Boukoleon

   An area of Constantinople on the Sea of Marmara (qq.v.) east of the church of Sergios and Bakchos (q.v.), where the Boukoleon harbor was located, adjacent to a seaside palace whose remains are referred to as the "house of Justinian."

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