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Mutazz, Caliph, 286
Myron, father-in-law of Petronas, 257
Mytilene, 191

Nicetas Triphyllios, 5
Nicetas, commander of a fleet against

Venice, 324
Nicolas I., Pope : letter to Theodora,

177 ; ideas and claims, 192 sq.,
199; policy in the Ignatian schism,
correspondence with Michael and
Photius, 193 sqq. ; gifts of Michael
III. to, 193 ; claim to Sicily and
Illyricum, 194 sq. ; letter to Eastern
Patriarchs, 197 sq. ; synods of,
199; opposition to, in the West,
200 sq. ; anathematised at Con.
stantinople, 201 ; responses to Bul.
garian questions, 389 sqq.; summons
Cyril and Methodius to Rome, 400 ;

death, ib.
Nicolas, caretaker of St. Diomede, 166
Nicolas, iconoclastic preacher, 38, 41
Nicolas Skutelops, 197
Nicolas, Studite monk, 71, 145, 192, 452
Nicomedia, 83
Nicopolis, on Danube, 338, 347
Nicopolis, on Jantra, 362
Nigrinianae, 367
Noto, 308
Novgorod, 412, 413, 417, 419, 423
Nyssa, 266

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Naples, 309 sq., 311 sq., 313 sqq., 331
Nasar, stratêgos of Bukellarians, 283
Nasr, Saracen rebel, 259, 262, 265, 272
Nasr, envoy, 279 sq.
Naukratios of Studion, 192
Navarino, 377
Navy, 229 sqq., 291, 301, 421 ; Im-

perial, 91, 230, 421 ; Thematic,

90, 230 ; Saracen, 293
Neatokometes, see John Neatokometes
Negroes, 89, 124, 238
Neocaesarea, 108, 264
Neoi, island of, 293
Nestor, see Pseudo-Nestor
Nestorians, 243
Nicaea (in Thrace), 347
Nicephorus I., Emperor : General Logo-

thete, 5; conspires against Irene,
ib. ; coronation, 6; descent and
character, 8; reign and policy, 9
$99. ; family, 14 ; age, ib.; death,
15, 344 ; story of his hunting, 30;
ecclesiastical policy, 31 sqq., 57;
financial measures, 212 sqq. ; war
with Saracens, 249 sqq. ; fortifies
Ancyra, 266 ; negotiations with
Charles the Great, 320 sq., 324 sq. ;
recovers Venice, 324; revolt against,
in Liburnia, 329; Bulgarian wars
of, 340 sqq.; revolt of Peloponnesian

Slavs against, 376 sqq.
Nicephorus, Patriarch of Constantinople:

political action in reign of Stauracius,
18 sq. ; requires capitulation from
Michael I., 20; election as Patriarch,
32 sqq.; his praise of Leo V., 47 ;
demands oath of orthodoxy from
Leo V., 56 sq. ; opposition to Leo,
62 sqq. ; illness, 66 sq. ; deposed,
67; his monasteries, 68, 112;
writings of, 69, 70; visited by
Theodore Studion, 112 ; buried in
Church of Apostles, 182 ; Life by
Ignatius, 183; relations to Roman

See, 208
Nicephorus Maleinos, 175
Nicephorus, envoy of Leo V. to Lewis

the Pious, 329
Nicephorus, engineer, 343
Nicetas, abbot of Medikion, 73
Nicetas Paphlagon, his Vita Ignatii,

470 sq. (The attribution has been
unsuccessfully assailed by Papado-

pulos-Kerameus.)
Nicetas, author of Refutation of

Mohammad, 439
Nicetas, bishop of Myra, 117
Nicetas Rentakios, 380

Obelierius, 323, 324, 325
Ochrida, 371, 384
Oderzo (Opitergium), 321
Oekonomos (ecclesiastical), 35, 108
Okorses, 366
Olbianos, stratêgos of Armeniacs, 87, 90,

