Deme'trius or Deme'trius Syncellus
17. Metropolitan of CYZICUS, and surnamed SYNCELLUS. He is mentioned by Joannes Scylitza and Georgius Cedrenus in the introductions to their works, from which we may infer, that he lived about the middle of the eleventh century after Christ.
an exposition of the heresy of the Jacobites and Chatzitzarians
He wrote an exposition of the heresy of the Jacobites and Chatzitzarians.
This is printed with a Latin translation in Combefisius. (Auctarium Nov. ii. p. 261.)
On Prohibited Marriages
Another work on prohibited marriages is printed in Leunclavius. (Jus Graeco-Rom. iv. p. 392.)
Works extant in MS.
Some works of his are still extant in MS. in the libraries of Paris, Rome, and Milan.
Fabric. Bibl. Gr.
xi. p. 414.