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The tombstone of an Ecumenical Patriarch in Muswell Hill, London: Meletios II (1700-80, r. 1768–9)
This article examines the tombstone of Meletios II, a native of Tenedos, who was briefly Ecumenical Patriarch in 1768–9. It also offers an account of his troubled patriarchate and sketches events inExpand
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Byzantium and Venice, 1204–1453: Collected Studies
Contents: Preface John V Palaeologus in Venice (1370-1371) and the Chronicle of Caroldo: a re-interpretation Studies on the Chronicle of Caroldo, with special reference to the history of ByzantiumExpand
The Byzantine Empire from the eleventh to the fifteenth century
The defeat of the Byzantine armyby the Seljuk Turks at the battle of Malazgirt (Manzikert) in 1071 ushered in a period of military decline, which, despite its fluctuations, culminated with theExpand
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