Talk:Plovdiv

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Demographics[edit]

Either make the demographics a table or don't include them. They read very clumsily and I don't think they add much to the article.HRouillier (talk) 22:14, 17 November 2017 (UTC)

"According to provided records of the households and owners/renters in the central part of Plovdiv by the Bulgarian chronicler Genchev, in the 19th century, of 358 households/owners there were 141 (39.4%) Bulgarian, 94 (26.3%) Gulidas (Hellenized Bulgarians from Plovdiv), 41 (11.4%) Bulgarian parents with children Gulidas, 36 (10.1%) Langeris (Helllenized Bulgarians from Plovdiv's surroundings), 14 (3.9%) Greek from other parts of the Ottoman Empire, 12 (3.3%) Aromanian, 9 (2.5%) Bulgarian speaking Muslim, 7 (2%) Albanian; according to the Greek chronicler Lyberatos of 370 households 141 of the owners/households were Gudilas (38.1%), 118 (33.7%) were Bulgarian, 39 (10.5%) were Langeris, 20 (5.4%) Armenian, 14 (3.8%) Aromanian, 17 (4.6%) Greek from other parts of the Ottoman Empire, 8 (2.2%) Greek/Bulgarian, 6 (1.4%) Albanian, 5 (1.4%) Bulgarian speaking Muslim, 2 (0.5%) Karmanli.[1][2] "

  1. ^ Graecomans Archived 19 February 2016 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Detrez, Raymon (2003). Relations between Greeks and Bulgarians: The Gudilas of Plovid. Aldershot, England: Ashgate. p. 34,36. ISBN 978-0-7546-0998-8.