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philus, 81 sqq.
Brochthoi, 127
Brondolo, 324
Brundusium, 3121
Bryas, palace of,

Bryennios, see T
Bugha, 423

Bujani, 412

Bulgar, town,

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sqq.; instit
influence on

hs, capital of, 332
334 sq.; Greek
sq.; chronological
system, 33 , 385; boundaries
of kingdom,
relations to Servia,
337, 372 fortifications, 338
sq.; palaces, 366 sqq.; ten dis-
tricts, 386 version to Christi-
anity, 381 Thirty Years' Treaty
with Empire, 36 sqq.; truce (under
Malamir), 73; treaty in A.D. 863,
384; al

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A.D. 8

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y to Constantinople in
79; customs, 362, 389;
as in, 200; Latin clergy
Greek inscriptions in,

in, 389,

k

335 sq.;
abic literature in, 336.
(See under Krum, Omurtag, Malamir,
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Caricatures, 431 sq.

Castrogiovanni, 299, 302, 305, 307
Catana, 297

Cattaro, 329

Chalcedon, 112

Chaldia, 86, 261 (see Themes)
Chaldos, see John C.

Chalkites (Halki), island, 37, 55
Chamaidrakon, see Leo C.

Chamlich, 403, 408

Chandax (Candia), 289
Charax (?), 288

Charles the Great, embassy to Constanti-
nople, A.D. 802, 1, 5, 320; pretext
for his Imperial coronation, 4; pro-
posal for marriage of a daughter of,
23; dominion of, 317; treaty with
Irene, ib.; proclaimed Emperor, 318
sqq.; negotiations with Nicephorus,
320 sq., 324 sq.; with Michael I.,
325; dealings with Venice, 323 sq.
Charsian kleisurarchy, see under Themes.
Charsianon, fort, 473

Chatalar, inscription of, 368
Chelidonian islands, 274
Chernigov, 413

Cherson, as place of exile, 37, 75, 417;
Constantine the Philosopher at, 394;

commercial importance, 401, 414;
custom duties, 414; Petronas at,
416; placed under stratêgos, 417;
Russian attack on, 418
Cherson, Dalmatian island, 313
Chiliokomon, 265

Chioggia, 324

Chœreas, 107

Choirobakchoi, plain of, 102

Chonarion, 282
Chorlu, 346

Chozan, 260, 261

Chrabr, 487

Chrism of confirmation, 200
Christodulos, 137

Chronicle of Cod. Par. 854, 456 sq.

Chronicle (lost) of ninth century, 458 sq.
Chrysippus (Stoic), 441
Chrysopolis (Scutari), 126, 179
Church theory and working of State
Church, 31, 42, 180 sqq.; authority
of Emperors in, 36, 37, 180 sqq.;
limited by capitulations, 39
Cilician Gates, 245 sq., 473
Cipher, secret, 37
Civilizations, mutual influence of Greek
and Saracen, 234 sq.

Cività Nova, 321
Clement, St., relics of, 394 sq., 400, 485
sqq.

Clement, archbishop of Bulgaria, 487
Coinage Nicephorus I., 8, 14; Michael
I., 22, 40; Theophylactus, 23;
Leo V., 44; Theophilus, 465 sqq.;
Michael and Theodora, 150, 154;
senzáton, 164; international cur-
rency, 221.

Comacchio, 324

Commerciarii, 210, 217
Constantia (in Thrace), 362
Constantine V., sarcophagus, 197; anti-
monastic, 208; treaty with Bul-
garians, 339, 347; encouragement
of secular art, 430

Constantine VI., divorce of, 34; date of
death, 85

Constantine VII., Emperor (Porphyro-

gennetos), 162, 172, 415; De ad-
ministrando imperio, Appendix XII.
Constantine, Emperor, son of Leo V.,
coronation, 58; mutilated, 55
Constantine, Emperor, son of Theophilus,
126, Appendix VI., 488
Constantine, Armenian, Drungary of
Watch, 147, 157;= Maniakes, 158;
167, 172, 176, 192; relationship to
Genesios, 460

Constantine Babutzikos, 155, 267, 271
Constantine (Cyril) the Philosopher,

Apostle of the Slavs: relations to
Photius, 187, 394; career, 394 sqq.;
423; professor at Constantinople,

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Coronations, Imperial: Nicephorus, 6;
Stauracius, 14; Michael I., 20;
Procopia, 22; Theophylactus, 23;
Constantine, son of Leo V., 58:
Michael II., 78; Theophilus, 80;
Basil, 174 sq.
oaths exacted by Patriarch on occasion
of, 20, 39 sq.,
56 sq.

Cos, 290
Cosenza, 309
Cotrone, 309

Councils, ecclesiastical-

A.D. 753, Constantinople, 61, 69, 70
A.D. 787, Seventh Ecumenical, Nicaea,
31, 38, 62, 148

A.D. 806, Constantinople, 34
A.D. 809, Constantinople, 36
A.D. 814, Constantinople, 62
A.D. 815, Constantinople (before
Easter), 67, 147; caricature of, 431

Denderis, 141
Deputator, 229

Develtos, 346, 361, 384

Councils, ecclesiastical-contd.

A.D. 815, Constantinople (after Easter),
69 sq., 117

A.D. 825, Paris, 118

A.D. 827, Mantua, 330

A.D. 843, Constantinople, 147 sq.;
date, 145; picture of, 431

A.D. 852, Mainz, 393

A.D. 854, Rome, 185

A.D. 859, Constantinople, 191, 196
A.D. 861, Constantinople, 195 sq.,
205 ("First and Second ")
A. D. 863 (April), Rome, 199
A.D. 863 (October), Rome, 200
A.D. 864, Rome, 199

A.D. 867 (in Lent), Constantinople, 200
A.D. 867, Constantinople, 201 sqq., 432
A.D. 869-70, Eighth Ecumenical, Con-
stantinople, 202, 204, 432

Count of Foederati, 12 (cp. Turmarch
of Federates)

Count of Schools, 124
Count of Stable (TOû σтaúλov), 122,
211, 290

Count of Tent (κόμης τῆς κόρτης), 12
Count of Walls, 156, 224, 228
Counts, captains of banda, 226
Counts, Bulgarian, 335

Crete, expedition to (A.D. 866), 170;
Saracen conquest of, 287 sqq.;
Imperial attempts to recover, 289
sqq.; government of, 224; Emirs
of, 186, 293, 439

expeditions to (A.D. 902 and 949),
227, 231

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Dorylaion, 229, 247, 263, 266
Dregovichi, 412

Drievliane, 412

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