See also:scholar, was a native of
See also:Macedonia . During the Greek War of Independence he migrated to
See also:Paris, where he tried to enlist the sympathies of
See also:Europe on behalf of his countrymen and to promote the study of
See also:ancient and
See also:modern Greek . But his chief claim to recognition consists in his
See also:discovery of two important
See also:MSS . (amongst others) in the monastery of Mt Athos during his exploration of the
See also:libraries of
See also:Turkey and
See also:Asia, at the instance of M .
See also:minister of public instruction in France . One of these contained the last
See also:part of a
See also:treatise on the Refutation of all Heresies, now generally admitted to be the
See also:work of Hippolytus (q.v.), the other the greater portion of the Fables of
See also:Babrius .
MINAS GERAES (i.e. " general mines ")
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