MICHAEL Cerularius

MICHAEL Cerularius
MICHAEL Cerularius
Patriarcha Constantinopolitan. post. Alexin, A. C. 1043. prolixam contra Latinos Epistolam scripsit, postmodum ab Isaaco Comneno, quem tamen ad Imperium promoverat. in exilium eiectus est, A. C. 1058. ubi paulo post obiit.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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