Matthaios Kamariotis

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Matthaios Kamariotis (Greek: Ματθαῖος Καμαριώτης; died 1490) was a Greek scholar of the Renaissance era, from Thessaloniki. He was a lecturer at the University of Constantinople and the first director of the Patriarchal Academy of Constantinople (Phanar Greek Orthodox College), founded by the Patriarch Gennadius as a continuation of the University of Constantinople after the Fall of Constantinople.[1]

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  1. ^ Kostas Gavroglu, The Sciences in the European Periphery During the Enlightenment, 2001, p. 46
  2. ^ Uppsala Universitaet, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala University Library, 1962, p. 286