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Hagios Georgios, fortress (Morea), 265“7, 283 209, 213“16, 218, 228, 231, 264
Halil, Ottoman commander, 145 Demetrios Kydones in, 174
John V in, 124“6
Halil, son of Orhan Beg, 121“2
John VIII and Demetrios Palaiologos in, 141,
Halil Pasa, see Candarl± Halil Pasa
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278
Hamza, brother of Bayezid Pasa, 144
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Manuel II in, 33
Hamza Beg, governor of Gallipoli and admiral,
Nicholas Eudaimonoioannes in, 264
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344 Index
Jews, 108, 170, 204, 206, 229 Kassandreia, 63, 64, 110
Joanna of Naples, princess of Achaia, 235, 236 Kastoria, 82n110, 108
John V Palaiologos, emperor, 11, 12, 25, 27“30, Kastritzi, 278, 282
32, 33, 36, 39, 43, 119“31, 133, 135“8, 146, 147, Katablattas, 73“4, 198
236, 238, 244, 246 Katadokeinos, see Katablattas
John VI Kantakouzenos, emperor, 9, 11, 20“1, Katadoukinos, Demetrios, 140, 278
27“9, 119, 121, 122, 125, 126 Katalanos, Manuel, 177
John VII Palaiologos, emperor, 31, 129, 131“7, katallaktes/-ai, see moneychangers
139“40, 142, 147, 148, 160“1, 171, 176, 181, Katharos, Theodore, 75“6
182, 196, 215, 230 Katzas
as ruler of Thessalonike, 39, 44, 62, 63 John, 170
John VIII Palaiologos, emperor, 18, 34“7, 47, Manuel, 170“1
140, 141, 190“1, 198, 210, 219, 252, 263, 264, Kaukadenos, Theodore, 145
278, 279 kephalatikion, 98“9
Joseph II, patriarch of Constantinople, 213 Kiev, metropolitan of, 155; see also Isidore of Kiev
Kiverion, 257
Kabakes family, 283, App. I Knights of St. John, at Rhodes, see Hospitallers,
Kabasilas of Rhodes
Manuel, 134“5 Kokalas family, 79, 80n99, App. I
Nicholas, 46 Kollydros, village, 94, 96
Komes, Bartholomaios, 59, 79, App. I
kadi
of Constantinople, 138“9, 201“2, 207 kommerkion, 67, 86, 194, 201, 223
of Thessalonike, 101“2, 104 Kontostephanos, Kaballarios, 158
Kaffa, 150n7, 204, 215, 247 Korax, Theologos, 88, 142“5, 188
Kotyaeion (K¨ tahya), 182
Kalamaria, 33, 91, 202 u
Kalamata, 252, 279 Koumouses
Kalekas, Manuel, 12“13, 150, 155 Alexios, 157, 158
Kallistos, George, orphanotrophos, 136 cloth merchant (father of Alexios), 156“7
Kallokyres, Thomas, 164, 166, 167, 178 Kritoboulos of Imbros, 8, 10“11, 182, 221“2, 281
Kaloeidas, 157 Krokodeilos, see Krokondylos family
Kalothetos, Leo, governor of Phokaia, 122 Krokondylos family, 265“7, 283
Kananos family, 228 Kydones, Demetrios, 11“13, 32, 43, 46, 52, 56, 61,
John, chronicler, 11, 187“8, 206 70, 76, 115, 119“20, 122“5, 128“9, 136,
140“2, 144“6, 148, 174, 245“6
Kantakouzene, Theodora, daughter of John VI,
wife of Orhan Beg, 121, 126 Kydonides, see Tzamplakon, Kydonides
Kantakouzenos family, 192, 228, 229, 236, Kyprianos family, 79, App. I
App. III, App. V
Lampadenos, Perios, 162
Andronikos (Mustafa), tax-farmer, 229
Laskaris family, 82, 89, 192, 228, App. II,
Demetrios, son of Despot Matthew
Kantakouzenos, 237“8 App. III, App. V(A)
Alexios, 270“1
John, 61, App. I
Demetrios Bryennios, 88“9
John Palaiologos, 270“1
Demetrios, archon in the Morea, 283
John, son of Despot Matthew
