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  • The Annual of the British School at Athens, Volume 81
  • 1986, pp. 101-123

The Frankish Towers of Central Greece

Abstract

The Medieval towers of the former Duchy of Athens and Thebes—that is, the modern Nomes of Attica, Boeotia, Phokis, and Phthiotis—are described and analysed.

With reference to their siting, their architectural details, and any associated features, together with an examination of any relevant documentary material, the dating, the affinities, and the function of the towers within the feudal landscape of mainland central Greece are discussed.

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A. Bon , ‘Fortresses Médiévales de la Gréce Centrale’, BCH 61 (1937) 136208.

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