Pg. 20 •
Macedonia, Greece, the south of Italy, Sicily, and north-western
Africa, were nearly all that remained to Heraclius of the once
vast dominions of Rome.
• Pg. 170 •
The same thing was true of the hereditary Pashas of Uskup
[Skopje] in Northern Macedonia.
• Pg. 315 •
The German tribes passed into Europe to the north of the Black
Sea, while another migration, from which sprung the Lydians,
Phrygians, Thracians, Macedonians, Greeks, and Romans,
settled the western regions of Asia Minor, and passed on into the
South of Europe.
• Pg. 316 •
Justinian was born at Tauresium, near the modern Skopia, in
northwestern Macedonia. His father’s name was Istok, and his
mother and sister were both called Wigleritza. These names
seem to place the Slavonian descent of Justinian beyond a