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Venetian Republic (English)
Venessian Repùblica (Vènito)
Timeline: Principia Moderni III (Map Game)
. 697 - 1503
Flag of Most Serene Republic of Venice.svg Coat of Arms of the Republic of Venice.svg
Motto: 
You with us, us with you (English)
Ti con nu, nu con ti (Vènito)
Anthem: 
None
CapitalVenice
Official languages Vèneto (Venetian)
Regional Languages Italian
Greek
Slavic
Latin
Ethnic groups  Venessian (Venetian)
Greek
Demonym Venessian (Venetian)
Religion Roman Catholic
Government Oligarchic Republic
 -  Doge Christofo Roscol
Population
 -   estimate 2,700,000 
Currency Venessian Lira

The Venetian Republic is a Mediterranean nation, based from the island-city of Venice, in northeastern Apennine Peninsula.

Etymology

History

Main article: History of the Venetian Republic pre-15th century
Main article: History of Venice

15th Century

After the death of Doge Antonio Venier on 23 January 1400 an election was held by for the position of Doge. Michiel Roscol was elected. This was unusual as he came from a quite obscure family and as a result ended up with quite some immediate opposition. The early years of his leadership involved key events such as the conquest of Epirus in 1402, the treaty of Aegina, the crushing of the Bastard's Rebellion, the division of the Duchy of Athens and innovation in the economy. Relations with the Byzantine Empire were improved and an alliance was forged, other key allies of Venice during this time were Hungary, Castile, the Papal States and Hainaut-Holland.

Politics

Main article: Politics of Venice

Venice has been a hegemonic republic since 697 when the republic first came into being. The Doge of Venice, currently Christofo Roscol since 1427, is Venice's head of state. The Doge is elected by the Maxór Conségio once the old Doge dies or steps down. Venice has no constitution. However, there are various complex checks and measures designed to keep the Doge and other politicians in line.

The Doge

  • Michiel Roscol
  • His wife,
  • Christofo Roscol, born 1383, died 1443 a natural death, aged 60
  • His wife,
  • Their sons:
    • Dragano Roscol, born 1403, aged 59
    • His wife,
    • Their sons:
      • Christofo Roscol, born 1430, aged 32
      • His wife, Isabell von Wittelsbach, born 1434, aged 28
      • Their sons:
        • Medardo Roscol, born 1450, aged 12
  • Their daughters:
    • Daughter 1
    • Daughter 2
    • Daughter 3, born 1419, aged 43
      • Her husband, Daniel Dmitriyevich


 
Unknown Father
 
Unknown Mother
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Michiel Roscol
born 1381, died 14??
 
Coletta Bacchino
born 1387, died 1440
 
 
 
 
 
Christofo Roscol
born 1383, died 1443
 
Lucia de Coixa
born 1387, died 1449
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Michiel Roscol
born 1401, died 14??
 
Elizabeta Roscol
born 1405, died 14??
 
Flos Roscol
born 1407, died 14??
 
Helena Roscol
born 1401, died 1457
 
Dragano Roscol
born 1403
 
Christina Moro
born 1410
 
Maria Roscol
born 1416, died 1458
 
Catarina Roscol
born 1419
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
de Argyrokastro
cadet branch
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
de Filiates
cadet branch
 
Dmitriyevich
marriage
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Christofo Roscol
born 1430
 
Isabell Wittelsbach
born 1434
 
Michiel Roscol
born 1437
 
Anna Moncenigo
born 1438
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Medardo Roscol
born 1450
 
Lucia Roscol
born 1454
 
 
Christofo Roscol
born 1458
 
Giovanni Roscol
born 1461
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dragano Roscol
born 1457
 
Coletta Roscol
born 1460


 
Unknown Father
 
Unknown Mother
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Michiel Roscol
born 1381, died 14??
 
Coletta Bacchino
born 1387, died 1440
 
 
 
 
 
Christofo Roscol
born 1383, died 1443
 
Lucia de Coixa
born 1387, died 1449
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Michiel Roscol
born 1401, died 14??
 
Elizabeta Roscol
born 1405, died 14??
 
Flos Roscol
born 1407, died 14??
 
