Constantine of Sicily

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Photius (c. 810—895) Byzantine scholar and patriarch of Constantinople


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9th-C. poet, named also grammatikos and philosopher. He wrote Anacreontic verses to which Krumbacher (GBL 723) ascribes a vivid naturalness. Constantine mentions Arab attacks on Sicily. Lemerle (Humanism 199–200, n.95) ...

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