Sevastos Kyminitis

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Sevastos Kiminitis or Sebastos Kyminites (Greek: Σεβαστός Κυμινήτης) was a Pontic Greek scholar who was born in a village close to Τrebizond, Pontus in 1630. He was principal of the Patriarchal Academy in Constantinople in the years 1671-1682. He left Constantinople in 1682 and moved to Τrebizond where he founded a Greek language school, known as Phrontisterion of Trapezous.[1] Around 1689 he moved to Bucharest to become principal of the Princely Academy of Bucharest. He died there in 1703.


  1. ^ Bryer, Anthony; Winfield, David (2006). The post-Byzantine monuments of Pontos. Ashgate. p. xxxiii. ISBN 978-0-86078-864-5. 

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