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Bar Hebraeus (Abu al-FarajIbn al-'Ibrl), 391,

Bar Ma'danĂ® (Jacobite patriarchal candidate), 380

Baranovych, Lazar, 312,320 Bari, shrine of St Nicholas at, 211, 212 Barjrberdc'i, Kostandin, 418 Barlaam of Calabria on hesychasm, 101,102,110-13,120,124 Palamas's opposition to, 63-6,101-2,110-13, 121-6

on Thomas Aquinas, 63 thought of, 62-5,110-13 Barsaum, Ephrem, 512 Barsauma, Jacobite monastery of, 377, 380, 384,399

Barsawma (Nestorian monk), 385 Barsei (Armenian catholicos), 408 Bars'kyj, Vasyl Hryhovyc, pilgrimages of, 210-12

1723-25 (first part ofjournal), 212-13 1725-29 (second part ofjournal), 213-19 1730-44 (third part ofjournal), 219-26, 227 1744-47 (letters, drawings and miscellaneous documents), 219, 227-8 analytical approach to sites visited, development of, 216 biographical information, 210-12 death of, 219, 228 drawings, use of, 215, 222-4 education, effect of, 224 foreign peoples, shift in attitudes towards,

213, 225 languages growing fluency in, 218 initial difficulties with, 212-13 literary vs. oral sources, reliance on, 217,

219, 222, 225 manuscript and editions ofjournal, 210, 228 method of composition ofjournal final collection of materials for later organisation and presentation, 219-22 initial on-the-spot recording of events and observations, 212 later composition of diary-like entries intended for further revision, 219 Orthodox liturgy interest in, 213, 219, 226 purpose and emphasis ofjournal, 210-12, 226

on Roman Catholic persecution of

Orthodox, 211, 226, 227 on Turkish rule, 226 Bartholomaios I (ecumenical patriarch), 576,

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