Actes d'Iviron III

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Actes d'Iviron III. De 1204 à 1328 (ed. Jacques Lefort/Nicolas Oikonomidès/Denise Papachryssanthou/Vassiliki Kravari/Hélène Métrévéli, Archives de l'Athos 18, Paris 1994).

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Actors (41)
Name Class Begin End Relation Type Description
Achridiotes Konstantinos Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was anagnostes and protopsaltes of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Asomatianos Georgios Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.He was priest and sakelliou of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Basileios Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from June 1286. He, his father Theodoros, his mother Theodora and his brother Dompros, sold 6 stremma of land in the vicinity of the estate of Theodoros Tetragonites and 1 stremma of garden below the lower town of Strumica near the property of Rompsos for 2 gold coins and 5 ducats to Theodoros Tetragonites (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε).
Branilas Person Died before May 1286. His properties were the subject of the deed of sale from May 1286.
Brantzes Person Died before June 1286. He is mentioned in the deed of sale from June 1286.
Brantzes Theodoros Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January and June 1286. He, his wife Theodora and his two sons, Basileios and Dompros sold 6 stremma of land in the vicinity of the estate of Theodoros Tetragonites and 1 stremma of garden below the lower town of Strumica near the property of Rompsos for 2 gold coins and 5 ducats to Theodoros Tetragonites (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε). He authenticated the deed of sale from January 1286.
Chrysoberges Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He was a protopsaltes. He authenticated the deed of sale from January 1286.
Chulmules Person Died before January 1286. He was the father-in-law of the priest Ioannes Ioannes (εγῶ ἱἑρεὺ̣ς Ιωάννης, γαυρὸς του Χουλμούλη ἑκήνου).
Dompros Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from June 1286. He, his father Theodoros, his mother Theodora and his brother Basileios, sold 6 stremma of land in the vicinity of the estate of Theodoros Tetragonites and 1 stremma of garden below the lower town of Strumica near the property of Rompsos for 2 gold coins and 5 ducats to Theodoros Tetragonites (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε).
Dragias Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from May 1286. He together with his daughter Theodora sold a farmstead with garden, a place, where a mill stood and piece of land, in Aspre Ekklesia near the river Strumica to Theodoros Tetragonites. They also vended another piece of land on the other side of the river Strumica to Theorodos Tetragonites, who payed them for all properties 14 nomismata (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτην εις τὴν Ἅσπρην Ενκκλησίαν αυλότοπον μετα περιβολίου καὶ μιλοθεσίου καὶ χωραφίου, ὄσον καὶ ἄρα περιἔχι ο τιούτος γαυρὸς του Βρανίλα το τιούτο τόπιον, καὶ αντίκρις πέρα του ποταμοὺ Στρουμμίτζης έτερῶν χωράφιον, αγορά του, στρεμμάτων δʹ. ἤγουν ἡγοράστην το τιούτον αυλότοπον συν το χωράφιν παρα του κυροῦ Θεοδώρου τοῦ Τετραγονήτου ὁς απο του γαυρου του Βρανιλα καὶ του μέρους αυτου εις ὑπέρπυρα νομίσματα ιδʹ, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, περιἔχι δὲ το τιούτῶν αυλότοπον ποταμὸς οἱ Στρούμμιτζα).
Gerasimos Person Mentioned in the charter concerning the return of the posession in the village Hagios Georgios to the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik from May 1304 and in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was a Protosynkellos and Archimandrite of the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik. In May 1304 the unlawfully taken small possession (κτῆμα μικρὸν) Hagios Georgios near the village Hostrobos in the size of two yokes (εἰς τὸ̣ν Ἅγιον Γεώργιον, πο̣σουμενον γῆ ζευγαρίων δύο εἰς ὑπέρπυρα τέσσαρα... εἰς τὴν περιοχὴν εὑρισκόμενον τοῦ Ὁστροβοῦ ἐπιλεγώμενον) was given back to the Monastery of the Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik. The possession belonged to the monastery according to the records of the thema Melenikos (ἐν τῶ τοῦ Μελλενίκου θέματος). The boundaries of the possession were examined in the presence of Gerasimos, the Archimandrite of the Monastery of the Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik (καὶ ἀπελθὼν ἐκεισαι εἰς τὸν λεγόμενον Ἅγιον Γεώργιον εἰς τὴν περιοχὴν τοῦ Ὁστροβοῦ με̣τὰ καὶ τοῦ ἀρχημανδρίτου ἁγίου πατρὸς Γερασίμου ἱερομονάχου, ποιμένος λεγω τῆς εἰρημένης ἁγίας μονῆς, κ̣α̣ὶ̣ τῆς ὑπ’ αὐτοῦ ποίμνης). Gerasimos also signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309 (Ὁ̣ ἀρχιμανδρίτης καὶ πρωτοσίγγελο̣ς̣ τῆς σεβασμίας μο̣νῆς τῆς ὑπεράγνο̣υ̣ μου Θεομήτορο̣ς τῆς Σπηλαιωτίσσης Γερά̣σιμ̣ος ἐ̣π̣ὶ̣ τὸ παρὸν τ̣ῆς π̣αρα̣δόσεως γρ̣άμμα μαρτυρῶν ὑπ̣έγραψεν).
