Miltiadis Isaak Nomidis (1884 - 1959) was an archaeologist and scholar and a native of Istanbul of Greek origin. Nomidis created at least one map which detailed Constantinople in the Middle Ages and marked its many churches, mosques, monasteries, and other important sites. He signed all his works MISN. He spent from May 1937 until March 1938 restoring the mosaics of the Kilise Camii in Istanbul. We found a reference stating that Nomidis owned the Libraire de Péra in Istanbul beginning in 1940 after taking it over from the poet Partriarchias and that his daughter Talya Nomidis, inherited the shop from him. Apparently it still operates today and is owned by Ugur Güracar.

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