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  • He was a student of the Corfiote hierodeacon Frangiskos Prosalentis.
  • The invading army was repulsed four times by the Corfiote garrison and was unable to breach the defences of the castle.
  • The Venetian of the Corfiote Jews accordingly differed from the same Venetian dialect as spoken by non-Jews in the same town.
  • Later, the Corfiote representations to Venice succeeded in their demands that the Castellan of Angelokastro be appointed locally by the city of Corfu.
  • When, in 1453, Constantinople Corfu by a Corfiote monk called Kalohairetis ( ???????????? ), where they remain to this day, in Saint Spyridon Church.
  • The Greek government abolished all Italian schools in the Ionian islands in 1870, and as a consequence, by the 1940s there were only four hundred Corfiote Italians left.
  • This in itself began life in the late 17th or early 18th century as a fortified estate centre belonging to a Corfiote family that farmed land on the plains south of the ancient city.
  • A Corfiote Jew visiting any part of Apulia would have found difficulty in understanding the spoken vernacular or the songs of the natives, although the grammatical structure is exactly the same as that of his own dialect.
  • After fierce fighting with the Ottomans during which Schulenburg and the local Corfiote garrison distinguished themselves in battle, the Ottomans finally abandoned their plans of capturing the castle and departed Corfu on 19 August 1716 after a siege which lasted seven weeks.
  • The Corfiote Italians, even if reduced to a few hundreds in the 1930s, were strongly supported by fascist propaganda and in the summer of 1941 ( after the Italian occupation of the Ionian islands ) Italian schools were reopened in Corfu city.
  • They implemented a process of italianization, with creation of Italian schools, centered around the small surviving community of the Corfiote Italians, who still spoke the Venetian dialect, but which by that time numbered only 500 people, living mainly in Corfu city.
  • The church of the "'Antivouniotissa "'is an aisleless, timber-roofed basilica in which the particular characteristic of the Corfiote churches of the period are preserved intact : that is, the exonarthex envelopes the church on three of its four sides.
  • In 1406, the Venetian Senate received a petition by Corfiote representatives to Venice under the " capitoli ", i . e . political privileges granted by Venice to Corfu upon entering the Venetian state, who had asked that positions of public officials in Corfu be filled locally for a year.
  • The majority of them are tombstones with incised or relief names and coats-of-arms of noblemen, great protopapades ( leading clerics ), and distinguished Corfiote personalities in general, who were buried here, closely linking the "'Antivouniotissa "'with the history of the island.
  • Nowadays, in the face of rigours of a modern life from which Corfiote society has not been spared, " cant醖es " ( from the Italian verb " cantare ", " to sing " ) are only performed by semi-professional or amateur singers, often as attractions for visitors.
  • Kapodistrias, a Corfiote nobleman who had become the Russian Foreign Minister and finally the first president of Greece, was well remembered in France for his pro-French policies he advocated at the Congress of Vienna, as a liberal influence at the court of the Emperor Alexander I, and for his work establishing Greek independence.
  • When Venice ruled Corfu and the Ionian islands, which lasted during the Renaissance and until the late 18th century, most of the Corfiote upper classes spoke Venetian in many cases ) and converted to Roman Catholicism, but the mass of people remained Greek ethnically, linguistically, and religiously before and after the Ottoman sieges of the 16th century.
  • Nelson informed Vincent that he supported Vincent's decision to attack " Actif ", and that he, Nelson, would advise the British minister at Corfu to draw the attention of the authorities that if enemy vessels took advantage of Corfu's neutrality to fire on British warships from Corfiote ports, the British would be justified in destroying the French privateers.
  • In 1979 Maria Desylla-Kapodistria, former mayor of Corfu and the first female mayor in Greece, bequeathed the Kapodistrias summer home under contract No . 4541 / 3.11.1979 to the Reading Society of Corfu, the Philharmonic Society of Corfu and the Society of Corfiote Studies for the purpose of converting it to a museum dedicated to the memory of Ioannis Kapodistrias.
  • Corfu also produces local animal products, such as Corfiote " gravi閞a " ( a variant of Grana ); " Corfu butter " ( " Bo鷗yro Kerk齬as " ), an intensely flavored cooking and baking butter made of ewe's milk; and the " no鷐boulo " salami made of pork and lard and flavored with orange peel, oregano, thyme and other aromatic herbs, which are also burned for smoking.