Grammatikos Michael Person Mentioned as a κῦρ in a deed of sale from May 1286. He was one of the archontes, who authenticated the deed of sale from May 1286.
Ioannes (1) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He and his uncle Prodilas sold 3 stremmata of a field in the vicinity of the possessions of Theodoros Tetragonites to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites for 1 gold coin and 1 ducat (ἑγῶ υἱὸς του Κωνσταντίνου μετα του θεῖου μου Προδήλα πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν χωράφιον στρέμματα τρία εις ὑπέρπυρον ἓν καὶ δουκάτον ἕν, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου).
Ioannes (2) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He was a priest. He sold a garden below the lower town of Strumica to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites for one gold coin. His property was in the vicinity of the possessions of Theodoros Tetragonites and of certain Kalenos Zeuges near the river Vodoča (ὁμοίως καὶ εγῶ ἱἑρεὺ̣ς Ιωάννης του Χουλμουλη μετα του μέρος ημῶν πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν κηπουρίον κατοθεν του εμποριου Στρουμμίτζης, ὄσὸν καὶ ἄρα ενη, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου καὶ πλησίον Καλένου του Ζευγὴ καὶ πλησίον ποταμου Βοδό̣τζης, εις ὑπέρπυρον ἔν).
Ioannes (3) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He was the brother-in-law of priest Ioannes (εγῶ ἱἑρεὺ̣ς Ιωάννης ... του γηνεκαδελφού μου Ιωάννου).
Kalameas, Georgios Kontostephanos Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309 and in the chrysobull charter of the Byzantine Co-emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos from August 1310 for the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos. The deed denotes him as δοῦλος of the Byzantine Emperor. He was a στρατιώτης. He and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa donated several properties to the Monastery of Iberon. Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas acquired from a certain Karbunares a place called Malesta near Melnik, where he erected the church of Saint George tu Kalamea. He endowed it with vineyard, fields, courtyard, meadow and a mill and gave it together with his wife to the Monastery of Iberon as metochion (καὶ γὰρ τὸ σύνεγγυ̣ς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου, τὸ ἐν τῆ τοποθεσία τῆς Μάλεστας, τὸν ἐξ αγορασίας μου τόπον ἀπὸ τοῦ Καρβουνάρη ἐκείνου, τὸ ἐκ γονικόθεν παρ’ αὐτοῦ κατεχόμενον, σὺν τοῦ ἀμπελῶνος καὶ τῶν χω̣ραφίων, τῆς αὐλῆς, τοῦ ληβαδίου καὶ τοῦ μύλωνος... ὡσαύτως καὶ ἐν τῶ αὐτῶ τόπω ἀνήγειρα ἐκ βάθρου ἐξ οἰκίου κόπου καὶ ἀναλουμάτων θείον καὶ πάνσεπτον ναὸν εἰς ὅνομα τιμώμενον τοῦ ἁγίου καὶ πανενδώξου μεγαλομάρτυρος καὶ τροπαιοφόρου Γεωργίου). The foundation of the metochion was enriched by their donation of the Church of Saint Panteleemon and a couple of houses in Melnik (Ἐπεὶ δὲ εὑρίσκεται καὶ ἐντὸς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου ὁ Ἅγιος Πα̣ν̣τ̣ελεήμων μετὰ καὶ τῶν ὁσπητίων, ὃν ἔκτισα, ἵνα κατέχεται (καὶ) αὐτὸς παρὰ τοῖς μονῆς τοῦ τοῦ Ἁγίου Γεωργίου).