99, 102
Oleg, 423
Olivolo, 321, 324
Omar, Emir of Melitene, 259, 281 sqq. ;

death, 284
Omurtag, Bulgarian king, aids Michael

II. against Thomas, 100 sqq. ; reign,
359 sqq. ; form of his name, 360 ;
buildings and inscriptions, 366 sqq. ;
persecution of Christians, 382;

children, 451
Onegavon, 365 sq.
Onopniktes, river, 112
Ooryphas, question of identity of persons

of this name, 143 sq. ; Nicetas, 191,

230 ; see also 290, 292, 419
Oracles, 300; books of, 51
Organs, 128, 134
Orthodoxy, Feast of, 150 sqq.
Oskold, 422 sq.
Ossero, 313
Ossetians, 409
Ostia, 314
Otranto, 309
Oxeia, island, 30, 36

Paganism, 381, 440 sqq.

.

Peter, bishop of Sardis, 185
Peter, patrician, slain in Bulgaria, 345
Peter Trandenicus, 328
Petronas, brother of Theodora : Drungary

of the Watch, 122, 143, 160;
Domestic of Schools, 161, 198 ; said
to have intrigued against Manuel,
257 ; stratégos of Thracesians, 278;
campaigns against Saracens, 278 sq.;
victory at Poson, 283 sq. ; Domestic

of Schools, 284
Petronas Kamateros (probably not identi-

cal with preceding), 416 sq.
Phanagaria, 409
Pharganoi, 228, 238
Phiale, 131
Philaretos, of Panormos, 304
Philippi, 347
Philippopolis, 347, 483
Philome

on, 11, 59
Philosophy, teachers of, at Constantinople,

394
Philotheos, General Logothete, 171
Photeinos, 289 sq., 296 sq., 479 sq.
Photius, Patriarch : family of, 156 ; 163;
Pliska, 332 sqq. ; Nicephorus I. plunders

Paideuomenos, see Theophilus Paideuo.

menos

Painting, 430 sqq. (see Pictures and Icons)
Palata,” 297, 299, 450
Palestrina, 324
Palin, 260
Panion, 103, 107
Pankaleia, 270
Pankalo, 165
Pankratios, father of John the Gram-

marian, 60
Pannonia, 365, 399, 401
Panormos (Antigoni), island, 41
Panormos (Palermo), 297, 304 sq., 308
Paphlagonia, 81 (see under Themes)
Papias (keeper of Great Palace), 51, 159,

178
Parakoemomenos (high chamberlain) :

Damianos, 157 ; Basil, 169
Parakondakes, 277
Paros, 290
Partav, 410
Parteciaci, of Venice, 328 (see Agnellus

Parteciaci)
Partridge, symbolic, 170
Paschal I., Pope : correspondence with

Theodore Stud., 71, 73; on image-

worship, 115 ; death, 118
Passau, archbishopric of, 392, 400
Patrae, 167, 377 sq.
Patriarchs of Constantinople, appointment

of, 189 sq., 196 ; oath of, 189; elec-

tion of laymen, 32, 33, 194, 196, 207
Patriarchs, oriental, 138, 192, 197, 200
Patrikes, architect, 132
Patzikos, see Constantine Patzikos
Patzinaks, 411, 424, 425, 492
Paulicians, under Nicephorus I., 38;

persecution under Michael I., 40,
277 ; support Thomas, 86, 109 ;
persecuted by Theophilus and
Theodora, 276 sqq. ; settlements in
eastern Cappadocia, 278; in Bulgaria,

388
Paulus, stratégos of Kephallenia, 324
Paulus, bishop of Populonia, 389
Peacocks, 322
Peganes, George, 175 sq.
Peloponnesus, 167, 224, 376 899.
Pentapyrgion, 134
Pentekontarchs, 227
Perekop, Gulf of, 425
Persecution of apostates enjoined by

Pope, 391 sq.
Persian element in Caliphate, 232 sq. ;

