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Index




Abydos, 152 Andronikos Palaiologos, despot of Thessalonike,
Acciaiuoli, Nerio, 46, 235, 238, 250, 251 39“40, 44, 47“8, 54, 63, 74, 83, 114
Achaia, 235“7, 248, 255, 266, 287 funeral oration for, 111
Achinos, village in the Strymon region, 88“9, 93, Androusa, 252
94 angariae, 263
adelphata, 57“9, 91, 92 angaria guarde, 241
Adeniates, John, 136 Angelos family, 58, 79, 80n99, 82
Adrianople, 25, 114, 205, 206, 220, 229, 230 Constantine, 157
Aetos, 252 George, 80, App. I
Agallianos family, 229, App. III Aninos, 266
tax-farmer, 229 Ankara, battle of, 7, 32“3, 39, 140, 181“3, 258
Theodore, 220“2 aftermath, 33“5, 47, 62, 102, 140, 186, 190,
Agalos, 126 201, 202, 207, 262
Ainos, 280 Antonios IV, patriarch of Constantinople, 135“6,
akce, 69, 207 178
¸
Akova, fortress (Morea), 240 Arachova, 266
Archangelos, 252
Albanians, 142, 144, 241, 261n10, 273n66
archontes, 140, 145, 214
revolt in the Morea, 233, 282
Constantinopolitan, 125, 126, 133, 134, 164,
see also Petro Bua
180“2, 187, 196, 198, 212, 279
Alexander the Great, 45
Alfonso V, king of Aragon and Naples, 37, 211 Morean, 244, 248“9, 257, 261“7, 269, 271,
Ali Pasa, 91 273, 277, 281, 283“4
¸
Amadeo VI, count of Savoy, 28, 123“4 Thessalonian, 43, 44, 59, 70“1, 76“83, 85, 106,
Anagnostes, John, 11, 43, 50, 52, 76, 86, 90, 101, 113, App. I
111“12 Argos, 239“41, 256“7, 277
Latin archbishop of, 237
Anatavlas
George, 91“2 Argyropoulos family, 62, 82, 163, App. II
Theodore, 91 Andreas, 74, 163“4
George, 82, App. II
Anatolia, 7, 9, 19, 24, 25, 30, 32, 33, 45, 151, 189,
John, 73, 76
205, 231, 242
Argyros family, 192, App. III
deportations from, 99
Polos, 163“4
deportations to, 241
aristocracy, 41, 45, 60, 74, 79, 117, 159, 167, 179,
Gregory Palamas™ captivity in, 42
211, 225“6, 231, 259, 263“5, 268, 274, 281,
Isidore Glabas™ and Gabriel of Thessalonike™s
285, 287
trips to, 54
and central authority, 237“8, 244, 245, 253“4,
Palaiologoi serve in Ottoman campaigns in,
256, 259“61, 263, 269“71, 277, 281, 282
32, 119, 129, 139
and Italians, 113, 134“5, 161“2, 192“4, 228, 230
Timur™s invasion of, 143
and Latins, 236, 237
Andreas, protostrator, 110
and Ottomans, 27, 49, 60, 83, 90, 113, 229,
Andronikos IV Palaiologos, emperor, 29, 119“31,
242“3, 247“8
135, 146, 230, 238, 244

339
340 Index
blockade of Constantinople by, 11, 25, 52, 118,
aristocracy (cont.)
economic problems of, 57, 60, 71, 162“6, 132, 148“83, 185, 213, 220, 222, 227, 231
169 defeated at Ankara, 182, 186, 207, 258, 262
Asanes family, 198, 228, 279, 281, 283, App. III, property grants to Byzantines by, 89
sons of, 33, 34, 186
App. IV, App. V(C)
John (I), 126 Venice and, 188“9
John (II), 61 Bayezid Pasa, grand vizier, 142, 144“5
¸
Benedict XII, pope, 23
Matthew, brother-in-law of Despot
Demetrios Palaiologos, 278“80, 282 Berroia, 25
Bessarion, cardinal, 14, 273“6
Paul, kephale of Constantinople (father of
Matthew), 279“80 Bithynia, 24
Black Death, 19; see also plague
Asanina, Theodora, wife of Despot Demetrios
Palaiologos, 279“80 Black Sea, 19, 189, 195, 215, 246
asapi, 110 Bocchiardi
Antonio, 210
Asia Minor, see Anatolia
As±kpasazade, 16“17, 101, 129n39, 138n83 Troilo, 210, 213
¸ ¸
askerˆ class, 275 Bochales, Manuel, 282“3
±
Astras family, 161 Bordonia, 277
Michael (Synadenos), 134, 161 Bosnia, 280
Bosphorus, 199, 220
oikeios, son-in-law of Komnenos Branas and
Boucicaut, Marshal, 151“2
Anna Palaiologina, 134, 161
Boulgaris, Nicholas, 147“8
Athens, 235, 250“1
Bouzenos, Manuel, 163“5
Athos, see Mount Athos
Brachnos, Theodore, exarchos ton myrepson, 81,
Ayd±n emirate, 25
Ayd±no˜ lu dynasty, 9; see also Isa Beg, App. I
g
Ayd±no˜ lu; Umur Beg, Ayd±no˜ lu
g g Branas, App. V(D)
Komnenos, 133“4, 161
Badoer, Giacomo, 16, 103n62, 191“4, 196, 202“5, Nicholas, 169
207, 210“13, 215, 228, 247, App. III Brankovi´, George, despot of Serbia, 11
c
bailo, of Constantinople, 65“7, 188, 244 bread, 105“7, 111, 153, 223, 224
vice-, 155 Broqui`re, Bertrandon de la, 15, 191, 196, 199,
e
bakers, 155“6, 159 201, 202
Balkans, 19, 205 Bryennios
Bayezid I and, 30“3, 150, 231 Joseph, monk and writer, 13, 52, 186“7, 194,
Ottoman expansion in, 19, 25“7, 30, 123 197“8
Ottoman policy toward Christians in, 26, 92, Makarios, 88“9
247 Manuel, 126
bankers, 41, 71, 117, 157, 202, 207, 216, 247 Bryennios-Laskaris family, 89; see also Laskaris,
Barbaro, Nicol` , 15, 223, 225“6
o Demetrios Bryennios
Barlaam of Calabria, 23 Brysis, village (Morea), 269
barley, 81, 106, 271 Buda, 28
Baropolitissa, Theodora, 164 Bulgaria, 19, 25, 27, 29“30, 37

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