Kale (1) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286.
Kapantritissa, Eirene Kontostephanina Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. She and her husband Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas donated several properties to the Monastery of Iberon. Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas acquired from a certain Karbunares a place called Malesta near Melnik, where he erected the church of Saint George tu Kalamea. He endowed it with vineyard, fields, courtyard, meadow and a mill and gave it together with his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa to the Monastery of Iberon as metochion (καὶ γὰρ τὸ σύνεγγυ̣ς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου, τὸ ἐν τῆ τοποθεσία τῆς Μάλεστας, τὸν ἐξ αγορασίας μου τόπον ἀπὸ τοῦ Καρβουνάρη ἐκείνου, τὸ ἐκ γονικόθεν παρ’ αὐτοῦ κατεχόμενον, σὺν τοῦ ἀμπελῶνος καὶ τῶν χω̣ραφίων, τῆς αὐλῆς, τοῦ ληβαδίου καὶ τοῦ μύλωνος... ὡσαύτως καὶ ἐν τῶ αὐτῶ τόπω ἀνήγειρα ἐκ βάθρου ἐξ οἰκίου κόπου καὶ ἀναλουμάτων θείον καὶ πάνσεπτον ναὸν εἰς ὅνομα τιμώμενον τοῦ ἁγίου καὶ πανενδώξου μεγαλομάρτυρος καὶ τροπαιοφόρου Γεωργίου). The foundation of the metochion was enriched by their donation of the Church of Saint Panteleemon and a couple of houses in Melnik (Ἐπεὶ δὲ εὑρίσκεται καὶ ἐντὸς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου ὁ Ἅγιος Πα̣ν̣τ̣ελεήμων μετὰ καὶ τῶν ὁσπητίων, ὃν ἔκτισα, ἵνα κατέχεται (καὶ) αὐτὸς παρὰ τοῖς μονῆς τοῦ τοῦ Ἁγίου Γεωργίου).
Karbunares Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309, in the act of the apographeus Manuel Manglabites for Ioannes Sguros Orestes from 1319/1320 or from 1304/1305 and in the chrysobull charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos for the pansebastos sebastos Ioannes Sguros Orestes from August 1323. He sold a place called Malesta near Melnik to Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas (καὶ γὰρ τὸ σύνεγγυ̣ς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου, τὸ ἐν τῆ τοποθεσία τῆς Μάλεστας, τὸν ἐξ αγορασίας μου τόπον ἀπὸ τοῦ Καρβουνάρη ἐκείνου). He also sold a field in the katepanikion Diakastron to Ioannes Sguros Orestes before 1319/1320 (Καὶ χωράφιον πλησίον ταύτης ἐξ ἀγορᾶς ἀπ̣ὸ̣ τοῦ Καρ̣βωνάρη ἐκ̣είνου μοδίων δ̣έκ̣α). He bought an 11 modioi vineyard with a nearby wasteland in Malesta from Mitas and sold it to Ioannes Sguros Orestes (Καὶ εἰς τὴν Μάλεσ̣τ̣αν ἀ̣μ̣πέλιον ἐξ ἀγορᾶς ἀπὸ τ̣ο̣ῦ̣ δηλωθέντο̣ς Καρβωνά̣ρ̣η̣ παρὰ τοῦ ε̣ἰ̣ρ̣ημένου Μιτᾶ ἐκείνου μοδίων ἕνδεκα, καὶ χέρσον μερικὸν συμπαρακ̣είμ̣εν̣ον). He sold a part from a 100 modioi field to Ioannes Sguros Orestes (καὶ χωράφιον ἐξ ἀγορασίας ὡσαύτως ἀπὸ τοῦ Καρβωνάρη καὶ τοῦ Λιτοβόη ἐκείνου καὶ ἀπὸ ἑτέρων ὡσεὶ μοδίων ἑκατόν). He vended also a vineyard in Malesta to Ioannes Sguros Orestes, where a 20 modioi vineyard was set out by the latter (Ἔτι δὲ καὶ ἀμπέλιον εἰς τὴν Μάλεσταν ἐξ ἀγορασίας ἀπὸ τοῦ δηλωθέντος Καρβωνάρη, ἐν ὧ κατεφυτεύθη παρ’ αὐτοῦ καὶ ἕτερον ἀμπέλιον μοδίων εἴκοσι, σὺν τῆ ἐκεῖσε εὑρισκομένη χερσαία γῆ).
