Vocational and Cultural Training of Albanians in the Post Middle age Period

Irena Ndreu


This paper presents the results of a survey on professions and cultural formation of Albanians in Venice in post middle age’s period, based on funds of the Venetian and Albanian archives. At the end of the fourteenth century, reports and dominance of the Venetian hegemony in Albania oscillates and changes leaving to the country a new and aggressive power in growth – The Ottoman Empire. Political instability inside Albanian territory stands for some reason the Albanian emigration. In front of all these foreigners that it is sometimes difficult to discern whether they lived in Venice or not, the city of Doxha was becoming was for many Orientals a second home where they were exercising their activities. Viewing community and official reports and referring to the school of San Maurizio in the recorded data Matricola, ie the statute which was regulating the life of society, allows us to learn about the presence of Albanians in Venice and occupations followed by them. The study except professions also provides an analysis in the field of culture where Albanians gave a very high contribution by becoming known throughout the world as well as through schools that they had created had a high cultural formation in which the creation of these schools affected very well to the preservation of cultural traditions.

Keywords: Albanians, emigration, Venecia, professions, culture.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i5.598

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i5.598.g1463

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