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1 Byzantinische Studien, p. 348. 1 Oeschichte der Chalifen, ii. 297, note. So Finlay, Hist, of Greece, ii. 154. He had already recognised, as his remarks show, that the anecdotes in the Continuation of Theophanes -were, largely at least, created by the interest which the embassy excited. • The expression of the Logothete, TA Sta/iwr^pta fioytvaas (George Mon. p. 797, ed. Bonn), most mean that he gave largesses to the Greek captives, visiting the prisons for that purpose. We can only suppose thedoi:10.1093/ehr/xxiv.xciv.296 fatcat:obt4pt4c5zecfis22bpvamygiu