9. MONACHUS, ecclesiae Constantinopolitanae presbyter and Ignatii patriarchae syncellus.
Ignatius died in 877.
Edited Greek and Latin, in a very mutilated form, by Raderus in his Acta Concilü, Ingolstadt, 1604, 4to.
, also in the eighth vol. of the Concilia.
The life of Theodore Studita, as well as one or two of the other productions, were perhaps written by another Michael Monachus, a contemporary and survivor of Studita who died as early as 826.
The author of this life was a very incompetent writer.
Baronius gives some fragments of this in his Annales
ad an. 795 and 826.
The complete text with a Latin translation was published by Jacobus de la Baune in the fifth vol. of Opera Sirmondi, Paris, 1696, fol.
Cave, Hist. Lit.
ad an. 878; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. xi. p. 205.