Michael Ix Palaeologus
MICHAEL IX PALAEOLOGUS, was the son of Andronicus II. and was associated with him on the throne from 1295, but predeceased him (1320). He took the field against the Turks (1301, 1310) and against the Grand Catalan Company (1305), but was repeatedly defeated.
See Gibbon's Decline and Fall (ed. Bury, 1896) ; G. Finlay, Hist, of Greece (ed: 1877); G. Schlumberger, VEpop&e byzanline (1896); J. Bury, inEng. Hist. Rev. (1889); Meliarakes, 'Icrropia. TOV /3o<riXeioi> Tijs NuaiasKaiToDSeoTrordTcw rijs 'Hjreipou, pp. 539-627 (Athens, 1898).
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