By James Morton Paton

A number of phrases in regard to the contents of this little e-book are worthwhile. Its writer, on the time of his dying on November 23, 1944, had in preparation
an large paintings at the mediaeval historical past and monuments of Athens, in the
manifold resources for which, even after the worthy stories of Laborde and
more contemporary students, he nonetheless discovered a clean harvest. His researches, carried on
principally within the libraries and records of Paris, Venice, Florence and Rome,
were interrupted in 1939 through the ecu struggle, and their continuation at the
Harvard university Library was once a bit of later terminated through his steadily failing
health. His paintings, even with its lengthy length, can scarcely be stated to have passed
beyond the degree of gathering resources; their synthesis and dialogue he had of
course postponed till they need to were effectively assembled. He had,
however, even if Athens remained the heart of his curiosity, nearly completed
a few sections, forming to a definite quantity byways best from the most path,
and he had additionally ready the texts of assorted resources in a kind appropriate for publication.
This fabric is gathered the following within the desire that, as he may have desired,
it mzy turn out of carrier to destiny investigators within the comparable box. His deepest notes
have provided a foundation for the most a part of the moderate needful modifying, which has
chiefly consisted within the crowning glory or addition of footnotes. A lecture on Turkish
Athens, notwithstanding a bit hassle-free and introduced decades in the past, has been
included as a compendium of its topic which may be came upon handy. The accounts
of Athens in bankruptcy I1 were hitherto unpublished, or published
only in infrequent or now not simply obtainable texts, and for that reason, with a number of additions, are
brought jointly the following, no matter if now not annotated or absolutely collated. I t can't be too
strongly emphasised that not anyone might have insisted extra zealously than the
writer upon the basically incomplete of the cloth as an entire - a
condition certainly that bills for the absence or the inequalities in presentation
of a few vital resources between these given below.
He might earnestly have wanted to show his honest gratitude to the Bibliothcque
Nationale in Paris, to the Archivio di Stato and the Biblioteca Marciana
in Venice, the Biblioteca Laurenziana and the Archivio di Stato in Florence,
the Biblioteca Vaticana, and the Harvard collage Library for the numerous courtesies
that he acquired from them during his researches. that after back his
work must have been given a spot one of the Gennadeion Monographs is an
honor of which he may were deeply appreciative.

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De carnisprivio quod fecimw die martis in portu Acthenarum. -Predict0 die martis carnisprivii, custodivimus vigiliam sancti Mathie Apostoli, quia sic inveni in kalendario meo,’ et fecimus nostrum carnisprivium in litore maris, commedendo panem, caseum et de certis pastedis ovorum et casei donatis nobis in terra Fermie. Cum quantis suspiriis et cordis ac mentis desolatione* dictum carnisprivium feu, considerans me in dicto exilio permanere ubi non habebam spem de aliquo navilio quod me ad meam patriam portaret ; considerans etiam desolationem domus mee et omnium meorum consanguineorum ac amicorum, quibus nullum novum de meo statu poteram notificare; considerans etiam me illis diebus carnisprivii in domo mea in tantis et diversis ferculis habundari quod non solum pro usu domus mee sufficiebat sed etiam pro egenis et pauperculis convicinis.

Pp. xv-xvii. PP. 95-99. lo P. I. 9 Pp. 6-8. Cape Malia; see Tau or Taut Saint Ange, p. l1 171. P. 96, g328. l3 Vitylos, on the east side of Kalamata; see p. 173. See also Anonymus Ambrosianus, Milan, Bibl. , fol. 88r; Ziebarth as above (Chapter I, note 11), p. ” l2 38 VISITORS TO GREEK LANDS V GIOVA"1 MARIA ANGIOLELLO A. Nozze Lampertico-Balbi. 26 Aprile, 1881? Come l'anno 1468 10 Francesco et Gio. ' After the Turkish capture of the town, Giovanni Maria, less than 18 years of age: was taken as a slave to Constantinople and assigned to the Sultan.

77. Deycks, p. xxii;Evelt, p. 5. R. Rohricht, Deutsche Pilgeweisen nach dent Eeiligen L a d e (Innsbruck: goo), p. go. 8 C. L. Grotefend, “I. Die Edelherren von Boldensele; 11. des hist. Vereins f. Niedersuchsen, I, 1852 (publ. 1855), I, pp. 209-226; 11, pp. 226-286. For the facts given above see pp. 209, 229-230. According to one account, after leaving the Dominicans Wilhelm joined the Hospitallers, the order of the Knights of St. John at Jerusalem. ,p. 231. loDeycks, p. 71 ; Grotefend, p. 229.

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