Note 058
From Chapter 68 of the Decline & Fall

In the severe censure of the flight of Justiniani, Phranza expresses his own feelings and those of the public. For some private reasons, he is treated with more lenity and respect by Ducas; but the words of Leonardus Chiensis express his strong and recent indignation,

gloriae salutis suique oblitus.

In the whole series of their Eastern policy, his countrymen, the Genoese, were always suspected, and often guilty.

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