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Giuseppe Schirò (archbishop)

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Giuseppe Schirò (archbishop)

Giuseppe Schirò (1690-1769) was an Arbëreshë clergy and writer of the 18th century.


Giuseppe Schirò was born in 1690 in

See also

  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ The Basilian Monks of Grottaferrata/Piana degli Albanesi in Albania


Schirò died in 1769 and will be remembered for the important contributions in the early Albanian language writings.[1]

He became a writer in Greek and in Arbëresh, and later became archbishop of the short-lived Christian orthodox archdiocesis of Durazzo[2] and vicar apostolic in mission of Himara.


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