Helena Roscol
born 1401, died 1457
 
Barbus Loredan
born 1399, died 1443
 
Dragano Roscol
born 1403
 
Christina Moro
born 1410
 
Maria Roscol
born 1416, died 1458
 
Mafeo Dona
born 1413
 
Daniel Dmitriyevich
born 1???
 
Catarina Roscol
born 1419
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


  • Unknown Father x Unknown Mother
    • Michiel Roscol (born 1381, died 14??) x Coletta Bacchino (born 1387, died 1440)
      • Michiel Roscol (born 1401, died 14??)
      • Elizabeta Roscol (born 1405, died 14??)
      • Flos Roscol (born 1407, died 14??)
    • Christofo Roscol (born 1383, died 1443) x Lucia de Coixa (born 1387, died 1449)
      • Helena Roscol (born 1401, died 1457) x Barbus Loredan (born 1399, died 1443)
        • De Agyrokastro Branch
      • Dragano Roscol (born 1403, died 1469) x Christina Moro (born 1410, died 1472)
        • Christofo Roscol (born 1430) x Isabell Wittelsbach (born 1434)
          • Medardo Roscol (born 1450) - 1474 - Ida Oldenburg (born 1453)
            • Michiel Roscol (born 1475)
            • Gian Roscol (born 1476)
            • Isabell Roscol (born 1478)
          • Lucia Roscol (born 1454) - 1474 - Wilhelm von Hesse (born 1460)
          • Dragano Roscol (born 1457)
          • Coletta Roscol (born 1460) - 1476 - Adolf von Hesse (born 1462)
        • Michiel Roscol (born 1437, died 1473) x Anna Moncenigo (born 1438)
          • Christofo Roscol (born 1458) - 1476 - Eva von Hesse (born 1460)
          • Giovanni Roscol (born 1461)
      • Maria Roscol (born 1416, died 1458) x Mafeo Dona (born 1413, died 1458)
        • De Filiates Branch
      • Catarina Roscol (born 1419, 1474) x Daniel Dmitriyevich (born 1???)
        • Dmitriyevich Marriage

Government

  • Maxor Consegio - Great Council - numbering 835
  • Picolo Consegio - Minor Council - numbering ??
  • Consegio de Cuaranta (Cuaranta) - Quarantia - numbering 40
  • Signoria - Signoria - numbering ten
  • Consegio de Pregadi (Pregadi) - Consiglio dei Pregadi - numbering 76
    • the Venetian Senate consists of the Tola de Savio Omi plus 60 basic members of the Senate. Deliberates on matters of the state.
  • Tola de Savio Omi - Board of Elders - numbering 16
    • Essentially the ministers of state; they manage foreign policy, military affairs, finances and set the agenda of the Consegio de Curanta. Six for the affairs of the republic, Five for the affairs of the empire and Five for the management of the Senate.
  • Consegio de Diexe - Council of Ten - numbering ten
    • Their job is to ensure the safety of the republic and its government against conspiracy, rebellion and other issues of internal order. They carry out surveillance against various organisations and keep the Doge informed.

Law

Military

  • Infantry is Mercenaries
    • 20,000 maximum recruitable
  • 3500 Ships in Fleet (Venetian navy doubles as a military and merchant navy, all ships are designed both to trade as well as fight)
    • 1900 Galley class vessels (for use on coasts and seas, not ocean ready)
    • 1100 Cog class vessels (for use on long distance voyages, not oar ships)
    • 500 Carro class vessels (high capacity ships, sail ships)

Foreign Relations

Colonies

Venice maintains several vassal colonies in the Mediterranean.

Aegina

Aegina has been under Venetian control for a relatively short time, prior to this they were under control of the Duchy of Athens. In 1402, the Treaty of Aegina was signed on the islands, bringing a period of peace between the Ottomans and the Roman-Venetian alliance. In the Venetian civil war, Aegina sided with the Roscols but was conquered by Naxos. When the war ended in the favour of the Roscols, Aegina remained a vassal of Naxos.

The vassal colony is administered by two Rettore of local descent who both act as governors, with the same rights, powers and responsibilities for the island. The Rettore are appointed by the government in Venice. The colony has its own local laws however most of the economic side of their laws are limited due to Venice wanting to maintain a monopoly on its business practices. Military defences in the form of ships and guards are supplied by Naxos in return for the vassalage of Aegina.

