Stephen of Byzantium
- Sixth-century author of the Ethnika, a list of geographical names with etymologies and other bits of information attached to the names. The identity of Stephen is unknown, and his information is unoriginal, being drawn primarily from ancient sources such as Ptolemy, Strabo, and Pausanius.
Historical Dictionary of Byzantium . John H. Rosser .
Look at other dictionaries:
Stephen Lawhead — Stephen Robert Lawhead (* 2. Juli 1950 in Kearney, Nebraska) ist ein US amerikanischer Schriftsteller, der besonders für historische Romane, aber auch für Werke in den Bereichen der Fantasy und Science Fiction bekannt ist. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Stephen the Younger — Iconodule (q.v.) saint martyred in 764 during the reign of Constantine V (q.v.). Stephen was a leader of monastic opposition to the emperor s Iconoclastic (qq.v.) policy, and his refusal to accept the decrees of the synod of Hiera (754)… … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia — Stephen Uroš IV Dušan the Mighty Uroš IV Nemanjić Стефан Урош IV Душан Силни King of all Serbian and Maritime Lands Reign … Wikipedia
Stephen R. Lawhead — (born July 2, 1950) is a best selling American writer known for his works of fantasy, science fiction, and more recently, historical fiction. He has written over 22 novels and numerous children s and non fiction books.He was born to Robert Eugene … Wikipedia
Stephen Elboz — Nacimiento 1956 Wellingborough, Northants, Reino Unido Nacionalidad Británico … Wikipedia Español
Stephen Elboz — is the writer of the books The Byzantium Bazaar and A Land without Magic . These are books for children. He wrote his first novel in secret at his junior school in Wellingborough. Encouragement from teachers made him continue to write. He won a… … Wikipedia
Stephen Držislav of Croatia — Stephen Držislav King of Croatia The pleter with inscription of king Držislav, 10th century. Reign 969–997 Coronation … Wikipedia
Stephen Hagiochristophorites — (in Greek, Stephanos Hagiochristophorites; d. 11 September 1185) first appears as a courtier under the Byzantine emperor Manuel I Komnenos. His last name literally means Holy Christ Bearer . Stephen had his nose cut off and was expelled from… … Wikipedia
Stephen of Alexandria — (Stephanus Alexandrinus, Stephanos of Alexandria) was a 7th century Byzantine philosopher, astronomer and teacher. He was a public lecturer in the court of Heraclius (610 641 AD). In the manuscripts he is called the Universal Philosopher. He… … Wikipedia
Stephen II, Pope — See Constantine V … Historical dictionary of Byzantium