Persians (Persamenians), in Imperial

service, 252 sqq., 265
Peter, Mt. Athos, 150
Peter, bishop of Nicaea, 65
Peter, relative of Boris, 389
Peter Bulgaros, 178
Peter, false legate at Council of 867, 202

constructs genealogy for Basil I.,
165 ; 171 ; letters to Michael III.
after murder of Bardas, 172 sqq.,
175; career, 186; doctrine of two
souls, 187 ; Patriarch, 190 ; con-
ciliatory policy, 192; correspondence
with Pope Nicolas, 193 sqq. ; con-
demned by Roman synod, 199;
condemns Latin heresies, 200 ;
obtains condemnation of Pope, 201;
accused of forgery, 202; deposed,
203; death, 204 ; a Father of the
Church, ib. ; De mystagogia, 205 ;
champion of Greek national feeling,
206 ; letter to Boris, 387 sq. ; friend.
ship with Constantine the Philo-
sopher, 393 sq. ; sermons on the
Russian peril, 420 sq. ; sends bishop
to Russians, 422 ; books of, 432, 446
sq. ; learning, 435 ; alleged compact
with the devil, 444 sq. ; on earth-
quakes, 445 ; Bibliotheca, 445 sqq. ;

relations with Cretan Emirs, 439
Phrixu-limen, 127
Physiologus, illustrations of, 432
Pictures, 430 sqq. ; Last Judgment, 386

(see Icons and Skylitzes)
Pidra, 11
Pippin, King, 323 sq., 326
Piracy, 327
Pisidia, Paulicians in, 38
Platani, 305
Plate, island, 30, 183
Plateia Petra, fort, 176
Plato, abbot, 32; exiled, 34, 36
Plato, Bodleian MS. of, 448 ; Arabic

translations, 438, 441

(1) 341, (2) 343; 360
Podandos, 246, 256
Podreza, 167
Poetry (see also Political verses), vulgar,

108; of Constantine the Sicilian,

440 sq.

Ragusa (in Sicily), 306
Rangabé, family, 22
Rasa, 337, 374
Ratramnus, of Corbie, 205
Receipts, tax., duty on, 214
Regencies in case of minority, 144, 154

sq.
Reggio, 309
Relics, sacred : clothes of the Virgin,

95, 420
Reliquaries, 434
Rentakios, 177 (see Nicetas Rentakios)
Resaina, 258, 474
Rhaedestos, 195, 356
Rhegion (in Thrace), 355
Rhegion (in Calabria), see Reggio
Rodentos, 246
Rodsaldus, bishop of Porto, 193, 199
Romanus I., Emperor, 443, 455, 458
Romanus, stratêgos of Anatolics, 343
Rome, See of : question of appeal to, 114,

185, 199; theory of supremacy of,

115, 180, 194, 198, 199, 205
Rome, attacked by Saracens, 314 ; pro-

claims Charles the Great Emperor,

318
Rossano, 309
Rostislav, 383, 393, 396
Rufinianae, 133
Rurik, 422
Rusokastro, 361
Russians, origin and settlements, 412 ;

trade, 413 sq. ; plundering expedi-
tions, 417 sq. ; embassy to Theo-
philus, 418 ; attack Constantinople,
192, 419 sqq. ; conversion to Chris-
tianity, 422 ; foundation of Kiev,
419, 422 sq.