Their relation with Venice has been good for the most part with the island benefiting from the influx of coin they get from Venetian sailors who spend their wages there. Concerning their neighbours, Aegina has mixed relations. Many in the Venetian colony of Athens still view Aegina as part of their territory although after the crushing of the Bastards Rebellion, the threat has decreased. To the west lies Roman Greece, Aegina has good relations with the Romans and does a reasonable amount of local trade with them. In the east is Naxos, which currently defends and asks for tribute from Aegina, relations with them are mixed due to the complex relationships of the civil war.

Aegina is a small island in Greece with a small population and a few important ports, it lies in the Saronic Gulf. The capital of the island is a town of the same name, the town has a port which is an important Greek trade port as well as working as a place of rest for the ships of Venice's huge fleet.

The island is fruitful, producing grains and figs as its only primary products, these are mostly traded with Venice and Constantinople. However, some remain and are used in local and regional trading. The economy isn't very diverse, with most people working the fields or managing the basic amenities in the port town. However, there are many inns and taverns that generate revenue from the ships that dock at the island.

The island is populated by Greeks who speak Greek and are largely Orthodox Christians. There is no real form of local education. However, the clergy try to spread knowledge throughout the community.

Athens

Once part of the Duchy of Athens until The Bastards Rebellion, Athens is jointly ruled with the Roman Empire by Venice, although Venice acts as its primary de jure and de facto protector. In 1403 the new joint sovereignty was agreed to by the Venetian and Roman governments. During the civil war Athens first sided with the Pieromo faction although Athens was subsequently conquered but was won back and then reconquered by forces loyal to Roscol. The city is recovering from its central point in the civil war in Greece.

The city is ruled by two Poténsa, each with equal powers and right to veto the other, one appointed by the Venetians and one appointed by the Romans. Laws in Athens tend to be a mixture of copycat laws to try and fit in between the Romans and Venetians. Specifically when it comes to trade, where they act as one of the major cross-over ports between Venice and Constantinople. Athens has ships and guards supplied by Naxos in return for tribute and favourable regulations on Naxian trade.

Athens has a moderate relation with Venice. Most people neither hate Venice nor like it and many tend to base their feelings on the current conditions they are under. On its local relations many Athenians in the city have negative feelings concerning Athens being reduced to a city when it was once a strong semi-independent duchy, these feelings put shadows on relations with Venice, Aegina and the Romans. Athens is subject to Naxos, as they were vassalised by them in the civil war, and feels indifferent to them as they do to Venice although many important figures wish the city to not have two masters.

Athens is a section of land on the coast of the Saronic Gulf. There are several towns and a good level of population in the area. The capital of the area is the city of Athens, which is directly linked to various ports on the coastal land, most importantly Porto Leone which is a major trade port as well as a major base for Venetian ships.

The lands around Athens are used for agriculture, grain fields and olive groves being the main ways land is used. Cheese is also produced heavily by the rural economy. The larger settlements like Porto Leone and Athens also have a good amount of artisans which produce various products that are used locally and traded. One of the largest and fastest growing sections of the Athenian economy is the trading sector, as more and more seek to be involved in the growing trade influence that Athens is exerting over both its locality and the Mediterranean.

The city is populated by a Greek majority with significant Venetian and Latin minority groups, in the rural areas almost everyone is Greek. Whereas Greek is universal in the rural areas, languages spoken in the city vary greatly, but Greek is dominant followed by Vèneto. Most people are Orthodox Christians across the entire territory although Catholicism is growing in number in the city. For those who can pay, there are masters who can tutor and educate in various matters however there is no official system of education and the clergy try to spread knowledge throughout the community.

Candia

Corfu

Epirus

Kaffa

Naxos

Negroponte

Ragusa

Geography

Economy

Collegantia

The mainstay of the economy of Venice are its various businesses. While of course there are craftsmen and artisans as well as peddlers and traders there are also official structures backed by the Venetian legal system. There are currently two forms, both known as Collegantia. The first is just a Collegantia, it operates as a partnership between a set group of people, with one person being an active partner and the rest being silent partners. It must have a set business journey to go through and upon completing that journey is disbanded. The second is a Sigilar Collegantia, it operates as a more complex form of partnership allowing for change of partners involved. It also operates a certain amount of bureaucracy to monitor it and is afforded protection by the Venetian state, as all property of Sigilar Collegantia is considered Venetian sovereignty.

