Title, Chronicon majus Chronicon minus Volume of Patrologiae cursus completus : Series graeca. Author, Georges Phranzes. Publisher, Apud J.-P. Get this from a library! [Chronicon minus ] The fall of the Byzantine: a chronicle. [ Georgius, Sphrantzes.; Marios Philippides]. Get this from a library! Chronicon minus. Chronicon maius. Memorii ; Chronic [Georgius, Sphrantzes.; Macarius Melissenus].

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He was born in Constantinopleduring the Chroicon blockade of that city; his godmother was the nun Thomais. Sphrantzes was also translated into German inand into English by Marios Philippides Amherst, Cambridge,p. Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. Views Read Edit View history. George Sphrantzesalso Phrantzes or Phrantza Greek: Bump, would love to see this on switch!

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Another switch owner who would love to see this on the switch: Changing difficulty mid game? For centuries it was believed that Sphrantzes wrote two works, one the Minor Chronicle and the other the Major Chronicle. This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat I was not at his side at that hour but had been inspecting another part of the City, according to his orders.

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George Akropolites Theodore Skoutariotes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is a very valuable authority for the events of his own times.

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George Sphrantzes

He attempted to secure Athens for his master in ; [8] he negotiated Constantine’s second marriage with Caterina Gattilusio in ; [9] he was appointed prefect of Mistras in ; [10] and most importantly he was sent on an embassy to Georgia and the Empire of Trebizond in search of a third wife for Emperor Constantine. It was while a monk he wrote his history, which ends with the notice of Sultan Mehmed II ‘s attempt to capture Naupaktoswhich he dates to the summer of ; Sphrantzes is assumed to have died not long after that event.

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The most recent critical edition of Sphrantzes is by Vasile Grecu Bucharest,which appeared with a Romanian translation. Bekker in the Corpus scriptorum hist. He managed to go to Adrianople inchroncon his wife, and return to the Morea, while evading the Sultan Mehmed.

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When they arrived in the Morea, Constantine made him governor of Glarentzaand Sphrantzes assisted Constantine in the latter’s efforts to conquer the remainder of the Morea, but was captured 26 March in a skirmish outside of Patras and held prisoner until his relationship to Constantine was recognized, and he was paroled back to the Byzantine side to negotiate surrender of the citadel. Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts.

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Nov 13, A Chronicle by George Sphrantzes, Amherst: Ready to buy on the switch as well!

About the death of Emperor Constantine, he writes simply, “in this capture my late master and emperor, Lord Constantine, was killed. Originally posted by crimsonedge Despite being involved in the defense of the city, George Sphrantzes’ account of the siege and capture of Constantinople in lacks much detail.

All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. There is an edition with Italian translation by R. I’ll buy it on PC, after writing this comment even, but I would buy it again for a higher price, just to play it on Switch. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. That could make the point: The Major Chronicle is more detailed particularly about the siege of Constantinople.

The distinctive traits of his work are loyalty to the Palaiologoi — Sphrantzes often exaggerated their merits and suppressed their defects — hatred of the Turksand devotion to Orthodoxy.