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Iōannēs, Kameniatēs, active 10th century


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    • Kaminiates, John, active 10th century
    • John, Kameniates, active 10th century
    • Iōannēs, ho Kameniatēs, active 10th century
    • Iōannēs Kameniatēs, active 10th century
    • Jean, Caminiatès, active 10th century
    • Kaméniatis, active 10th century
    • Kaminiatēs, active 10th century
    • Kaminiatēs, Iōannēs, active 10th century
    • Joannes, Cameniata, active 10th century
    • Caminiata, Joannes, active 10th century
    • Ioannes, Cameniata, active 10th century
    • Ioannes, Caminiata, active 10th century
    • Iōannēs, Kameniatēs, 10th cent.
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    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Byzantine Empire
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Thessalonikē (Greece)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Iōannēs, Kameniatēs, 10th cent.
    • Joannes, Cameniata, active 10th century
  • Sources

    • found: Iōannou Kameniatou stēn halōsē tēs Thessalonikēs, 1987:title page (Iōannou Kameniatou) page 19 (after his death his toponymic name changed to Kaminiatēs) page 131 (Kaméniatis)
    • found: Megalē Hellēnikē enkyklopaideia(Kameniatēs Iōannēs: see Iōannēs ho Kameniatēs)
    • found: Krumbacher(Iōannēs Kameniatēs, fl. 10th cent.)
    • found: Eis tēn halōsin tēs Thessalonikēs, 2000:title page (Iōannēs Kaminiatēs)
    • found: The capture of Thessaloniki, 2000:title page (John Kaminiates)
    • found: Thessalonique, 2005:title page (Jean Caminiatès)
    • found: Theophanes continuatus, 1838:title page (Ioannes Cameniata) page 487 (Iōannou tou Kameniatou)
    • found: RLIN, April 11, 2006(hdg.: Cameniata, Joannes, 10th cent.; Kaminiates, Johannes; Iōannēs, Kameniatēs, 10th cent.; usage: Iōannou klērikou kai kouboukleisiou tou Kameniatou; Ioannis Caminiatae)
    • found: Oxford dictionary of Byzantium, 1991:volume 2, page 1098 (Kaminiates, John; author of the Capture of Thessaloniki, a description of the Arab siege of the city in 904)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed April 26, 2018(John Kaminiates; active 10th century; Greek resident of Thessalonica when the city, then one of the largest in the Byzantine Empire, was besieged and sacked by a Saracen force led by Leo of Tripoli in 904; his name has alternatively been transliterated John Kaminatos, Ioannis Kaminiatis, and sometimes appears in the Latinized forms Ioannis Caminiatae, Joannes Cameniata and John Cameniates)
    • notfound: Encyclopedia Britannica.
  • Change Notes

    • 1987-10-01: new
    • 2018-06-15: revised
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