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35. Of CITRUS (now Kitro or Kidros), in Macedonia, the ancient Pydna. Joannes was bishop of Citrus about A. D. 1200. He wrote Ἀποκρίεσις πρὸς Κωνσταντῖνον Ἀρχιεπίσκοπον Δ̓υρραχίου τὸν Καβάσιλαν. Response ad Constantinum Cabasilum, Archiepiscopum Dyrrachii, of which sixteen answers, with the questions prefixed, are given with a Latin version in the Jus Graeco-Romanum of Leunclavius (fol. Frankfort, 1596), lib. v. p. 323. A larger portion of the Responsa is given in the Synopsis Juris Graeci of Thomas Diplouaticitus (Diplovatizio). Several MSS. of the Responsa contain twenty-four answers, others thirty-two; and Nic. Comnenus Papadopoli, citing the work in his Praenotiones Mystagogicae, speaks of a hundred. In one MS. Joannes of Citrus has the surname of Dalassinus. Allatius, in his De Consensu, and Contra Hottingerum, quotes a work of Joannes of Citrus, De Consuetudinibus et Dogmatibus Latinorum. (Fabric. Bibl. Gr. vol. xi. pp. 341, 590; Cave, Hist. Litt. vol. ii.p. 279.)

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