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Progonos Sgouros (Greek: Πρόγονος Σγουρός; fl. 1294–1300) was a late 13th-century Byzantine senior military commander from Principality of Arbanon (Medieval Albania) with the rank of megas hetaireiarches. He was lord of Ohrid when the city was territorially controlled by the Byzantine Empire.
Around 1294–1295, he restored the Church of the Virgin Peribleptos in Ohrid, at the time under Byzantine rule, which later came to be known as St. Clement after Saint Clement of Ohrid. Progonos gifted an iconostasis of 8 panels, together with an icon of the Virgin Peribleptos of which only a fragment survived, with the iconostasis depicting the main feasts of the Church. The works were painted by Eutychios and Michael Astrapas, from Thessaloniki.
- Grabar 1994, p. 139.
- Velmans 2006: "La chiesa della Madre di Dio Periblepta, chiamata oggi San Clemente, a Ocrida, fu decorata nel 1295 per cura del grande eteriarca bizantino Arbanas Progon Sgouros, strettamente imparentato con la famiglia imperiale tramite matrimonio."
- Nicol 1986, p. 161 (Note #87): "An Albanian by the name of Progon Sgouros (Πρόγονος τοũ Σγούρου) and with the title of hetaireiarches restored the church of St. Clement of Ochrida about 1295."
- Constantinides 1992, p. 283.
- Sakellariou 1992, p. 346.
- The Hellenic Ministry of Culture 1998.
- Sakellariou 1992, p. 338.
- Rice & Rice 1974, pp. 34, 45.
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- Grabar, André (1994). Cahiers Archeologiques: Fin de l'Antiquité et Moyen Âge. 42. Paris, France: Picard.
- Nicol, Donald MacGillivray (1986). Studies in Late Byzantine History and Prosopography. London, United Kingdom: Variorum Reprints. ISBN 978-0-86078-190-5.
- Rice, David Talbot; Rice, Tamara Talbot (1974). Icons and their History. Woodstock, New York: The Overlook Press.
- Sakellariou, M. V. (1992). Macedonia, 4000 Years of Greek History and Civilization. Athens, Greece: Ekdotikè Athenon.
- The Hellenic Ministry of Culture (1998). "Ohrid – St Kliment". Late Byzantine World, 1204–1453. Athens, Greece: Foundation of the Hellenic World. Retrieved 5 May 2012.
- Universiteti Shtetëror i Tiranës: Instituti i Historisë dhe i Gjuhësisë (1998). Studia Albanica. 31–32. Tirana, Albania: Institute of Linguistics of the Academy of Sciences of Albania.
- Velmans, Tania (2006). L'Arte Monumentale Bizantina (in Italian). Milan, Italy: Jaca Book. ISBN 978-88-16-60355-4.