76. Of JERUSALEM (5).
There are several works extant in MSS. in different libraries, the authors of which are called Joannes Hierosolymitanus, especially two works apparently by the same writer on the points of controversy between the Greek and Latin churches,
1. Ἰωάννου Πατριάρχου τῶν Ἱεροδολύμων λόγος διαλεκτικὺς μετά τινος Λαρίνου φιλοδόφου ὃν ἐποιήδατο ἐν Ἱεροδολύμοις περὶ τῶν ἀζύμων
, Joannis Patriarchae Hierosolymitani Disputatio de Azymis, quam is in urbe Hierosolymitana cum philosopho quodam Latino habuit.
2. Joannes Patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, de Spirit Sancto.
Whether the work described as Joannis Patriarchae Hierosolymitani Liber contra Latinos (Catalog. M Storum Angliae et Hiberniae,
vol. ii. pars i. p. 358, No. 9121) is one of the foregoing works or a different one we have no means of ascertaining.
The date of the writer is uncertain. Oudin fixes him early in the fifteenth century, when the projects of union between the two churches had revived and inflamed the controversies between them.
Cave, Hist. Litt.
vol. ii. Dissert. Prima,
p. 11; Fabric. Bibl. Gr.
vol. xi. p. 656; Oudin, de Scriptor. et Scriptis Eccles.
vol. iii. col. 2366.