Laskaris Kananos, 228, App. V(B)
Kantakouzenos, 237“8
Lathras, Doukas, 82n110, 108
Theodore, 61
Theodore Palaiologos, 61“2, 197“8, App. IV Latin West, see Europe, western
Latins, 4“5, 10, 12, 19, 22“4, 105, 124, 184, 201,
see also John VI Kantakouzenos, emperor;
225, 227, 235“7, 253, 258, 266, 270, 275,
Manuel Kantakouzenos, despot; Matthew
276, 280, 283“4
Kantakouzenos, despot
Byzantine attitudes towards, 49, 52“5, 113“14,
Karamanids, 205
185, 212“13, 216“18, 230“2, 250, 264“5, 277,
Kardamis, John, 108
281, 288“9
Karytaina, 266n34, 277, 282
image of, 23
Kasandrenos family, 79, 80n99
Manuel, 81, App. I Lazarevi´, Stefan, Serbian despot, 31
c
merchant from Thessalonike, 81 Lemnos, 10, 35, 37, 154
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Leonardo of Chios, 15, 209, 213, 223, 225“6 Martin V, pope, 272
Matthew I, patriarch of Constantinople, 151, 155,
Leontares
Bryennios, governor of Selymbria, 160 158, 167, 176, 180“1, 186
Demetrios Laskaris, 39, 44, 81, 160, 198, Matthew Kantakouzenos, despot of the Morea,
237“8
App. IV
John, 191 Matthew of Medeia, 196
Manuel Bryennios, 198, App. IV Maurommates, 172
Leontarion, 282 Mauropapas family, 283
Lepanto, 276 Leo, 266, 283
Lesbos, 9, 15, 150n7, 223 Maximos, metropolitan of Patras, 249“51, 253
Loi, 252, 267 Mazaris
Lopadiotes, George, priest, 180 Manuel, skevophylax, 108
Loredan, Bernab` , duke of Thessalonike, 112 satirist, 164, 260“1, 265, 267
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Louis the Great, king of Hungary, 28, 124 meat, 111, 271
Loukanes, Nikephoros, 280“2 Mehmed I, sultan, 34, 56, 73, 90, 142
Mehmed II (the Conqueror), sultan, 5, 9“11, 17,
Macedonia, 19, 32, 39, 41, 45, 94, 99, 240, 242, 38, 203, 232, 254, 281, 282, 287
and archontes of the Morea, 233, 265, 267,
247, 256
282“4
Magaducha, Manoli, protostrator, 263
and Despot Demetrios Palaiologos, 280, 286
Magistros, John, 158
concessions to Pera of, 86
Mahmud Pasa, grand vizier, 90n23, 213n114, 283
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Makarios of Ankara, 196 siege and capture of Constantinople by, 88,
Makarios, patriarch of Constantinople, 135 184, 185, 213, 214, 217“22, 224, 226, 232
Makres, Makarios, 56n1, 84, 199“200, 209 Melachrinos family, 79, 80n99, 81n100, 82,
Mamonas family, 228, 245“7, 283, App. III, App. II
John Douk(a)s, 82, App. I
App. V(D)
archon in the Morea, 248 Melissenos family, 196“8, App. III
archon of Monemvasia, 243“6, 248, 256 Andronikos Apokaukos, 196“7, App. IV
Gregory Palaiologos, 246“7 Makarios, see Pseudo-Phrantzes
Monemvasiot pirate, 245 Melitias, town in Thrace, 130, 131
Mentese emirate, 25
see also Gregoras, Demetrios Mamonas ¸
Mani, 252 mercenaries, 20, 274
Mantena (Mandinia), fortress in Messenia, 265 Turkish, 237, 240, 266, 283
Manuel II Palaiologos, emperor, 12, 14, 18“19, 44, see also Navarrese Company
47, 65, 67, 72, 119, 122, 132“4, 136“7, 140, merchants, 24, 41, 117, 190, 191, 228“9
142“4, 147, 149, 154“5, 160, 174, 194, 196, Armenian, 204
Byzantine, 61, 81, 192“4, 201, 205“6, 285
197, 201, 212, 239, 244, 249, 274, 277, 279
and Bayezid I, 31, 137“9 Catalan, 191