Poliane, 411, 412
Poliorcetic machines, 358
Political verses, 82
Ponza, archipelago of, 314
Poson, battle of, 283 sq., 385
Postmaster, of Caliphate, 236
Praedenecenti, 364
Praenete, 192
Praepositus, 127, 175
Praetorian Prefect of Illyricum, 223 sq.
Praktores, 210
Prefect of City (Ümrapxos), 10, 124, 127 ;

“father.of the city,” 128 ; 137, 345;

Ooryphas, 144, 419
Presiam, 369, 370, Appendix X.
Preslav, Great, foundation of, 367 sq.
Preslav, Little, 338
Princes, Islands of, 419 (see Prinkipo,

Prote, Antigoni, etc.)
Prinkipo (Prince's Island), 7, 111, 116,

183
Probaton, 347, 373, 483
Proclus, 441
Proconnesian islands, 41, 293
Procopia (Empress), marriage, 14 ; 17,

19, 20; coronation, 22 ; jealousy of
wife of Leo V., 27 ; tonsured, 29 ;

196, 346, 350
Procopius, protovestiarios of Bardas, 171
Prote, island, 13, 30, 55, 184
Protoasekretis, Eutychian, 66 ; Photius,

186
Protostrator, Manuel, 27; 161; Basil, 168
Protovestiarios (Keeper of Private Ward-

robe), Leo Chamaidrakon, 124 ;

Theophanes, 157 ; Rentakios, 177
Prusa, 112
Psalters : Khludov, 431; Barberini,

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431 sq:

Pseudo-Nestor, 418, 423
Pseudo-Simeon, chronicle, 44, 459
Psicha, 152
Pteleae, 112
Ptolemy the Geographer, 441; Vatican

MS. of his work, 436
Pulcheria, daughter of Theophilus, 143,

160, Appendix VI.
Pylae (in Bithynia), 257

Sabbatians, 78
Sabbatios, hermit, 59, 363
Saffab, Caliph, 238
Safsaf, al., 245
Saipes (Shuaib), 293
Sakellarios, functions, 211 sq. ; Leo, 5
Sakellion, 211 sq.
Sakellion, Chartulary of, 211
Saksin, 403
Salerno, 310, 311 ; principality of, 315
Salibaras, see Theodosius Salibaras
Salmutzes, 426, 489 sq.
Samarra, 150, 271, 286
Sambatas, 411
Samosata, 279
Samothrace, 74
Saniana, 108, 238
Sansego, 313
Saracens : hostilities in reign of Michael

II., 87; warfare with Empire in
Asia Minor, 249 sqq. (cp. Appendix
VIII.); attack Crete, 287 899. ;
attack Sicily, 294 sqq. ; attack South

Quaestor, functions, 10 ; Theoktistos, 5;

Arsaber, 14 ; Eustathios, 122
Quarnero, Gulf of, 313

Radelchis, 312 sq.
Radimishchi, 412

Italy, 312 sqq. ; administration of
Caliphate, 235 sqq. ; captives, 101
(see under Captives) ; co-operate
with Peloponnesian Slavs, 376 sq. ;
theological disputations with Chris.
tians, 394, 438 sq. ; commerce, 414,

418; science and learning, 436 899.
Sardica (Sofia), 337, 341 sq.
Sarirs, 409
Sarkel, 416
Saryg-shār, 403
Sasima, 474
Satyros, see under Monasteries
Saximodeximon, 131
Sazly-dere, river, 361
Scholae (Scholarian Guards), 227 sq.
Scicli, 308
Science, 436 899.
Scriptor incertus de Leone, 352, 357
Sculpture, 152 sq., 430
Sebastea (Sivas), 244, 264, 281
Sebastopolis (Sulu-serai), 282
Selymbria, 356
Semalouos, fort, 473
Semender, 403
Senate, 110 sq., 124, 125, 160, 231, 349
Senate at Rome, 318
Senzaton (coinage) 164
Serantapêchos, see Leo Serantapêchos
Sergius, father of Photius, 156
Sergius, brother of Photius, 156
Sergius, Paulician leader, 276
Sergius, Duke of Naples, 310, 313, 314
Servia, 337, 372, 373 sq.
Sevordik, 410, 424, 491
Shamkor, 410, 423
Sicard, 311 sq.
Sicily, monks of, 183; ecclesiastical

government of, 194 sq. ; Saracen

invasion of, 294 sqq.
Sicon, 311
Siever, 412
Sigrene, 74
Sigriane, 74
Sikenolf, 312
Silention, 113, 125, 146
Silistria, 335
Simeon, magister : chronicle, 136, 170,