Kasandrenos Person Mentioned in the sources from 1300 to 1335. He appears as πανσέβαστος σεβαστός and οἰκεῖος of the Byzantine emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos in the sources. He held the position of λογαριαστὴς τῆς αὐλῆς. He owned some land near Ropalia in 1300. His property near Topolobikos is mentioned in the praktikon of Demetrios Apelmene from March 1301, in the praktikon of Konstantinos Kunales, Demetrios Kontenos and the Prokathemenos Leon Kalognomos from November 1318 and in the praktikon of Konstantinos Pergamenos and Georgios Phariseos from September 1320. He was the addressee of a letter written by Michael Gabras between 1315 and 1319. His name was erased in the letter. He possessed estates in the village Chudena before 1318 (surely long before July 1334). He owned the village τοῦ Γεωργηλᾶ with the hamlet Apidea and the village τοῦ Εὐνούχου with the manor Goreantzes before March 1319. He is mentioned in the decision charter of Esaias, the Patriarch of Constantinople, and the synod concerning the dispute between Sebastos Konstantinos Muzalon and Nikolaos Kephalas from April 1324. He is probably identical with the Kasandrenos, who joined on the 20th March 1326 together with Andronikos Komnenos Dukas Palaiologos Tornikes at Amphipolis the embassy from Constantinople heading to the Serbian king. He unjustly acquired the rights for fishing at Chudena and Neboliane before 1333.
Knentzopulos Person Knentzopulos was a military leader in the town and region of Strumica. His name indicates that he was an offspring of a slavic (Serbian) knez. A soldier from his unit donated the Saint Apostles Chapel with vineyards and fields to the Monastery of Iberon (τὸ περὶ τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν τῶν Ἁγίων καὶ ἐνδόξων πανευφήμων Ἀποστόλων μετὰ τῶν ἀμπελώνων καὶ χωραφίων αὐτοῦ, ὅπερ ἀνεδέξαντο παρά τινος στρατιώτου ἀπὸ τῶν ἐκεῖσε τοῦ Κνεντζοπούλου λεγομένου).
Knetzes Andronikos Person Mentioned as a κῦρ in a deed of sale from May 1286. He was one of the archontes, who authenticated the deed of sale from May 1286.
Konstantinos (1) Person Died before January 1286. He is mentioned in deed of sale from January 1286.
Konstantinos (2) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He was a sakellarios of the Bishop of Strumica. He authenticated the deed of sale from January 1286.
Kotanitzes Person He is mentioned in the Fragment of the Praktikon of the village Palaiokastron in the possession of the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos, which records the taxes and the parokoi households in the year 1320. His sister, at that time a nun, donated the property of Kotanitzes to the Eleousa Monastery in Strumica (καὶ ἕτερον εἰς τοὺς Ἁγίους Δεκαπέντε μέσον τῶν βʹ ὁδῶν ἀπὸ προσενέξεως μοναχῆς τῆς ἀδελφῆς τοῦ Κοτανίτζη μοδίων ιϛʹ).
Makrotheodoros Manuel Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was priest and skeuophylax of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Nedomolos Theodoros Person Mentioned as a κῦρ in a deed of sale from May 1286. He was one of the archontes, who authenticated the deed of sale from May 1286.
Nenus Ioannes Person Mentioned in three deeds of sale from January, May and June 1286. He was priest, tabularios and megas oikonomos of Tiberiupolis (Strumica). He wrote and authenticated the three deeds of sale from January, May and June 1286.
Peripatas Andronikos Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was cleric of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Prodilas Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He and his nephew Ioannes sold 3 stremmata of a field in the vicinity of the possessions of Theodoros Tetragonites to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites for 1 gold coin and 1 ducat (ἑγῶ υἱὸς του Κωνσταντίνου μετα του θεῖου μου Προδήλα πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν χωράφιον στρέμματα τρία εις ὑπέρπυρον ἓν καὶ δουκάτον ἕν, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου).
