Illustrations from Codex Græcus Matritensis Ioannis Skyllitzes Skylitzes Chronicle Byzantine Italy, 11th-12th Centuries

Synopsis of Histories by John Skylitze Biblioteca Nacional de España manuscript Graecus Vitr. 26-2 - Codex Græcus, Madrid, Spain covers the reigns of the Byzantine emperors from the death of Nicephorus I in 811 to the deposition of Michael IV in 1057
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Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 30v)

Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 30v)

Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 30r)

Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 30r)

Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 29v)

Thomas the Slav flees to the Arabs (Fol. 29v)

Martyrdom of Euthymius of Sardeis (Fol.28vb

Martyrdom of Euthymius of Sardeis (Fol.28vb

Leon V the Armenian (813-820), fol. 26va

Leon V the Armenian (813-820), fol. 26va

Leon V the Armenian (813-820), fol. 18va

Leon V the Armenian (813-820), fol. 18va

Argument between Leo V and Michael the Stammerer (Fol. 13r top)

Argument between Leo V and Michael the Stammerer (Fol. 13r top)

The proclamation of Leo V (Fol. 12v)

The proclamation of Leo V (Fol. 12v)

Top: The Bulgarian ruler Krum assembling his army. Bottom: The Byzantine soldiers urging Michael I to fight (Fol. 11r)

Top: The Bulgarian ruler Krum assembling his army. Bottom: The Byzantine soldiers urging Michael I to fight (Fol. 11r)

Illustration from  Scylitzes Chronicle  f234v  A battle between Byzantines and Seljuks.  A battle between the cavalry of the Byzantines and the Seljuks.  Scylitzes Chronicle

Illustration from Scylitzes Chronicle f234v A battle between Byzantines and Seljuks. A battle between the cavalry of the Byzantines and the Seljuks. Scylitzes Chronicle

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