and Church union, 36 Constantinopolitan, 156“62, 167, 180, 207,
and Mehmed I, 34 App. III
as vassal in Ottoman army, 128“9, 137, 139 Florentine, 15, 191“2
foreign policy, 32“5 Genoese, 67“8, 107, 191, 223, 224
independent regime in Thessalonike, 7, 39, Greek, 201, 216, 247
43, 45“7, 51“3, 60“2, 81, 238 Italian, 20, 68, 192, 193, 197, 206, 230
trip to Europe, 160, 179, 180 Jewish, 204, 206
Ottoman, 16, 102, 138, 139, 201“8
writings: discourse of counsel to
Thessalonians, 13“14, 44“6; epistolary Ragusan, 75, 223
discourse to Nicholas Kabasilas, 46; funeral Thessalonian, 57, 64, 65, 67“9, 71, 74“6, 81
Venetian, 46, 65, 67, 107, 188, 189, 191, 194,
oration for Theodore I, 13, 237, 242“3, 245,
201, 223, 226, 245
253“6, 258; letters, 52, 62, 71, 174, 186
western, 207
Manuel Kantakouzenos, despot of the Morea,
235, 237, 254n78 Mesembria, 33, 36n48, 37, 141, 279
Mariskin, village at Kassandreia, 63 mesoi, 41, 117
Maritsa, battle of, 29 Messenia, 265
Marmara, sea of, 223 Methodios, monk, 170“1
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Metochites family, 79 Mount Athos, 15, 60, 92, 98, 179
Demetrios Palaiologos, 211 monasteries of: Chilandar, 94; Dionysiou, 59,
Laskaris, megas chartoularios, 80, App. I 63; Docheiariou, 57“9, 64, 92;
Metriotes, Michael, 75 Esphigmenou, 64, 91“2, 94; Iveron, 62, 74;
Michael VIII Palaiologos, emperor, 175 Koutloumousiou, 94; Lavra, 59, 60, 154;
Milan, 35, 214 Philotheou, 61; Xenophon, 62“3
Mistra, 5, 10, 234, 236, 253, 254, 270“1, 276, 280, submits to Murad II, 114
282 Murad I, sultan, 29“30, 32, 99, 119“30, 132, 240
Brontochion monastery, 266 property grants to Byzantines by, 89
Pantanassa monastery, 252 Theodore I and, 239“40, 249, 255, 256
popular resistance to the Hospitallers in, 258, Murad II, sultan, 17, 34“5, 37, 141“3, 145, 189“90,
286 203, 205, 273, 278“80, 286
and Constantinople, 11, 88, 187“8, 206
Modon, 235, 241“2, 244, 251, 258, 263, 268, 276
and monasteries, 114“15
Greek confraternity in, 277
and Thessalonike, 11, 40, 47“50, 52, 101, 105,
monasteries, 92“8, 114“15, 175“9, 186
107, 112
Akapniou (Thessalonike), 88, 93“6
Venice and, 188
Bassos (Constantinople), 176
Musa Celebi, son of Bayezid I, 47, 49, 64, 72, 73,
Bebaias Elpidos (Constantinople), 175“6 ¸
186, 189
Blachernai (Clarentza), 280
Mustafa, brother of Murad II, 189
Brontochion (Mistra), 266
Mustafa, pretender, 35
Charsianeites (Constantinople), 176, 186; see
also Neophytos of Charsianeites Mytilene, see Lesbos
Christ Akataleptos (Constantinople), 178
Hexazenos (Thessalonike), 96, 97 Nauplia, 239n19, 283
Hodegoi (Constantinople), 178 Navarrese Company, 235“40, 242, 253“5, 287
Kosmidion (Constantinople), 179 Negroponte, 49, 65“6, 73, 144, 241, 250
Magistros (Constantinople), 177 Neilos, patriarch of Constantinople, 250
Myrelaion (Constantinople), 165 Neokastron, 252
Nea Mone (Thessalonike), 90, 93“7 Neopatras, 251
Panagia Pausolype (Constantinople), 176“7 Neophytos of Charsianeites, 216; see also
Pantanassa (Mistra), 252 Neophytos, anti-unionist monk
Neophytos of Rhodes, hieromonk, 213
Pantokrator/Blatadon (Thessalonike), 93, 94,
