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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), Arse'nius or Arse'nius Autorianus (search)
aris, to be blinded; and Arsenius not only censured this act of the emperor publicly, but punished him for it with excommunication. Michael in vain implored forgiveness, till at length, enraged at such presumption, he assembled a council of bishops, brought several fictitious accusations against his patriarch, and caused him to be deposed and exiled to Proconnesus. Here Arsenius survived his honourable disgrace for several years; but the time of his death is unknown. Fabricius places it in A. D. 1264. He was a man of great virtue and piety, but totally unfit for practical life. Works Synopsis Canonum At the time when he was yet a monk, he wrote a synopsis of divine laws (Synopsis Canonum), collected from the writings of the fathers and the decrees of councils. Editions The Greek original, accompanied by a Latin translation, was published by H. Justellus in the Biblioth. Jur. Canon. vol. ii. p. 749, &c. Arsenius' Will Editions Arsenius' will likewise, with a Latin translat