175, 176, 257, 369 sq., Appendix IV.
Simeon, monk, kinsman of Michael I., 20
Simeon, monk, correspondent of Theo-

dore Stud., 33, 38
Simeon, abbot, correspondent of Theo-

dore Stud., 36
Simeon, Cretan bishop, 163
Simeon, spatharios (in Sicily), 304
Simeon Stylites of Lesbos, 33; persecuted

by Leo V., 75; by Theophilus, 139 ;

interview with Theodora, 148
Simeon, Tsar, date of accession, 373 ;

story that he was killed by magic,
444

Sinan, fort, 473
Singidunum, 364, 365
Sinope, 252, 253, 282
Sirica, 248
Sirmium, 365
Sis, 248
Skeuophylax of S. Sophia, 198
Sklêros, see Leo Sklêros
Skorta, 380
Skutelops, see Nicolas Skutelops
Skylitzes, John: Chronicle, 272, 278;

illustrations in Madrid MS. of, 28,

45, 55, 137, 141, 143, 163, 444
Skyros, 93
Slaves, duties on, 217 ; traffic in, 322
Slavonic alphabets and early theological

literature, 396 sqq., 487
Slavs, of Macedonia, 92, 342, 371, 399;

of Dalmatia, 329 ; of Croatia, 363 ;
of Peloponnesus, 373, 376 899. ; of

Russia, 411, 412
Smoleanoi, Slavonic tribe, 373
Smolensk, 413
Smyrna, Theodore Stud. at, 72
Soandos, 473
Socrates, 441
Sophene, Little, 260 sqq.
Sophia, sister of Theodora, 155
Sortes biblicae, 390
Souls, heresy of two, 187
Spain, 273, 287, 300, 304
Spanos, Mass of the, 163
Spektas, see John Spektas
Sper, 261
Stara Zagora, 347
Stauracius, Emperor, crowned, 14 ;

marriage, 15 ; reign, 16 sqq.
Stauracius, son of Michael I., 14, 29
Stenon (the Bosphorus), 394, 419
Stephanos, Domestic of the Schools, 16;

alternately suspected, 17, and trusted
by Stauracius, 19; under Michael

I., 27
Stephanos, nephew of Theodora, 156
Stephanos, patrician, 262
Stephanos, St., of Surozh, 417
Stephen I., Duke of Naples, 309
Stephen II., Duke of Naples, 310
Stratégoi in command of more than one

Theme, 10. See Themes
Strobilos, 75
Studite monks, schism of, 36, 41;

friendship with Manuel, 145, 146;
theory of Church and opposition to
Patriarchs, 180 sqq., 209; excom-
municated by Methodius, 182 ;
monastic reform, 208 (see Theodore,

abbot of Studion)
Stylite saints, 33
Suda, bay of, 288
Sudeê ( = Afshin) ? 264
Sugdaia, 417, 418

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Bardanes, 10; Leo Arm.,
Aetius, 263; Photeinos,

Romanus, 343
Armeniac, 87, 226, 283, 350; stratêgoi :

87 ; Leo, 343
Bukellarian, 226, 283; stratégoi :

Krateros (?) 266 ; Nasar, 283
Calabria, 223
Cappadocia, 222, 283, 350
Chaldia, 222 sq., 261
Charsianon, 222, 249, 283, 306 ;

kleisurarches ; Basil, 272
Crete : stratêgos, Photeinos, 289
Dyrrhachium, 224
Hellas, 223 sq., 230, 378
Kephalonia, 224, 230, stratêgos : Paul,

Sundus, fort, 473
Surnames, 22
Surozh, 417, 418
Surrentum, 314
Syllaion, 61
Symbatios (Constantine), son of Leo V.,

