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34 Registrum, VI, 13. 35 The dispute over his inheritance set a Syracusan doctor at odds with the Church of Melitene. 36 Caruso, “Lilibeo-Marsala,” pp. 171–72. 37 Giardina, “Quadro storico,” p. 239. See also Livia Bivona, “Panormo romana in età imperiale. La documentazione epigrafica,” Kokalos 33 (1987), 257–70, pp. 262–63. palermo in the eastern roman empire 17 as far as Tindari. The latter was in fact a city of minor importance, and the influence of the bishop of Palermo probably extended as far as the frontiers of its diocese.
There is nothing extraordinary about the incumbent not having gone to Constantinople in 787. 39 For the development of the territory of Termini, see Oscar Belvedere, “L’evoluzione storica del territorio imerese dalla fondazione della colonia al periodo tardo-antico,” in Oscar Belvedere et alii, Himera III, prospezione archeologica nel territorio (Rome, 2002) and Rosa Maria Cucco, “Due insediamenti di età romana nel territorio ad est del fiume Imera,” Kokalos 41 (1995), 139–182. 40 The episcopal notices are lists of episcopal sees subject to the authority of the patriarchate of Constantinople.
It was a question of direct payments to those having rights to the fiscal resources required in the context of the annona. 79 The private foundations continued to pay their taxes, John P. Thomas, Private Religious Foundations in the Byzantine Empire, Dumbarton Oaks Studies 24 (Washington DC, 1987), p. 57, p. 73 and pp. 80–83. There are numerous instances in Sicily of properties held in common, with, as a consequence, a shared fiscal responsibility. 80 Antonino Salinas, “Sigilli diplomatici italo-greci,” Periodico di numismatica e sfragistica per la storia d’Italia 6 (1874), pp.