). 1. Of ALEXANDRIA, archdeacon of Alexandria, attended the council of Constantinople (reckoned to be the eighth oecumenical council by the Latin church) held by order of the emperor Basil the Macedonian (A. D. 869), as vicarius of the absent patriarch of Alexandria, Michael. A Latin version of a written address presented by Josephus at the council is given in the Concilia.
(Vol. viii col. 1114, ed. Labbe; vol. v. col. 887, ed. Hardouin; vol. xvi. col. 148, ed. Mansi; Fabric. Bibl. Gr.
vol. v. p. 59; Cave, Hist. Litt.
vol. ii. p. 55, ed. Oxford, 1740-1742.)