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Large-scale emigrations are specifically mentioned in only two instances, it must be assumed that all these princes and nobles were accompanied by considerable numbers of followers. ”28o I Religion 1 As important as the ethnic configuration of eleventh-century Anatolia and, in a sense, more dificult to reconstruct, is the religious and sectarian picture of the peninsula. The history of the Byzantine church in Anatolia as well as a comprehensive history of Anatolian heresies and their significance remain to be written.
280-283. 2 2 8 It has been customary to speak of these rural areas as completcly unaffected by the penetration of Hellenism, as for instance Jones, The Greek Cip, p. 288. But it is not only through the linguistic medium that a group or society is influenced. ) can be receptive to outside influence independently of linguistic considerations. I t is also highly probable that in many areas where native tongues survived, the inhabitants were bilingual (Strabo, XIII. 4. 17). For modern examples one may cite certain Greek villages that speak both Greek and Arvanitika, but in which the cultural consciousness is exclusively Greek.
Grousset, Armenie, p. 580. Dolger, Regestert, I,, no. 873. la* Grousset, Armenie, p. 581. Cedrenus, 11, 557-559. Honigmann, Oslgrenze, pp. 168, 175. Matthew of Edessa, p. 78. ”’ 54 I EVE OF THE TURKISH CONQUEST Finally in 1064 Gagik-Abas of Kars received lands in Tzamandus, Larissa, Amaseia, and C ~ r n a n a Though . ~ ~ ~ large-scale emigrations are specifically mentioned in only two instances, it must be assumed that all these princes and nobles were accompanied by considerable numbers of followers.