The Antiquities of Constantinople

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1.
Constantinople retained its Greek name until 1923, when modern Turkey was born and the city became Istanbul.
2.
See, for example, Fernand Braudel, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II, 2 vols., New York: Harper & Row, 1972-73, 1: 410-11, 418-19.
3.
Liber unus de Galicis et Latinis nominibus piscium, Lyon: S. Gryphius, 1533.
4.
See Louis Pascal, "Pierre Gilles," in Nouvelle Biographie Générale, Paris: Didot Frères, 1857, 20: 543, n. 1.
5.
Dictionarium oppidorum, Paris. No date.
6.
Historiae Ferdinandi regis Aragoniae, Paris: Simon de Colines, 1521.
7.
Lexicon graecolatinum, Basil: V. Curio, 1532.
8.
De vi et natura animalium, Lyon: S. Gryphius, 1533.
9.
Author of Le grand insulaire et pilotage cosmographie de Levant ( Lyon, 1554); and the Cosmographie universelle ( Paris 1575).
10.
See below, p. 30.
11.
See Marjorie Reeves, The Influence of Prophesy in the Later Middle Ages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969, pp. 287-89, 381-84, 479-81; Joachim of Fiore and the Prophetic Future, London: SPCK, 1976, pp. 121-24, 149.
12.
"Non. Ian. MDLV. Po. Cn. vixit annos LXV menses, dies V, hor. iiii".
13.
De Bosporo Thracio libri tres, Lyon: Guillaume Rovillium, 1561.

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