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[[Súbor:Souliotes 19th century painting.jpg|thumb|283x283px|Sulioti, maľba z 19. stor.]]
'''Sulioti''' ([[Gréčtina|gr.]] Σουλιώτες-Suliotes) bolibolo gréckigrécke Albánciobyvateľstvo, hovoriace prevažne po albánsky (v 19. stor. už značne grécizovaní)<ref>* Balázs Trencsényi, Michal Kopecek. Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1770-1945): The Formation of National Movements, Published by Central European University Press, 2006, ISBN 963732660X, 9789637326608 p. 173 "The Souliotes were Albanian by origin and Orthodox by faith"<br>* Giannēs Koliopoulos, John S. Koliopoulos, Thanos Veremēs. Greece: The Modern Sequel : from 1831 to the Present Edition: 2 Published by C. Hurst & Co. Publishers, 2004 ISBN 185065462X, 9781850654629 p. 184<br>* Eric Hobsbawm, Nations and Nationalism Since 1780: Programme, Myth, Reality Edition: 2, Published by Cambridge University Press, 1992 ISBN 0521439612, 9780521439619 p. 65<br>* NGL Hammond, Epirus: the Geography, the Ancient Remains, the History and Topography of Epirus and Adjacent Areas, Published by Clarendon P., 1967, p. 31 "<br>* Clogg, Richard ''[ Minorities in Greece: Aspects of a Plural Society]''. Oxford: Hurst, 2002, p. 178. [Footnote] "The Souliotes were a warlike Albanian Christian community, which resisted Ali Pasha in Epirus in the years immediately preceding the outbreak the Greek War of Independence in 1821."<br> * Vickers, Miranda. ''The Albanians: A Modern History''. I.B. Tauris, 1999, ISBN 1860645410, p. 20. "The Suliots, then numbering around 12,000, were Christian Albanians inhabiting a small independent community somewhat akin to tat of the Catholic Mirdite trive to the north<br>* Pappas, Nicholas. ''Greeks in Russian Military Service in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries''. Thessaloniki: Institute for Balkan Studies. Monograph Series, No. 219, 1991, ISSN: 0073-862X.<br>* Fleming, Katherine Elizabeth. ''[ The Muslim Bonaparte: Diplomacy and Orientalism in Ali Pasha's Greece]''. Princeton University Press, 1999, ISBN 0691001944, p. 59. "The history of the Orthodox Albanian peoples of the mountain stronghold of Souli provides an example of such an overlap."<br>* Gerolymatos, André. ''The Balkan Wars: Conquest, Revolution, and Retribution from the Ottoman Era to the Twentieth Century and Beyond''. Basic Books, 2002, ISBN 0465027326, p. 141. "The Suliot dance of death is an integral image of the Greek revolution and it has been seared into the consciousness of Greek schoolchildren for generations. Many youngsters pay homage to the memory of these Orthodox Albanians each year by recreating the event in their elementary school pageants."<br>* Darby, Henry Clifford and Great Britain Naval Intelligence Division. ''Greece''. University Press, 1944. "...who belong to the Cham branch of south Albanian Tosks (see volume I, pp. 363-5). In the mid-eighteenth century these people (the Souliotes) were a semi-autonomous community..."</ref>, ktorí. vV minulosti žili v [[Epirus|Epire]], v jeho časti [[Thesprótia]]. Nezaberali však celú Thesprótiu, ale iba jej malú horskú časť s dedinou Suli. Boli to výborní bojovníci, ktorí stále bojovali s [[Turci|Turkami]]. Často sú nesprávne spojovaní s [[Arvaniti|Arvanitmi]], žijúcimi na juhu Grécka.
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