Short chronicle on the Venetian conquest of Morea (1683-1690)
Agorastos, Theophylaktos [† after April 1729]
Nanetti, Andrea | URL
Short chronicle on the “liberation of Peloponnese from the tyranny of the Agarenes” written in spoken Greek by priest Theophylaktos Agorastos, in the monastery of Zerbitsa (near Mistra), between June 1728 and April 1729. It starts with the 1683 siege of Vienna by the Ottomans and ends with the Venetian conquest of Monemvasia, in August 1690.
Mount Athos – Monastery of Iviron – uncatalogued manuscript found and edited by Andrea Nanetti (ff. 185-187r). The manuscript also includes a Nomocanon, that is, a collection of ecclesiastical laws as well as notes on an earthquake (April 1729), on outbursts of plague (April 1729, March 1719), and on the price of cereals and of bread (1728-1729). It also includes tables for dating the religious feasts (June 1733) and a list of heresies.