Constantine Sathas

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Photo of C. Sathas from the Hestia magazine, 1894

Constantine Sathas (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Σάθας, Athens, 1842 – Paris, 1914) was a Greek historian and researcher.

Sathas is considered one of the founders of Byzantine and post-Byzantine studies in Greece.[citation needed] He performed archival research in Greece, Constantinople, Venice, and Florence. From 1900 onward he lived in Paris until his death in 1914.

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Sathas works include:

Greek language

In French and other languages

He collaborated with J.B. Bury and others for an edition of the History of Michael Psellus (Methuen & Co. London, 1899).

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