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Neilos Doxopatres


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Theologian and canonist of first half of 12th C.; baptismal name Nicholas.

Doxopatres (Δοξοπατρη̑ς) held a combination of ecclesiastical and secular offices in Constantinople: deacon of Hagia Sophia, patriarchal notary ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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