  • Previous Sigilar Collegantia:
    • Sarandan Comerciar Sigilar Collegantia (based in Saranda, Epirote products and trading, est. 1443, merged into Tre Cita)
    • Titani Sigilar Collegantia (based in Titani, Epirote products, clothing and furniture, est. 1445, merged into Tre Cita)
  • Current Sigilar Collegantia:
    • Roscol Sigilar Collegantia (based in Venice, banking and trading, est. 1407) (34,)
    • Venessian Stanpar Sigilar Collegantia (based in Venice, printed products, est. 1446) (7,)
    • Masaro Sigilar Collegantia (based in Basan, primary products and trading, est. 1458) (19,)
    • Pascua Montagna Sigilar Collegantia (based in Ioannina, mining products, est. 1463) (4,)
    • Tre Cita Sigilar Collegantia (based in Saranda, Epirote products and trading, est. 1465) (14,)
    • Nordcariot Sigilar Collegantia (based in Montebelluna, postal and transport services and trading, est. 1466) (7,)
    • Patroni de el Portadura Sigilar Collegantia (based in Venice, land owning and rent and trading, est. 1466) (9,)
    • Acua Botega Sigilar Collegantia (based in Venice, glassware and shipwrighting, est. 1466) (4,)
    • Negrocita Sigilar Collegantia (based in Ragusa, Ragusan products and trading, est. 1467) (3,)

Arsenals

The arsenals of Venice are complexes of workshops, designed to act as manufacturing lines, that build a specific product. There are currently four in existence. Two in Veneto: the arsenal of Venexia and the arsenal of Coixa; and two in Croatia, which are without official names. The arsenals all produce vessels, the one in Venexia is more specifically designed to produce galleys and the one in Coixa, designed to produce cogs. The arsenal of Venexia employs 2000 people permanently but this can be boosted to 5000 when demand requires it. By comparison the arsenal of Coixa is a more modern design allowing for only 1500 people necessary for constant functions and 3500 at peak levels. Compared to the total population of the settlements however, the Venexian arsenal only requires 6% of the population to operate whereas the arsenal of Coixa requires 35% to operate.

Vessels produced from the arsenals are sold to individuals and traders and the profit kept by the state.

Banking

  • Roscol Bank - State and Unified Bank (est ????)
    • Albion Branch - Unified Bank (est 1402, England)
    • Netherlands Branch - Unified Bank (est 1404, Hainhaut-Holland)
    • Hamburg Branch - Merchant Bank (est 1452)
    • Oldenburg Branch - Merchant Bank (est 1452)
    • Bavaria Branch - Merchant Bank (est 1452)
    • Portuguese Branch - Merchant Bank (est 1453)
  • State
  • Unified (combined)
  • Commercial (retail)
  • Merchant (investment)

Trade

Venice is a member of the Mediterranean Trade League, along with Rome and the Mashriqi Sultanate.

Currency

The Venetian Ducato is used far and wide by a variety of countries due to its stability and ability to be used in trades with Venice.

Reformed currency (coming soon):

  • Ducato - this coin stays the same value - trade coin (not to be devalued)
    • One ducato - ~1/8 ounce coin - 1/8 ounce of gold - 165.00 value
  • Lira - Six lire to the ducat - common use coin
    • One lira - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/48 ounce of gold - 27.50 value
    • Two lire - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/24 ounce of gold - 55 value
    • Three lire - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/16 ounce of gold - 82.50 value
  • Grosso - Five grosso to the lira - common use coin
    • One grosso - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/4 ounce of silver - 5.25 value
  • Soldo - Four soldi to the grosso, 20 soldi to the lira - common use coin
    • One soldo - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/16 ounce of silver - 1.31 value
  • Denaro - 12 denari to the soldo, 240 denari to the lira - common use coin
    • One denaro - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/192 ounce of silver - 0.11 value
    • Three denari - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/64 ounce of silver - 0.33 value
    • Six denari - ~1/4 ounce coin - 1/32 ounce of silver - 0.66 value
  • Quartarolo - Four quartaroli to the denari, 960 quartaroli to the lira - common use coin
    • One quartarolo - ~1/8 ounce coin - 1/8 ounce of copper - 0.03 value

