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He noted that the Christian Empire of the Romans had originated with the Emperor Constantine and his mother Helena and had come tο its end when another Constantine, son of Helena, was Emperor and was killed in the conquest of his city.
He observed that the first Patriarch of Constantinople under Constantine Ι; was Metrophanes and the last Patriarch was also called Metrophanes, who died in 1443; for his successor, the Patriarch Gregory ΙΙΙ, whom Gennadios never recognised, went off to Rome and died there.
Gennadios also noted that the city of Constantinople had been founded οn 11 May (330), finished οn another 3 Μay and captured οn 29 Μay (1453), so that all the events of its birth and death occurred in the month of Μay.
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He is said to be largely responsible for the revival of magic in the 19th century.
Helena Petrovna Blavatski (Helena Petrovna von Hahn), cofounder of the Theosophical Society, born of German parents in Yekaterinoslav (now Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
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