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problems with Tindal’s translation, see Mihai Maxim, “Demetrie Cantemir (1673–1723),” ed. Cemal Kafadar, Hakan Karateke, and Cornell Fleischer, Historians of theOttoman Empire, 2006, . Also, Cristina Bîrsan, Dimitrie Cantemir and the Islamic World,1st ed. (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2004). 29 Dimitrie Cantemir, The History of the Growthand Decay of the Othman Empire, 101. 30 Joseph Hammer-Purgstall, Histoire del’Empire ottoman : depuis son origine jusqu’a nos jours (Paris: Impr. de Béthune et Plon,1844), 247, n. 2. The Millet System Revisited 33 the vizirs and bashaws to lead him tothe palace which had been allotted for his residence.31 The problem with Gibbon’saccount is that when it came to the post-Byzantine period it relies on the spurioussource by Melissourgos-Melessinos, the Chronicon Maius, as its main source forGennadios’ investiture. However, it was not established until the 1930s that theChronicon Maius relied exclusively on Malaxos’ account. Ironically, Gibbon used
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