dictus Iunior folus imperavit 9. ann. Contra Bulgaros et Acarnanas, ope Turcarum, quos imprudens evocaverat, victor, Obiit A C. 1341. Filiis in tutela Cantacuzeni relictis, qui ipse imperium invasit. Gregoras l. 10. et 11. Cantacuz. l. 2. Onuphr. et Genebr. Nicephorus, etc.

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