Kella (Greek: Κέλλα, Macedonian Slavic: Горничево, Gorničevo) is a village in the Amyntaio municipality of the Florina Prefecture, Greece.
The village was first mentioned in an Ottoman defter of 1468, where it is listed under the name of Gorničevo and described as a small settlement of thirty households. A second defter of 1481 records that the number had increased by only three households.
^ "Δημοτικό Διαμέρισμα Κέλλης" (in Greek). Δήμος Αμυνταίου. Retrieved 2009-01-05.[dead link]
^ Kravari, Vassiliki (1989) (in French). Villes et villages de Macédoine occidentale. Realites byzantines. 2. Paris: Editions P. Lethielleux. p. 263. ISBN 2-283-60452-4.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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