Prof. Dr. Chryssa Maltezou


Academy of Athens, Greece


Curriculum vitae

Chryssa Maltezou, formerly Director of the Istituto Ellenico di
Studi Bizantini e Postbizantini di Venezia, Professor Emeritus at the University of Athens, is Member of the Academy of Athens and Supervisor of the Research Center for Medieval and Modern Hellenism.

Her field of research is the history of Greece during the period of the Venetian domination.
She has authored over 200 publications on various aspects of Veneto-Βyzantine relations as well as
on the history of Greece under Latin rule. She was honoured by being decorated as an Officer of the
Order of Honour (Hellenic Republic, 2003).

Wichtigste Publikationen:

Crete. Τhe historical and social context, in Literature and society in Renaissance Crete, ed. D.Ηolton, Cambridge University Ρress 1991, S. 17–47;

Venetian presence in Kythira (in Greek), Athens 1991;
Βyzantine 'consuetudines' in Venetian Crete, Dumbarton Οaks Ρapers 49 (1995), S. 269–280;
Venice of the Greeks, Venice 1999; 'ire debeas in rettorem Caneae'. The ducal commission to the rector of Canea, Venice 2002; 
From Cyprus to Venice. Cypriots in the Serenissima after the Turkish conquest of the island (in Greek), Nicosia 2004;
Anna Palaiologhina Notara (in Greek), Athens 2004;
Τhe Greek Version of the Fourth Crusade: From Νiketas Choniates to Τhe Ηistory of the Greek Νation, in Urbs capta. La ΙVe Croisade et ses conséquences, sous la direction d’Αngeliki Laiou, Réalités byzantines 10, Ρaris 2005, S. 151–159;
Greece under Venetian domination: Approaching its history, ed.(in Greek), 2 vols, Athens-Venice 2010;
La vénétocratie en Méditerranée orientale: tendances historiographiques et état actuel des études, in: Venise et la Méditerranée. Rencontres européennes du patrimoine (30 et 31 octobre 2008), Venice 2011.