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Fighting spread a month later to the Morea, and Greek battlefield successes were marred by atrocities against Turkish civilians.
Around 15,000 out of the 40,000 Turkish inhabitants of the Morea were slaughtered.
Wolves are common in all the mountainous regions and jackals are numerous in the Morea.
The revolution broke out in the Morea at the beginning of April 1821, and soon spread over the whole of its country districts.
It belonged to the Republic of Venice, which was also deprived of others of its possessions on the coast of the Morea.
There are traces of earlier sea-beaches at Corinth, and on the coast of the Morea, and at the mouth of the Hellada.
Among the Greeks the wildest enthusiasm prevailed, especially throughout the Morea, the ancient Peloponnesus.Beacon Lights of History, Volume IX|John Lord