First English edition of the Nuremberg chronicle: being the Liber chronicarum of Dr. Hartmann Schedel…

and when the Peloponnesians surrendered, he subjected them to an annual tribute. When the Hungarians, at the instigation of Cardinal Julianus, took up arms against the Turks, and for a time were successful, the Greek emperor Constantine was slain there. The despot of these provinces refused to pay the tribute demanded by the Turks; and he built the city of Examilium. In consequence he was later fined a huge sum of money.


Achaia, as Ptolemy writes, has Epirus to the west; Macedonia to the north; and a portion of the Aegaean Sea toward the east, on whose shores it extends to the highest mountains. To the south is the Adriatic; and if this is true, then Achaia