Byzantine Monuments and Topography of the Pontos, vol. I by Anthony Bryer, David Winfield

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Bryer, Trebizond, Study I Bryer, Apollo, 89 (1969) A. Bryer, "The church of Haghia Sophia in Trebizond," 268-74 Bryer, AP, 24 (1961) A. Bryer, "The littoral of the Empire of Trebizond in two fourteenth-century portolano maps," 97-127 Bryer, AP, 29 (1968) A. Bryer, "Nineteenth-century monuments in the city and vilayet of Trebizond: Architectural and historical notes, Part 2," 89-132. Cf. Ballance, Bryer, and Winfield, AP, 28 (1966): Bryer and Winfield, AP, 30 (1970); and Bryer, Isaac, and Winfield, AP, 32 (1972-73) Bryer, BK, 19-20 (1965) A.

So, geographically we have set our westward limit at Cape Karambis, most northerly geographical point of Anatolia and most westerly of Trebizond's medieval outposts, and our eastward limit falls at Bathys (Batumi), the historic border where the coastline turns northward and the river Akampsis (coruh) breaks through the mountain barrier to force its way to the sea.

Lehmann, "Reisebriefe von der armenischen Expedition," Mittheilungen der geographischen Gesellschaft in Hamburg, 16 (1900), 16-70 Rohrbach (1900) Paul Rohrbach, Im Vordern Asien (Berlin, 1901) Cf. the same, Vom Kaukasus zum Mittelmeer (Berlin, 1903). Neither seen by us. Cumonts (1900); or Cumonts, SP, II Franz Cumont and Eugene Cumont, Voyage d'exploration archeologique dans le Pont et la Petite Armenie (Brussels, 1906) Papamichalopoulos (1902) Konstantinos N. Papamichalopoulos, Ilspti yrlatq ctq Tov Ilovtov (Athens, 1903) Hedin (1905) Sven Hedin, Overland to India (London, 1910) Gregoire (1907) Henri Gregoire, "Rapport sur un voyage d'exploration dans le Pont et en Cappadoce," BCH, 33 (1909), 1-41 Cf.

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