Rompsos Person His property below the lower town of Strumica was in vicinity of a possession of Theodoros and his family, which was sold to Theodoros Tetragonites (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε).
Scharamankes Konstantinos Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was domestikos, anagnostes and tabularios of the Metropolis of Melnik. He was the scribe of the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Telikutos Theodoros Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was priest and protekdikos of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Tetragonites Person Mentioned in the chrysobull charter of the Byzantine Co-emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos from August 1310 for the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos. He donated the Church ta Hagia ton Hagion to the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos before August 1310 (τὸ περὶ τὸν αὐτὸν τόπον τῆς Στρουμμίτζης τιμώμενον τὰ Ἅγια τῶν Ἁγίων, ὅπερ ἀνεδέξαντο παρά τινος Τετραγωνίτου).
Tetragonites Theodoros Person Mentioned in three deeds of sale from January, May and June of the year 1286. He was κῦρ and σεβαστός. He bought a farmstead with garden, a place, where a mill stood and piece of land, in Aspre Ekklesia near the river Strumica and another piece of land on the other side of the river Strumica from Dragias and her daughter Theodora for 14 nomismata (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτην εις τὴν Ἅσπρην Ενκκλησίαν αυλότοπον μετα περιβολίου καὶ μιλοθεσίου καὶ χωραφίου, ὄσον καὶ ἄρα περιἔχι ο τιούτος γαυρὸς του Βρανίλα το τιούτο τόπιον, καὶ αντίκρις πέρα του ποταμοὺ Στρουμμίτζης έτερῶν χωράφιον, αγορά του, στρεμμάτων δʹ. ἤγουν ἡγοράστην το τιούτον αυλότοπον συν το χωράφιν παρα του κυροῦ Θεοδώρου τοῦ Τετραγονήτου ὁς απο του γαυρου του Βρανιλα καὶ του μέρους αυτου εις ὑπέρπυρα νομίσματα ιδʹ, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, περιἔχι δὲ το τιούτῶν αυλότοπον ποταμὸς οἱ Στρούμμιτζα). He acquired 6 stremmata of land in his vicinity and 1 stremma of garden below the lower town of Strumica near the property of Rompsos from Theodoros and his family for 2 gold coins and 5 ducats (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε). He purchased 3 stremmata of field in the vicinity of his possessions from Ioannes and Prodilas for 1 gold coin and 1 ducat (ἑγῶ υἱὸς του Κωνσταντίνου μετα του θεῖου μου Προδήλα πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν χωράφιον στρέμματα τρία εις ὑπέρπυρον ἓν καὶ δουκάτον ἕν, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου). He obtained also a garden below the lower town of Strumica, in the vicinity of his possessions and the property of Kalenos Zeuges and near the river Vodoča for 1 gold coin from the priest Ioannes (ὁμοίως καὶ εγῶ ἱἑρεὺ̣ς Ιωάννης του Χουλμουλη μετα του μέρος ημῶν πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν κηπουρίον κατοθεν του εμποριου Στρουμμίτζης, ὄσὸν καὶ ἄρα ενη, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου καὶ πλησίον Καλένου του Ζευγὴ καὶ πλησίον ποταμου Βοδό̣τζης, εις ὑπέρπυρον ἔν).
Theodora (1) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from May 1286. She together with her father Dragias sold a farmstead with garden, a place, where a mill stood and piece of land, in Aspre Ekklesia near the river Strumica to Theodoros Tetragonites. They also vended another piece of land on the other side of the river Strumica to Theorodos Tetragonites, who payed them for all properties 14 nomismata (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτην εις τὴν Ἅσπρην Ενκκλησίαν αυλότοπον μετα περιβολίου καὶ μιλοθεσίου καὶ χωραφίου, ὄσον καὶ ἄρα περιἔχι ο τιούτος γαυρὸς του Βρανίλα το τιούτο τόπιον, καὶ αντίκρις πέρα του ποταμοὺ Στρουμμίτζης έτερῶν χωράφιον, αγορά του, στρεμμάτων δʹ. ἤγουν ἡγοράστην το τιούτον αυλότοπον συν το χωράφιν παρα του κυροῦ Θεοδώρου τοῦ Τετραγονήτου ὁς απο του γαυρου του Βρανιλα καὶ του μέρους αυτου εις ὑπέρπυρα νομίσματα ιδʹ, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, περιἔχι δὲ το τιούτῶν αυλότοπον ποταμὸς οἱ Στρούμμιτζα).