Ordinary wage for comparison:

  • Current yearly wage of an ordinary worker - 33 lire, four grossi, two soldi, two denari or 678 soldi, two denari (313 days)
    • Current monthly wage of an ordinary worker - two lira, four grossi, four denari or 56 soldi, four denari (26 days)
      • Current weekly wage of an ordinary worker - three grossi, one soldo or 13 soldi (six days)
        • Current daily wage of an ordinary worker - two soldi, two denari (one day)

Demographics

Population

  • Total - 2,699,000 (1430)
  • Total - 4,527,800 (1455)
  • Total - 5,430,100 (1465)
  • Total - 5,232,500 (1475)
  • Venetian Republic - 2,630,100
    • Veneto - 916,400
      • Urban - 205,400
        • Venexia (cap) - 122,200
        • Cioxa - 21,200
        • Trevixo - 13,100
        • Basan - 10,000
        • San Dona - 10,000
        • Montebelluna - 7600
        • Schio - 6600
        • Conejan - 5700
        • Castelfranco Venexia - 4900
        • Oderzo - 4100
      • Rural - 711,000
    • Free Port of Porto Tolle - 27,600
      • Urban - 2500
        • Porto Tolle (cap) - 2500
      • Rural - 25,100
    • Province of Istra - 498,500
      • Urban - 21,800
        • Pola (cap) - 6600
        • Rovinj - 5100
        • Porenzo - 3100
        • Pisino - 2000
        • Dignano - 1700
        • Umago - 1200
        • Buie - 1100
        • Cittanova - 1000
      • Rural - 476,700
    • Free Port of Scutari - 36,600
      • Urban - 8800
        • Scutari (cap) - 7800
        • Velipoja - 1000
      • Rural - 27,800
    • Province of Albania - 129,700
      • Urban - 34,300
        • Durazzo (cap) - 14,200
        • Kavaja - 5400
        • Salushe - 3900
        • Lac - 3000
        • Croia - 2200
        • Shijak - 2100
        • Fieri - 1500
        • Ballsh - 1000
        • Mamurrasi - 1000
      • Rural - 95,400
    • Province of Zante - 14,700
      • Urban - 5000
        • Zante (cap) - 2000
        • Lefkada - 1900
        • Argostoli - 1100
      • Rural - 9700
    • Free Port of Argos - 38,500
      • Urban - 17,800
        • Argos (cap) - 12,500
        • Navarino - 1500
        • Chora - 1500
        • Corone - 1200
        • Modone - 1100
      • Rural - 20,700
    • Province of Attica - 424,500
      • Urban - 93,700
        • Menidi - 14,700
        • Voula - 10,400
        • Pallini - 10,300
        • Agia Paraskevi - 9800
        • Chalandri - 9600
        • Kifisia - 9500
        • Marathon (cap) - 9300
        • Marousi - 9100
        • Spata - 6800
        • Irakleio - 4200
      • Rural - 330,800
    • Province of Mytilene - 29,900
      • Urban - 8500
        • Mytilene (cap) - 3400
        • Chios - 2100
        • Kalloni - 1000
        • Myrina - 1000
        • Plomari - 1000
      • Rural - 21,400
    • Province of Candelore - 394,200
      • Urban - 70,100
        • Candelore (cap) - 16,100
        • Makre - 13,000
        • Mobolla - 8200
        • Mylasa - 6200
        • Didyma - 5900
        • Sanco - 4100
        • Halikarnassos - 3900
        • Physkos - 3400
        • Antiphellos - 1100
        • Phoenicus - 1600
      • Rural - 324,100
    • Province of Morocco - 119,500
      • Urban - 44,600
        • Agadir (cap) - 19,900
        • Safi - 6800
        • Inezgane - 4500
        • Taourirt - 2900
        • Imzouren - 2600
        • Al Hoceima - 2300
        • Ait Melloul - 2200
        • Taroudant - 1400
        • Lqliaa - 1000
        • Jerada - 1000
      • Rural - 74,900
  • Epirote Republic - 736,900
    • Epirus - 453,300
      • Urban - 30,400
        • Ioannina (cap) - 18,500
        • Filiates - 1900
        • Filippiada - 1900
