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George Amiroutzes (Greek: Γεώργιος Αμιρουτζής) (1400–1470) was a Pontic Greek Renaissance scholar, philosopher and civil servant. Although praised and respected for his outstanding knowledge not only of theology and philosophy, but also of the natural sciences, medicine, rhetoric and poetry, all of which earned him the epithet the Philosopher (o Φιλόσοφος), he is considered as a controversial figure of the late Byzantine era due to his role in the fall of Trebizond and his later behavior as a servant for Mehmed II.

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  • Georges Amiroutzès (en grec Γεώργιος Ἀμιρούτζης) est un homme d'État, écrivain et philosophe grec du XVe siècle, né à Trébizonde au début de ce siècle, mort vers 1470.
  • Rappresentante bizantino al concilio di Firenze, sembrò inizialmente favorevole alla riunione delle Chiese cattolica e ortodossa, ma nel 1440 cambiò apertamente posizione, dichiarandosi avverso al cattolicesimo. Divenuto protovestiario di Davide II di Trebisonda, alla caduta di questi (1461) si convertì all'islam, divenendo un apprezzato traduttore e cortigiano.
  • George Amiroutzes (Greek: Γεώργιος Αμιρουτζής) (1400–1470) was a Pontic Greek Renaissance scholar, philosopher and civil servant. Although praised and respected for his outstanding knowledge not only of theology and philosophy, but also of the natural sciences, medicine, rhetoric and poetry, all of which earned him the epithet the Philosopher (o Φιλόσοφος), he is considered as a controversial figure of the late Byzantine era due to his role in the fall of Trebizond and his later behavior as a servant for Mehmed II.
  • Jerzy Amirutzes (gr., Γεώργιος Αμιρουτζής, ur. 1400, zm. 1470) – bizantyński minister cesarstwa Trapezuntu, filozof i uczony. Urodził się Trapezuncie. Był uczestnikiem soboru we Florencji. Tam zdecydowanie poparł unię Kościołów, ale po powrocie do Konstantynopola złożył oświadczenia przeciwko prymatowi papieskiemu i Filioque. W okresie upadku Trapezuntu wszedł w kontakt ze swoim bratankiem wielkim wezyrem Mahmudem Paszą. 15 sierpnia 1461, po namowach Jerzego Dawid II Wielki Komnen zdecydował się poddać. W zamian otrzymał wysokie uposażenie oraz zgodę na osiedlenie się w Tracji wraz z całą rodziną. Amirutzes w nagrodę otrzymał ziemie w imperium osmańskim.
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