Murder of Greek Patriarch of Constantinople by Turks (34 words)

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After several outbreaks of violence in the Morea, in which Turks are massacred by Greek insurgents, Turks murder the Greek Patriarch of Constantinople as an act of reprisal, and a reign of terror begins.

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Editors. "Murder of Greek Patriarch of Constantinople by Turks". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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