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7. EPHESIUS, archbishop of Ephesus.


Scholia to Aristotle

The author of valuable scholia to Aristotle, especially the Metaphysica, was, according to some, no other than the emperor Michael Ducas Parapinaces, who was appointed to the see of Ephesus after his forced abdication in 1078. Others pretend that the scholia ought to be ascribed to Michael Psellus. [PSELLUS.] (Leo Allatius, De Psellis, p. 40.)

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