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CORRUPTION IN THE "PHANARIOTE CENTURY". SOCIAL PRACTICES AND LEGAL RULES IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. "The Phanariote Century", the period between 1711 / 1716-1821, in which the principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia were ruled by ethnic Greeks, loyal subjects of the sultan, from the rich Phanar district of Istanbul, was considered a period of decline characterized by the degradation of social life, by the accentuated impoverishment of a predominantly rural population, by the prosperity of thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.7502193 fatcat:vakwnkdjjzaqpfzbky66mlufsu