At the end of the Latin version of Phranzes,
we read a long Greek epistle or declamation
of George of Trebizond, who advises the emperor
to prefer Eugenius and Italy.
He treats with contempt the schismatic assembly of Basil,
the Barbarians of Gaul and Germany, who had conspired
to transport the chair of St. Peter beyond the Alps:
Was Constantinople unprovided with a map?