Phranza (1. iii. c. 19) relates the ceremony which has possibly been adorned in the Greek reports to each other, and to the Latins. The fact is confirmed by Emanuel Malaxus, who wrote, in vulgar Greek, the History of the Patriarchs after the taking of Constantinople, inserted in the Turco-Graecia of Crusius (1. v. p. 106-184). But the most patient reader will not believe that Mohammed adopted the Catholic form,
"Sancta Trinitas quae mihi donavit imperium te in patriarcham novae Romae deligit."