File:John the Grammarian as ambassador before Theophilos and Mamun.jpg

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English: The embassy of John the Grammarian in 829, between the Byzantine emperor Theophilos (right) and the Abbasid caliph Al-Ma'mun, from the Madrid Skylitzes, fol. 47r, detail.
Date 12th/13th century
Source Chronicle of John Skylitzes, cod. Vitr. 26-2, Madrid National Library
Author Unknown, 12th/13th century author

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