Theodora (2) Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from June 1286. She, her husband Theodoros and their two sons, Basileios and Dompros, sold 6 stremma of land in the vicinity of the estate of Theodros Tetragonites and 1 stremma of garden below the lower town of Strumica near the property of Rompsos for 2 gold coins and 5 ducats to Theodoros Tetragonites (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε).
Theophrurites Petros Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from May 1286. He worked as a preacher. He was one of the archontes, who authenticated the deed of sale from May 1286.
Tzernales Manuel Person Mentioned in the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309. He was priest and megas oikonomos of the Metropolis of Melnik. He signed and approved the deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309.
Udremprizes Basileios Person Mentioned in a deed of sale from January 1286. He authenticated the deed of sale from January 1286.
Zeuges Kalenos Person His property near the river Vodoča was in the vicinity of the possesion of the priest Ioannes, which was sold to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites (ὁμοίως καὶ εγῶ ἱἑρεὺ̣ς Ιωάννης του Χουλμουλη μετα του μέρος ημῶν πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν κηπουρίον κατοθεν του εμποριου Στρουμμίτζης, ὄσὸν καὶ ἄρα ενη, πλησίον του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου καὶ πλησίον Καλένου του Ζευγὴ καὶ πλησίον ποταμου Βοδό̣τζης, εις ὑπέρπυρον ἔν).
Places (11)
Name Class Begin End Description
Aspre Ekklesia Place 01.05.1286 31.05.1286 A certain Dragias together with his daughter Theodora sold a farmstead with garden, a place, where a mill stood and piece of land, in Aspre Ekklesia near the river Strumica to Theodoros Tetragonites (Ἑγῶ Δραγίας, γαυρὸς του Βρανίλα ἑκήνου μετα της θυγατρός μου Θεοδώρας,... πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεὄδωρον τον Τετραγονήτην εις τὴν Ἅσπρην Ενκκλησίαν αυλότοπον μετα περιβολίου καὶ μιλοθεσίου καὶ χωραφίου, ὄσον καὶ ἄρα περιἔχι ο τιούτος γαυρὸς του Βρανίλα το τιούτο τόπιον).
Koklizion Place 01.03.1320 31.03.1320 The village of Koklizion is mentioned in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (Δραγοσθλάβος ὁ υἱὸς τοῦ Σμόλη γαμβροῦ τοῦ Βελιαρᾶ προσκαθήμενος εἰς τὸ Κοκλίζιον).
Malesta Place between 01.12.1309 and 31.12.1309 between 01.01.1319 and 31.12.1320 Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas acquired from a certain Karbunares a place called Malesta near Melnik, where he erected the church of Saint George tu Kalamea. He endowed it with vineyard, fields, courtyard, meadow and a mill and gave it together with his wife to the Monastery of Iberon as metochion (καὶ γὰρ τὸ σύνεγγυ̣ς τοῦ κάστρου Μελενίκου, τὸ ἐν τῆ τοποθεσία τῆς Μάλεστας, τὸν ἐξ αγορασίας μου τόπον ἀπὸ τοῦ Καρβουνάρη ἐκείνου, τὸ ἐκ γονικόθεν παρ’ αὐτοῦ κατεχόμενον, σὺν τοῦ ἀμπελῶνος καὶ τῶν χω̣ραφίων, τῆς αὐλῆς, τοῦ ληβαδίου καὶ τοῦ μύλωνος... ὡσαύτως καὶ ἐν τῶ αὐτῶ τόπω ἀνήγειρα ἐκ βάθρου ἐξ οἰκίου κόπου καὶ ἀναλουμάτων θείον καὶ πάνσεπτον ναὸν εἰς ὅνομα τιμώμενον τοῦ ἁγίου καὶ πανενδώξου μεγαλομάρτυρος καὶ τροπαιοφόρου Γεωργίου). Karbunares bought an 11 modioi vineyard with a nearby wasteland in Malesta from Mitas and sold it to Ioannes Sguros Orestes (Καὶ εἰς τὴν Μάλεσ̣τ̣αν ἀ̣μ̣πέλιον ἐξ ἀγορᾶς ἀπὸ τ̣ο̣ῦ̣ δηλωθέντο̣ς Καρβωνά̣ρ̣η̣ παρὰ τοῦ ε̣ἰ̣ρ̣ημένου Μιτᾶ ἐκείνου μοδίων ἕνδεκα, καὶ χέρσον μερικὸν συμπαρακ̣είμ̣εν̣ον).
