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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, Chronological Index to Dateable Monuments (search)
seum), 6: Porticus Nova, 429. 443Thermae Constantinianae restored, 525. 450Forum Esquilinum restored, 224. 455Vandal invasion, 235. 468-483Basilica of Junius Bassus becomes a Church, 81. 470Earthquake injures Amphitheatrum Flavium (Colosseum), 6. Rostra Vandalica, 235, 453. 493-526Reign of Theodoric: he repairs Forum, 235: the walls, 349: Atrium Libertatis, 56; restores and alters Palatine Hippodrome, 163-4. 508(?) Amphitheatrum Flavium (Colosseum) restored after earthquake, 7. 507-511Theatre of Pompey restored, 517. 523Last venationes in Amphitheatrum Flavium (Colosseum), 7. 526-527Temple of Divus Romulus converted into a church, 450. 535Library of Pope Agapetus, 181. 535-536Theodohad preserves statues in Forum, 235. 537Aqua Traiana cut by Vitigis and restored by Belisarius, 28. 549Last games in Circus Maximus, 119. 571Narses removes statues from Capitoline Temple, 301. 608Column in Forum dedicated to Phocas, 133. 609Pantheon dedicated as a church.
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), Hesy'chius HIEROSOLYMITANUS (search)
r intimations, Miraeus (Auctarium de Scriptor. Eccles. No. clxxv.), Possevinus (Apparatus Sacer, vol. i. p. 739, ed. Col. 1608 ), Cave, and Thorschmidt (Comment. de Hesychio Milesio), consider Hesychius the writer to be identical with the Isysius or Isacius (*)Isa/kios), bishop or patriarch of Jerusalem, to whom pope Gregory the Great wrote an epistle (Epistol. 11.40.; Opera, vol. ii. col. 1133, ed. Benedict.), and whose death occurred, according to the Alexandrian or Paschal chronicle, in A. D. 609. (Chron. Pasch. p. 382, ed. Paris, vol. i. p. 699, ed. Bonn.) But the absence of any higher designation than presbyter in Photius and Theophanes forbid the supposition that their Hesychius ever attained episcopal rank; and the want of any distinguishing epithet leads us to conclude that there was no other Hesychius of Jerusalem who had acquired distinction as a writer. The account of Hesychius in the Greek Menology is probably correct in its general outline. According to it, he was born an
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), Joannes ELEEMOSYNARIUS (search)
Joannes ELEEMOSYNARIUS 55. ELEEMOSYNARIUS the ALMONER, patriarch of Alexandria early in the seventh century. He was appointed to the patriarchate in A. D. 606, or, according to some of our authorities, in A. D. 609 ; and was dead in or before A. D. 616. Works Epistola ad Caesarium Gardiner, bishop of Winchester, ascribed to Joannes Eleemosynarius the celebrated Epistola ad Caesarium, which is by most Protestant critics, and by some Roman Catholics, ascribed to Chrysostom; and which is appealed to as containing a clear declaration against the doctrine of transubstantiation. Accounts of his Life Life by Joannes Moschus The eminence of Joannes is evidenced by the fact that three biographical accounts of him were written; one, not now extant, by Joannes Moschus [MOSCHUS] and Sophronius. Life by Leontius, bishop of Neapolis in Cyprus A second life is by Leontius, bishop of Neapolis in Cyprus, of which a Latin version, made in the ninth century by Anastasius Bibliothecarius, h
Theodo'rus 4. Of ALEXANDRIA (1, 2). There were two patriarchs of Alexandria of the name of Theodore : one surnamed Scribo (*Skri/bwn), a Melchite, or of the orthodox Greek Church, who, after a patriarchate of two years, perished apparently in the troubles occasioned by the revolt of Egypt and Africa against the usurper Phocas, A. D. 609; the other, a Jacobite, who was patriarch from A. D. 727 to 738. (Le Quien, Oriens Christianus, vol. ii. col. 445, 457.)