George Xiphilinos (Patriarch of Constantinople 1191-1198)

Xiphilinus George

(from Athens in the Middle ages , by K.M. Setton)

see also:

The papal preparations for the fourth crusade

By Milton R. Gutsch  (page 45–google book)

and:

“The volume has three lengthy appendices (pp. 245–303), composed of an annotated translation of Nersēs of Lambron’s assessment of the issues at stake, the demands and counter-demands made by both sides (cf. the table provided on p. 78); his 1197 dialogue with George II Xiphilinus, patriarch of Constantinople (in office 1191–98); and a well-outlined biography of Šnorhali. One wonders why the first and second appendices were not combined to make a third part of the study, so as to show the aftermath of the once-sustained dialogue that came to a halt at the ill-fated Council of Hŕomklay in 1178, and why the third appendix was not incorporated into the introductory part.”

Églises en dialogue: Arméniens et Byzantins dans la seconde moitié du XIIe siècle by Isabelle Augé (review–

http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/catholic_historical_review/v099/99.4.terian.pdf

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