The History of the Greek Patriarchate of Jerusalem as Reflected in Codex Patriarchicus No. 428, 1517–1805

@article{Vryonis1981TheHO,
  title={The History of the Greek Patriarchate of Jerusalem as Reflected in Codex Patriarchicus No. 428, 1517–1805},
  author={Speros Vryonis},
  journal={Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies},
  year={1981},
  volume={7},
  pages={29 - 53}
}
Between 1891 and 1898 the indefatigable Greek archivist A. Papa-dopoulos-Kerameus published in five volumes the , The Analects of Jerusalemite Gleanings, in which he edited a large number of texts and short listings of documents dealing specifically with the history of the Greek patriarchate of Jerusalem and more generally with the broader historical frame of reference. Despite the richness of the documentation which his publications revealed the scholarly world has taken little notice of this… 
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