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  • George Kodinos — or Codinus (Greek: Γεώργιος Κωδινός), also Pseudo Kodinos, kouropalates in the Byzantine court, is the reputed 14th century author of three extant works in late Byzantine literature. Their attribution to him is merely a matter of convenience, two …   Wikipedia

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  • Domestic of the Schools — The Domestic of the Schools (Greek: δομέστικος τῶν σχολῶν, domestikos tōn scholōn) was a senior Byzantine military office, extant from the 8th century until at least the early 14th century. Originally simply the commander of the Scholai, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Vardariotai — Los Vardariotai (en griego: Βαρδαριῶται), a veces españolizado como Vardariotas, fueron un grupo étnico y territorial (probablemente de origen magiar) en el tardío Imperio Bizantino, que proporcionaron un regimiento de guardias de palacio durante …   Wikipedia Español

  • Despot (court title) — Despot (from Greek: δεσπότης, despotēs, lord, master ; in Bulgarian and Serbian: деспот, despot), was a senior Byzantine court title that was bestowed on the sons or sons in law of reigning emperors, and initially denoted the heir apparent. From… …   Wikipedia

  • Papias (Byzantine office) — The Papias (Greek: παπίας) was a eunuch official in the Byzantine court, responsible for the security and maintenance of the buildings of the imperial palace in Constantinople. Contents 1 History and role 2 Subordinate officials 3 References …   Wikipedia

  • Vestiaritai — The Vestiaritai (Greek: βεστιαρῖται, singular: βεστιαρίτης) were a corps of imperial bodyguards and fiscal officials in the Byzantine Empire, attested from the 11th to the 15th centuries. History and functions The vestiaritai appear in the mid… …   Wikipedia

  • Marine byzantine — L enseigne impériale (basilikon phlamoulon) des navires byzantins au XIVe siècle, décrite par Georges Kodinos et reproduite dans l’atlas castillan Conoscimento de todos los reinos (ca. 1350)[ …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Stratopedarches — Stratopedarchēs (Greek: στρατοπεδάρχης, master of the camp ), sometimes Anglicized as stratopedarch, was a Greek term used with regard to high ranking military commanders from the 1st century BC on, becoming a proper office and later an honorary… …   Wikipedia

  • Drungarios — A droungarios, also spelled drungarios ( el. δρουγγάριος, la. drungarius) or, in its English form, drungary, was a military rank of the late Roman and Byzantine Empires. History and use Late Roman and Byzantine army The term drungus is first… …   Wikipedia

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