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61 For a different tradition, which includes an encounter between Leo and Sabbatios, see the Epistola ad Theophilum Imperatorem col. 368-372. 62 A long portico in Constantinople, stretching northward from the baths of Dagistheas to the Golden Horn; see R. Janin, CB, pp. 43,358, and map 1. 63 The Dagisteas included a palace and some baths, and was situated between the forum of Constantine and the forum of Theodosius; see ibid. pp. 210, 310-311; also the discussion by A. Vogt, Constantin VII Porphyrogenete, Le Livre des Ceremonies, Commentaire, v.
Restle, Galatien and Lykaonien (= TIB v. 4), pp. 215-216. D. Turner ('The Origins and Accession of Leo V (813-820),' pp. 176-77) argues that Leo was Barda-nes' nephew. ' 29 It is not clear what the nominative form of the genitive "Gazourou" is supposed to be. The name is properly Gazioura, actually a town in Pontos (cf. D. Magie, Roman Rule in Asia Minor, pp. 180, 1071; A. Bryer and D. Winfield, BMTP, p. 13). ' According to P. Lemerle ('Thomas le Slave,' p. 284) he came from a Slavic family that had been settled near Armenia.
18 Genesios, On the Reigns when the Emperor returned, his orders were carried out. " The man repeated his earlier words, while the defendant confessed that the crime could not be disputed and the Eparchos concurred, even though he had done nothing earlier to punish the Senator. 77 He carried out most of his official duties in the Lausiakos, employing the best scribes, to whom he entrusted the copying of his decisions. His generals and magistrates were chosen for their excellent character, especially with regard to their resistance to bribery, and he was himself no less lacking in greed.
Genesios. On the Reigns of the Emperors by Anthony KALDELLIS