11. CHARTOPHYLAX, a writer so called, distinct from either George of Nicomedeia, or George of Pisidia, and sometimes designated " Callipolitanus;" lived apparently in the 13th century.
He wrote some Greek iambics referring to events in the history of Italy about the middle of that century, quotations from which are given by Bandini. (Bandini, Catal. Cod. Laurent Medic.
vol. i. p. 25, &c.; Allatius, Diatrib. de Georg.
apud Fabr. vol. xii. p. 14.)