Mostenitza Place between 07.07.1152 and 30.06.1283 between 01.03.1320 and 31.03.1320 In the praktikon from 1152 for the Monastery of Eleousa outside Strumica the Metochion in Mustanitza is mentioned (μετοχίου τῆς Μοστενίτζης). The Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II. Palaiologos confirmed, that the fields in Mustanitza were in the possession of the Iberon Monastery on Mount Athos (τὰ εἰς τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν, εἰς τὸ χωρίον τὴν Μου̣στάνιτζαν, χωράφια αὐτῶν). The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos confirmed the possession of the Iberon Monastery over the fields in Mustanitza (ὁμοίως καὶ τὰ εἰς τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν, εἰς τὸ χωρίον τὴν Μονστάνιτζαν, χωράφια αὐτῶν, ἅπερ κατέχουσιν ἔκπαλαι). The piece of land in Mustanitza is mentioned in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (γῆ ἡ καλουμένη Μοσθεανίτζα).
Porodemos Place between 01.03.1320 and 31.03.1320 between 01.01.1570 and 31.12.1573 The village of Porodemos is mentioned twice in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (εἰς τὸν Πορό̣δημον). The village of Porodemos is registered in the Defters for the Sanjak Köstendil from 1570 to 1573 as mezra Porodim.
Strumica, Church Hagioi Dekapente Place 01.03.1320 31.03.1320 The Church of Holy Fifteen Martyrs from Tiberiopolis is mentioned three times in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (πλησίον τῶν Ἁγίων Δεκαπέντε μοδίων λδʹ; πλησίον τῶν Ἁγίων Δεκαπέντε μοδίων ιθʹ; εἰς τοὺς Ἁγίους Δεκαπέντε).
Strumica, Church of the Holy Apostles Place between 01.08.1310 and 31.08.1310 The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos issued in August 1310 a chrysobull charter, in which he also confirmed the possession of the Iberon Monastery over the Church of the Holy Apostles in the surroundings of Strumica with vineyards and pieces of fields. This property was donated to the monastery by a soldier from the unit of a certain Knentzopulos (τὸ περὶ τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν τῶν Ἁγίων καὶ ἐνδόξων μετὰ τῶν ἀμπελώνων καὶ χωραφίων αὐτοῦ, ὅπερ ἀνεδέξαντο παρά τινος στρατιώτου ἀπὸ τῶν ἐκεῖσε τοῦ Κνεντζοπούλου λεγομένου).
Strumica, Church ta Hagia ton Hagion Place between 01.08.1310 and 31.08.1310 The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos issued in August 1310 a chrysobull charter, in which he also confirmed the possession of the Iberon Monastery over the Church of ta Hagia ton Hagion near Strumica. The church was donated to the monastery by a certain Tetragonites (τὸ περὶ τὸν αὐτὸν τόπον τῆς Στρουμμίτζης τιμώμενον τὰ Ἅγια τῶν Ἁγίων, ὅπερ ἀνεδέξαντο παρά τινος Τετραγωνίτου).
Strumica, Lower Town Place between 01.06.1286 and 30.06.1286 Theodoros acqired a garden plot below the lower town of Strumica from Theodoros and his family in June 1286 (πεπράκαμεν προς σὲ σεβαστὸν κῦρ Θεόδωρον τον Τετραγονήτιν στρέμματα ϛʹ, πλησίον χωραφίου του αυτου κυροῦ Θεοδώρου, καὶ κυπότοπὸν στρέμαν ἒν ἥμισυ κάτοθεν του εμπορίου Στρουμμίτζης πλησίον του Ρόμψου. Ἑπουλήθην το τιούτὸν χωραφιον καὶ κυποτοπίω τούτω εις ὑπέρπυρα βʹ καὶ δουκάτα πέντε).
