The donation deed of Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374

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Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris inherited the village Mpresnitza near the town of Strumica from his mother. His father donated in 1364 the village Mpresnitza to the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos. The monks from the Hilandar Monastery accused his father of unlawful seizure of their land. Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris appealed the case to the patriarchal tribunal requesting to nullify the donation on account of the inalienability of the dowry. After he received a favourable decision from the patriarch, he confirmed in June 1374 the donation of the village Mpresnitza to the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos as legal (τὸ μητρόθεν μοι περιελθὸν εἰς κληρονομίαν χωρίον περὶ τὴν Στρούμπιτζαν μὲν εὐρισκόμενον, Μπρέσνιτζαν δὲ ἐπονομαζόμενον, μετὰ πάσης ἧς νῦν ἔχει νομῆς καὶ περιοχῆς).

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References (1)
Name Class Pages Description
Actes de Chilandar I (old) Edition Nr. 155 (326-329) Actes de Chilandar. Premiére partie. Actes grecs (ed. Louis Petit, Basile Korablev, St. Petersbourg 1911, reprinted Amsterdam 1975).
Actors (3)
Name Class Begin End Relation Type Description
Laskaris Georgios Person He is mentioned in the donation deed of Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374. He appears as δοῦλος of the Byzantine Emperor Ioannes V Palaiologos in the charter. He was the son of Makarios Laskaris Koteanitzes. His brothers were Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris and Leon Koteanitzes Laskaris. He signed the donation deed of his brother for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374 concerning the village of Mpresnitza near the town of Strumica.
Laskaris, Konstantinos Palaiologos Person It is very unlikely that he was identical with Konstantinos Laskaris, who was a resident at Serres in 1377. He was the issuer of the donation deed for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374. The charter refers to him as κῦρ and δοῦλος of the Byzantine Emperor Ioannes V Palaiologos. He was the son of Makarios Laskaris Koteanitzes. His brothers were Georgios Laskaris and Leon Koteanitzes Laskaris. He inherited the village Mpresnitza near the town of Strumica from his mother. His father donated in 1364 the village Mpresnitza to the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos. The monks from the Hilandar Monastery accused his father of unlawful seizure of their land. Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris appealed the case to the patriarchal tribunal requesting to nullify the donation on account of the inalienability of the dowry. After he received a favourable decision from the patriarch, he confirmed in June 1374 the donation of the village Mpresnitza to the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos as legal (τὸ μητρόθεν μοι περιελθὸν εἰς κληρονομίαν χωρίον περὶ τὴν Στρούμπιτζαν μὲν εὐρισκόμενον, Μπρέσνιτζαν δὲ ἐπονομαζόμενον, μετὰ πάσης ἧς νῦν ἔχει νομῆς καὶ περιοχῆς).
Laskaris, Leon Koteanitzes Person He is mentioned in the donation deed of Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374. He appears as δοῦλος of the Byzantine Emperor Ioannes V Palaiologos in the charter. He was the son of Makarios Laskaris Koteanitzes. His brothers were Konstantinos Palaiologos Laskaris and Georgios Laskaris. He signed the donation deed of his brother for the Saint Panteleimon Monastery on Mount Athos from June 1374 concerning the village of Mpresnitza near the town of Strumica.