Cappadocia, Karamanlidika

Cappadocian Greeks / Culture / Cuisine –   WikiVisually

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These include the preparing of wind-cured meats known as pastirma Cappadocian Greeks Culture Cuisine The Cappadocian Greeks continued a number of Anatolian culinary traditions passed down since Byzantine times. These include the preparing of wind-cured meats known as #pastirma,[98][99][100] a delicacy called in Byzantine times “paston,”[101][102] along with the use of the ubiquitous Central Anatolian spinach-like […]

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Cappadocian Greek: Wikipedia

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Cappadocian Greek From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the Greek dialect. For the Greek people, see Cappadocian Greeks. Cappadocian Region Greece, originally Cappadocia(Central Turkey) Native speakers 2,800 (2015)[1] (previously thought to be extinct) Language family mixed Greek–Turkish Language codes ISO 639-3 cpg Glottolog capp1239[2] Cappadocian, also known as Cappadocian Greek or Asia Minor […]

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Mark Janse – Cappadocian Greek: the resurrection of a language believed dead

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According to the Latin Church Father Jerome, the entire East spoke Greek by 400 AD. But even the Cappadocian Church Fathers, who wrote an impeccable Greek, admit that they were bilingual. As in every case of language contact, the mother tongue leaves its traces on the second language. Lectures > Mark Janse The Resurrection of Cappadocian […]

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