Strumica, The Church of Hagioi Anargyroi Place between 01.06.1283 and 30.06.1283 between 01.01.1869 and 31.12.1913 The Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II. Palaiologos confirmed, that the Church of Hagioi Anargyroi in the vicinity of Strumica was in the possession of the Iberon Monastery on Mount Athos (τὸ περὶ τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν εἰς ὄνομα τιμώμενον τῶν Ἁγίων Ἀναργύρων). The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos issued in August 1310 a chrysobull charter, in which he also confirmed the possession of the Iberon Monastery over the Church of Hagioi Anargyroi (τὸ εἰς τὴν Στρούμμιτζαν εὐκτήριον τὸ εἰς ὄνομα τιμώμενον τῶν Ἁγίων Ἀναργύρων). The church is mentioned in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (Μονύδριον τῶν Ἁγίων καὶ ἰαματικ̣ῶν Ἀναργύρων τῆς τοιαύτης σεβασμίας μονῆς). The Metochion was abondened in the beginning of the 20th century due to the lack of monks. Most of the churches in Strumica were destroyed during the fire in 1869 and in 1913.
Vodoča Place 01.03.1320 31.03.1320 The village of Vodoča is mentioned in the fragment of the Praktikon from 1320 listing the holdings of the Iberon Monastery in Palaiokastron (Veljusa) and its surroundings (ἕτερον πλησίον τοῦ Ἁγίου Ἰωάννου, τῆς ὁδοῦ καὶ τῶν Βοδετζηνῶν).
Sources (10)
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Chrysobull Charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II. Palaiologos for the Monastery Iberon on Mount Athos from June 1283 Source The Chrysobull Charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II. Palaiologos from June 1283 confirmed the possessions of the Monastery Iberon on Mount Athos.
Chrysobull charter of the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos for the Monastery Iberon from August 1310 Source The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX. Palaiologos issued in August 1310 a chrysobull charter, in which he confirmed the possessions and the privileges of the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos.
Deed of gift of Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa for the Monastery of Iberon from December 1309 Source Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas and his wife Eirene Kontostephanina Kapantritissa donated the Monastery of Saint George tu Kalamea with vineyard, fields, courtyard, meadow, mill and with the Church of Saint Panteleemon, which was endowed by Georgios Kontostephanos Kalameas, to the Monastery of Iberon. The deed of this gift was composed in December 1309.
Deed of sale of Dragias and his daughter to the Theodoros Tetragonites from May 1286 Source Dragias and his daughter Theodora sold several properties to Theodoros Tetragonites, which was confirmed by a charter from May 1286.
Deed of sale of Ioannes and his uncle Prodilas as well as of Ioannes, his wife Kale and his brother-in-law Ioannes to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites from January 1286 Source Ioannes and his uncle Prodilas and also Ioannes, with his wife Kale and with his brother-in-law Ioannes sold their properties to the sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites, which was confirmed by a charter from January 1286.
Deed of sale of Theodoros and his family to the Sebastos Theodoros Tetragonites from June 1286 Source Theodoros and his family sold several properties to Theodoros Tetragonites, which was confirmed by a charter from June 1286.
Fragment of the Praktikon of the village Palaiokastron in the possession of the Monastery of Iviron on Mount Athos Source The Fragment of the Praktikon of the village Palaiokastron in the possession of the Monastery of Iviron on Mount Athos records the taxes and the parokoi households in the year 1320.
Praktikon of Demetrios Apelmene Source The Apographeus Demetrios Apelmene issued in March 1301 the Praktikon for the Monastery of Iberon, where he compiled at the behest of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos the possessions of the monastery in the thema Thessalonike.
Praktikon of Konstantinos Kunales, Demetrios Kontenos and Leon Kalognomos Source The Apographeis Konstantinos Kunales, Demetrios Kontenos and Prokathemenos Leon Kalognomos registered all possessions and dependant people of the Iberon Monastery in the thema Thessalonike and issued in November 1318 the respective praktikon for the monastery.
Praktikon of Konstantinos Pergamenos and Georgios Pharissaios Source The Apographeis Konstantinos Pergamenos and Georgios Pharissaios registered all possessions and dependant people of the Iberon Monastery in the thema Thessalonike and issued in November 1318 the respective praktikon for the monastery.