Neophytos, anti-unionist monk, 209; see also
96“7, 104, 114
Peribleptos (Constantinople), 177 Neophytos of Charsianeites
Nesi, 252
Prodromos (Thessalonike), 84n1, 93, 95“6
Nesri, 16, 30n32, 101, 129n39
St. Andrew in Krisei (Constantinople), 177 ¸
Nestor-Iskander, 211
St. Athanasios (Thessalonike), 84n1, 93, 96“7
New Phokaia, 9
St. Basil (Constantinople), 176
Nicholas V, pope, 211, 214, 219, 221n150, 225
St. Mamas (Constantinople), 174, 175
Nikopolis, crusade of, 31, 33, 138n83, 150“1, 189,
St. Photis, monydrion (Thessalonike), 90
200, 240, 257
see also Mount Athos
Notaras family, 192, 193, 214“15, 218, 228,
Monembasiotes, Michael, 157, 168“9
Monemvasia, 243“8, 256“7, 264, 286 App. V(A)
Anna, 215“16, App. V(D)
moneychangers, 75, 81
Demetrios, kommerkiarios, 215, App. III
moneylenders, 42, 167“8
George, 215
monks, 53, 104, 170“1, 178“9, 181, 188, 286
and Ottomans, 97“8, 114, 232 Isaak, 215, App. III
and union, 46, 52, 209, 216, 218 Jacob, 216, App. V(D)
Morea, 10, 19, 25, 31, 35, 144 Loukas, 88, 214“18, 227, App. III
Despotate of the, 8, 14“15, 21, 22, 37“8, 47, 72, Nicholas, 134“5, 197, 215, 218, App. IV
223, 233“88 Theodore, 215, App. III
Frankish conquest, 235, 248, 264, 284 Thomas Eliabourkos, 265
Morosini, Venetian chronicler, 48 Novo Brdo, 75, 76
Moschopoulina, Anna Tornaraia, 172“3 nuns, 158, 175, 177
Moscow, grand duke of, 210 and union, 209
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Olbofaci, Theodore, 110 Demetrios Palaiologos, despot; John V
Orhan Beg, Ottoman ruler, 20, 27, 29, 121, 122, Palaiologos, emperor; John VII Palaiologos,
126 emperor; John VIII Palaiologos, emperor;
Orthodoxy, 13, 53, 71, 87, 103; see also Church, Manuel II Palaiologos, emperor; Michael
Byzantine VIII Palaiologos, emperor; Theodore I
Ottomans, 5, 8“12, 18“20, 24“37, 41, 57, 61“4, Palaiologos, despot; Theodore II
69, 71, 72, 74, 76“8, 83, 99“102, 107, 112, Palaiologos, despot; Thomas Palaiologos,
127, 137, 140, 172, 194, 205, 224, 225, 239, despot
240, 247“9, 258 Palamas, Gregory, 42
Byzantine attitudes toward, 52“4, 60, 83, Panidos, 33, 129
113“15, 136“7, 180“2, 185, 199“200, 208“9, Panopoulos, 178
212, 216“18, 230“2, 281, 288“9 papacy, 5, 12, 18, 21, 28, 37, 46, 52, 53, 113, 210,
286; see also Rome, Church of
Byzantine cooperation and accommodation
with, 46“7, 49“52, 119“21, 123“6, 131, Papylas, Manuel, 170, 175
140“8, 242“3, 250“1, 255“6, 277“80 Paris, 52
¬‚ight to, 49, 106, 147“8, 150“2, 180 Parori inscription, 236“7, 242, 245, 253
marriage alliances with, 121“2 Patras, 269“71, 273, 280, 286; see also Maximos,
see also merchants, Ottoman metropolitan of Patras
peasants, 64, 70, 113, 241, 263, 276, 286,
Padua, 50 288
Pedema, 252
Palaiologina
Anna, wife of Komnenos Branas, 133, 134, Pegonites, Constantine, 158
161 Peloponnese, see Morea
Eirene, 178“9 pendamerea, 107, 110
Eirene, daughter of John V, 121 Pepagomenos family, 171, 283, App. III
Eirene, daughter of Manuel Papylas, 170 Pera (Galata), 20, 82, 130, 138, 139, 159“60, 162,
190“1, 195, 199, 201, 206, 215
Helena Dragaˇ, empress (wife of Manuel II),

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