An account of this writer is given elsewhere. [CHRYSOBERGES LUCAS.] He flourished about A. D. 1400, and was, though a Greek, a strenuous defender of the opinions of the Latin church, sending letters to various persons on this subject, especially to the people of Constantinople. Whether the Περὶ διαφόρων κεφαλαίων Quaestiones Sacrae Miscellaneee,
by "Maximus the Monk," contained in a MS. of the Imperial Library at Vienna, are by Chrysoberges, is not clear. Maximus Chrysoberges had for his antagonist Nilus Damyla. [NILUS.] (Comp. Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. ix. p. 679, vol. xi. p. 397; Cave, Hist. Litt.
vol. ii. Appendix,
p. 87; and Dissert. Prima,