55
Symbatios, cousin of Asylaion, 178, 458

sq.
Symbatios, son-in-law of Bardas Caesar,

159, 170, 174, 175
Synkellos (of Constantinople), 135
Synods, see Councils.
Syracuse, 296 sq., 299 ; Saracen siege of,

300 sqq. ; 308
Syria, literature of, introduces Greek

learning to Arabs, 234

324
Kibyrrhaeot, 90, 230; stratêgos :

Krateros, 290
Klimata (Cherson), 223 sq., 417 ;

stratêgos : Petronas, ib.
Koloneia, 223, 225, 283 ; dux, 223
Macedonia, 225, 352 ; stratégoi : 166 ;

John Aplakes, 350
Opsikian, 87, 122, 283, 346 ; Counts :
Musulakios, 5; Katakylas, 87;

Peganes, 122
Paphlagonia, 222 sq., 230, 283, 416,

418
Peloponnesus, 224, 230, 378; stratégoi :
Joannes Creticus, 307 ; Leo Sklêros,

Theoktistos Bryennios, 379
Samos, 230
Seleucia, 222, 283
Sicily, 309; stratêgoi : Elpidios, 295

sq. ; Constantine, 295; Gregory,
ib.; Photeinos, 296; Constantine

Kontomytes, 308; Michael, 318
Talaya, Tafla, 224
Thrace, 225, 352 ; stratêgos : Leo

Triphyllios, 5
Thrakesian, 226, 283, 346 ; stratégoi :
Bardas,

Symbatios,
Petronas, 278, 283; Constantine

Kontomytes, 291
Theodegios, astronomer, 439
Theodora, Empress : marriage, 81 899. ;

parentage, 81; speculates in mer-
chandise, 123; children of, 126,
Appendix VI.; intercedes for Lazarus,
140 ; devotion to images, 141 sq. ;
regent, 144, 154 sqq. ; restoration of
images, 144 sqq. ; rule of, 154 sqq. ;
fall, 159 sq., 468 899. ; plots
against Bardas, 161 ; liberated, 169,
177 ; 179; Gebeon's slander of, 189;
savings of, 164, 211, 231; 284 ;

ransoms Theodore Kupharas, 385
Theodore, geometer, 439
Theodore Graptos, and his brother

Theophanes, persecuted by Leo V.,
75; by Theophilus, 136 sqq.

Tabit ibn Kurra, 438
Tagmata, 63, 227 sq., 265, 283, 491

(see Schools, Excubitors, Arithmos,

Hikanatoi)
Taktikon Uspenski (list of officials

compiled A. D. 842-856), 222, 223
Tamatarkha, 409, 414
Tarasius, Patriarch, crowns Nicephorus,

6; 13; policy, 31; death, 32;
opportunism, 34 ; Leo V. dreams of,

51 ; “Taraxios,” 59 ; 156, 180 sq.
Tarasius, brother of Photius, 156, 446
Tarath, 241
Tarentum, 312, 313
Tarkan, 335, 365
Tarku, 404
Taron, 265
Tarsatica, 329
Tarsus, 245, 250, 256, 473
Tatta, Lake, 283
Tauromenium, 308
Taxation, 212 899.
Teke-Musachevo, 361
Telerig, 382
Teliutsa, 413
Tephrike, 278
Terebinthos, island, 183, 189, 191, 419
Terracina, 310
Tervel, 336, 339
Tetraxite Goths, 409
Thasos, 75, 291
Thecla, Empress, wife of Michael II., 80,

378 ;

72;

175 ;

110 sq.

Thecla, Empress, daughter of Theophilus :

on coins, 154 ; paramour of Basil,
169; death, ib. ; 284, 331, Appendix

VI.
Themes : list of, 224 sq.
new, added under Theophilus and

Michael III., 222 sqq.
the Five, 10, 221 sq. ; the Seven, 222;

Eight, ib.
Aegean, 90, 230
Anatolic, 222, 225, 283, 352; stratégoi :

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