

7.2. Woodcarving - sculpture

7.3. Religion - tradition

7.4. Happenings

8. Chios’ saints

8.1. St. Markella

8.2. St. Isidoros and Chios’ mastic

9. Chian shipping

10. Mastic

10.1. Mastic's biology-geography

10.2. Production process- time

10.3. Chios Mastiha Growers Association and mastic companies' development

10.4. Products and uses

10.5. History of mastic and its consumption: a pendulum between East and West

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