Georgius Bardanes

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Georgius Bardanes, Athenis oriundus, Constantinopoli discipulus et chartophylax Michaelis Choniatae, amicus Ioannis Apocauci, fuit metropolita Corcyrensis. Opusculum scripsit de igne Purgatorii.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Michael Angold, "George Bardanes" in Michael Angold, Church and Society in Byzantium Under the Comneni, 1081–1261 (Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1995. ISBN 978-0-521-26432-7) pp. 232-239 textus venalis
  • Martiniano Roncaglia, Georges Bardanes, métropolite de Corfou, et Barthélémy de l'ordre franciscain. Romae, 1953 (Studi e Testi Francescani, 4) [editionem opusculi comprehendit]
  • A. A. Vasiliev, History of the Byzantine Empire vol. 2 (University of Wisconsin Press, 1952) pp. 561-562 (Textus apud Google Books)