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Κοσμᾶς), a MONK, according to the title in Brunck's Analecta, but according to that in Stephen's edition of the Planudean Anthology, a mechanician.

Confusion with Cosmas Indicopleustes

Whether he is the same person as COSMAS INDICOPLEUSTES, or as the COSMAS of JERUSALEM, or whether he was different from both, is altogether uncertain.



is the author of one epigram in the Greek Anthology. (Anab. iii. p. 127; Jacobs, iv. p. 96.)


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