a Graeco-Roman jurist, said by Nic. Comnenus Papadopoli (who calls him Garidas Leo) to have been a judex veli. (Praenot. Mystag.
p. 15, 371, 400, 407.)
He wrote, concerning homicides and those who take refuge in sanctuaries, to Constantinus
Ducas (reigned A. D. 1059-1067), not Michael
Ducas, as stated by Bach and by Pohl (ad Suares. Notit. Basil.
p. 140. n. ζ
ed. Fabrot. vol. vii. p. 693.)
He also wrote a treatise concerning actions in alphabetical order, in which arrangement he was afterwards imitated by Psellus. (Basil.
vol. ii. p. 548, 556, 574, 651, 652, vol. iii. p. 78, 115, 249, 353, 389, 391, vol. vii. p. 651, 914; Assemani, Bibl. Jur. Or.
2.20. p. 411; Heimbach, De Basil. Orig.
p. 73; Zachariae, Hist. Jur. Gr. Rom. Delin.