Melingoi


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  • Ezeritai —    Tribe of Slavs in the Peloponnesos (qq.v.) in the Taygetos Mountains. The Ezeritai are mentioned in the De administrando imperio (q.v.) as living with the Melingoi (q.v.), another Slavic tribe. The Ezeritai revolted during the reign of Romanos …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Peloponnesos —    The peninsula of southern Greece (q.v.), whose name means Island of Pelops, joined to the Greek mainland by the narrow Isthmus of Corinth (q.v.). It was part of the Roman province of Achaia (q.v.), whose capital was Corinth (q.v.), in Roman… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Slavs —    Indo European peoples from central and eastern Europe, called sklavenoi in Byzantine historical sources. Their raids across the Danube (q.v.) in the sixth century posed a serious threat from ca. 579 onward, when the Avars (q.v.) led them into… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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