        • Metsovo - 1700
        • Konitsa - 1300
        • Paramythia - 1100
        • Souli - 1000
        • Dodoni - 1000
        • Zitsa - 1000
      • Rural - 422,900
    • Epirus Free Ports - 80,800
      • Urban - 18,800
        • Preveza - 7000
        • Titani - 6800
        • Saranda - 5000
      • Rural - 62,000
    • Province of Valona - 97,600
      • Urban - 23,200
        • Valona (cap) - 11,700
        • Argyrokastro - 3300
        • Himarra - 2100
        • Orikum - 1700
        • Delvino - 1400
        • Tepelena - 1000
        • Klisura - 1000
        • Premeti - 1000
      • Rural - 74,600
    • Province of Arta - 105,200
      • Urban - 15,400
        • Arta (cap) - 5100
        • Vrachori - 2300
        • Mesolongi - 2200
        • Lepanto - 1800
        • Oeniadae - 1000
        • Astakos - 1000
        • Inachos - 1000
        • Anaktorio - 1000
      • Rural - 89,800
  • Venetian Empire - 1,865,500
    • Province of Aegina - 6400
      • Urban - 4500
        • Aegina (cap) - 2400
        • Kypseli - 2100
      • Rural - 1900
    • Free Port of Athens - 251,400
      • Urban - 111,900
        • Athens (cap) - 32,600
        • Porto Leone - 20,500
        • Glyfada - 15,500
        • Peristeri - 14,700
        • Kallithea - 7500
        • Egaleo - 6600
        • Ilioupoli - 4900
        • Petroupoli - 4000
        • Chaidari - 3600
        • Agia Varvara - 2000
      • Rural - 139,500
    • Province of Candia - 704,300
      • Urban - 57,000
        • Candia (cap) - 18,200
        • Rethymnon - 7800
        • La Canea - 6400
        • Peza - 4400
        • Agios Nikolaos - 4000
        • Hersonissos - 4000
        • Gazi - 3800
        • Ierapetra - 3200
        • Sitia - 2700
        • Evangelismos - 2500
      • Rural - 647,300
    • Corfiot Protectorate - 40,800
      • Urban - 15,100
        • Corfu (cap) - 5400
        • Kynopiastai - 1900
        • Agros - 1500
        • Karousades - 1500
        • Ypsos - 1400
        • Palaiokastritsa - 1200
        • Kokkini - 1100
        • Thinali - 1100
      • Rural - 25,700
    • Province of Kaffa - 561,000
      • Urban - 73,900
        • Kaffa (cap) - 20,200
        • Caulita - 14,800
        • Bata - 11,200
        • Mapa - 8200
        • Cembalo - 6300
        • Lusta - 5700
        • Soldaia - 4200
        • Kalamita - 1700
        • Solkhat - 1600
      • Rural - 487,100
    • Naxian Protectorate - 54,400
      • Urban - 19,700
        • Naxos (cap) - 4500
        • Syros - 3600
        • Santorini - 2500
        • Ermoupoli - 2500
        • Tinos - 2200
        • Mykonos - 1200
        • Andros - 1100
        • Milos - 1100
        • Paros - 1000
      • Rural - 34,700
    • Province of Negroponte - 142,300
      • Urban - 32,500
        • Negropont (cap) - 16,500
        • Aliveri - 6400
        • Psachna - 3100
        • Oreoi - 2200
        • Limni - 1200
        • Karystos - 1100
        • Istiaia - 1000
        • Eretria - 1000
      • Rural - 109,800
    • Free Port of Ragusa - 104,900
      • Urban - 9,200
        • Ragusa (cap) - 8200
        • Ragusavecchia - 1000
      • Rural - 95,700

Education

Language

  • Epirote Republic - I-pi-ru-tón Di-mo-kra-tía - U-cu-ru-cón Du-no-tsra-tía
    • Epirus - I-pi-rus - U-cu-rus
        • Ioannina - I-o-án-ni-na - U-o-án-nu-na
        • Filiates - Fi-lá-tes
        • Filippiada - Fi-lip-pá-da
        • Metsovo - Mét-so-vo
        • Konitsa - Kó-nit-sa
        • Paramythia - Pe-ra-my-thá - Pe-ra-mju-thá
        • Souli - Suú-li
        • Dodoni - Do-dó-ni
        • Zitsa - Zít-sa

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