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Conclusions

  • Niccolò Fattori
Chapter
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Migration History book series (PSMH)

Abstract

The conclusions sum up the main threads of the book—the role of Ancona as a node in a Mediterranean network, the multiplicity of Greek Migrations, the different strategies of insertion and integration, and the processes of community formation and dissolution. It ends with a short overview of the history of the Greek community in Ancona in the completely different context of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Keywords

Ancona Greek migration Community Identity Integration 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Niccolò Fattori
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  1. 1.Independent ScholarTwickenhamUK

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