Orang Yunani Cappadocia

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Cappadocian Greeks
Έλληνες-Καππαδόκες
Kapadokyalı Rumlar
Cappadocian Greek dance.JPG
Cappadocian Greeks in traditional clothing, Greece
Jumlah populasi
~2,800
Kawasan ramai penduduk
Greece (especially northern Greece)
 Yunani44,432 (More than 50,000 including descendants) - around 50,000 (1920s estimate)[1]
Bahasa
Greek language, Cappadocian Greek, Karamanli Turkish
Agama
Greek Orthodoxy
Kumpulan etnik yang berkaitan
other Greeks

Orang Yunani Cappadocia juga dikenali sebagai Yunani Cappadocia Bahasa Yunani: Έλληνες-Καππαδόκες, Ελληνοκαππαδόκες, Καππαδόκες (Bahasa Yunani: Έλληνες-Καππαδόκες, Ελληνοκαππαδόκες, Καππαδόκες; Bahasa Turki: Kapadokyalı Rumlar)[2] atau hanya Orang Cappadocia ialah komuniti Yunani yang berasal dari wilayah geografi Cappadocia di timur tengah Anatolia,[3][4] kira-kira Wilayah Nevşehir dan wilayah sekitar Turki moden. Terdapat kehadiran Yunani berterusan di Cappadocia sejak zaman purba,[5] dan penduduk asli Indo-Eropah Cappadocia, beberapa bahasa yang (cf. Phrygian) mungkin berkait rapat dengan bahasa Yunani, sepenuhnya Yunani dalam bahasa dan budaya mereka sekurang-kurangnya abad ke-5.[6] Berikutan istilah pertukaran penduduk Turki-Turki pada tahun 1923, baki penduduk pribumi Yunani Cappadocian terpaksa meninggalkan tanah airnya dan tinggal di Yunani moden. Hari ini keturunan mereka dapat ditemui di seluruh Greece dan diaspora Yunani seluruh dunia.

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Blanchard, Raoul. "The Exchange of Populations Between Greece and Turkey." Geographical Review, 15.3 (1925): 449-56.
  2. ^ Özkan, Akdoğan (2009). Kardeş bayramlar ve özel günler. İnkılâp. ISBN 978-975-10-2928-7. Evlerin bolluk ve bereketi şu veya bu sebeple kaçmışsa, özellikle Rumların yoğun olarak yaşadığı Orta ve Kuzey Anadolu'da bunun sebebinin karakoncolos isimli iblis olduğu düşünülürmüş. Kapadokyalı Rumlar yeni yılın başında sırf ...
  3. ^ Balta, Evangelia (2003). Ottoman studies and archives in Greece. The Isis Press. m/s. 48. ISBN 978-975-428-223-8. 'The so called "Asia Minor Folklore Studies" initially focused on Ottoman Cappadocia and its ethnic Greek inhabitants.
  4. ^ Baum, Wilhelm (2006). The Christian minorities in Turkey. Kitab. m/s. 162. ISBN 978-3-902005-62-5. On October 11, 1922, Turkey concluded an armistice with the allied forces, but not with the Greeks. The Greeks in the other settlement areas of Asia Minor were also expelled at that time, like e.g. the Kappadocian Greeks in the Goreme area and the other Greeks in Pontus, in the Trabzon area and on the west coast.
  5. ^ Bichakjian, Bernard H. (2002). Language in a Darwinian perspective. Peter Lang. m/s. 206. ISBN 978-0-8204-5458-0. Cappadocia is an ancient district in east central Anatolia, west of the Euphrates River, where there had been a Greek presence from the Hellenistic period to the beginning of this century, when the minority group was submitted to a “population exchange”. As the Cappadocians returned to Greece, they became absorbed by the local population and their dialect died out.
  6. ^ Swain, Simon; Adams, J. Maxwell; Janse, Mark (2002). Bilingualism in Ancient Society: Language Contact and the Written Word. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford University Press. halaman 246–266. ISBN 0-19-924506-1.

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