SOZOMENUS

SOZOMENUS
Historicus, Presbyter Pistoriensis, qui historiae universalis amplissimum volumen scripsit; Florentinus fuit,
floruitque saecul. 14. Orditur autem opus suum a ereatione Mundi, et post Ecclesiam constitutam, in vitas Paparum late digteditut, ex Damaso, Anastasio Bibl. Paulo Diacono, aliis, diligenter excerptas. Divisit illud in partes 3. quarum non nisi una manuscripta superest Patavii. Raph. Volaterr. Comment. Urb. l. 20. et 22. Plura apud Vossium de Hist. Lat. l. 2. c. 64. etc. et qui eum nuper edidit Valesium.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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