Konstantinos Manasses: Revizyonlar arasındaki fark

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[[Dosya:01-manasses-chronicle.jpg|thumb|right|Manasses Vakainamesi'nden ilk minyatür: Çar [[İvan Aleksandr]] ve [[İsa Mesih]]'in yanında yazar (sağ).]]
'''Konstantin Manasses''' ({{lang-el|Κωνσταντῖνος Μανασσῆς}}; c. 1130 - c. 1187), 12. yüzyılda [[I. Manuel Komnenos]] (1143-1180 arası hükümdar) döneminde görev yapmış [[Bizans İmparatorluğu|Bizans]] [[Vakanüvis]]i<!--He was the author of a chronicle or historical synopsis of events from the creation of the world to the end of the reign of [[Nikephoros Botaneiates]] (1081), sponsored by Irene Komnene, the emperor's sister-in-law. It consists of about 7000 lines in [[political verse]]. It obtained great popularity and appeared in a free prose translation; it was also translated into Bulgarian and Roman [[Slavic languages|Slavic]] in the 14th century and enjoyed a great popularity.
 
Chronicle edition: Bekker, Bonn 1837; the Bulgarian translation, ''Cronica lui Constantin Manasses'', by Ioan Bogdan and I. Bianu, Bucarest, 1922.
 
In 1969 Bulgaria issued two sets of stamps depicting important scenes of the chronicle, to celebrate it.
 
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He was the author of a chronicle or historical synopsis of events from the creation of the world to the end of the reign of [[Nikephoros Botaneiates]] (1081), sponsored by Irene Komnene, the emperor's sister-in-law. It consists of about 7000 lines in [[political verse]]. It obtained great popularity and appeared in a free prose translation; it was also translated into Bulgarian and Roman [[Slavic languages|Slavic]] in the 14th century and enjoyed a great popularity.
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1969 yılında, Bulgaristan, hatırasına, Vakainamesi'nin önemli sahnelerinin gösteren iki seri pul bastırmıştır.
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Manasses also wrote the poetical romance ''Loves of Aristander and Callithea'', also in political verse. It is only known from the fragments preserved in the rose-garden of [[Macarius Chrysocephalus]] (14th century). Manasses also wrote a short biography of [[Oppian]], and some descriptive pieces (all except one unpublished) on artistic and other subjects.
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== Vakainame Edisyonu ==
Chronicle edition:* Bekker, Bonn 1837; the Bulgarian translation, ''Cronica lui Constantin Manasses'', by Ioan Bogdan and I. Bianu, Bucarest, 1922.
 
== Kaynakça ==
* Atıf: {{cite web|url=http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/MAL_MAR/MANASSES_CONSTANTINE.html| publisher = [[Encyclopædia Britannica]] (11th edition)|title = Constantine Manasses| accessdate = September 3, 2011}}
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