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Georgius, Monachus


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    • Amartol, Georgiĭ, active 9th century
    • George, Hamartolus, active 9th century
    • George, the Monk, active 9th century
    • Geōrgios, ho Eleusios, active 9th century
    • Geōrgios, Mönch, active 9th century
    • Georgius, Hamartolus, active 9th century
    • Georgius, Monk of Alexandria, active 9th century
    • Hamartolus, George, active 9th century
    • Hamartolus, Georgius, active 9th century
    • Georgios, Monachos, active 9th century
    • Γετ̔̈«”ϐδ·ργιος, ὁ Ἐλετ̔̈«”ϐγ·σιος, active 9th century
    • Georges, Monos, active 9th century
    • Georges, d'Alexandrie, active 9th century
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    • found: nuc88-88896: His Chronicon, 1978(hdg. on ViU rept.: Georgius, Monachus, surnamed Hamartolus; usage: Georgii Monachi)
    • found: AAC database website, viewed August 21, 2003(Georgius, Monachus, fl. 847-867)
    • found: Electronic antiquity V5N2 website, viewed August 21, 2003(Georgius Monachus of Alexandria)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia(George Hamartolus, or George the Monk; Byzantine historian; flourished mid-9th century)
    • found: Rosenqvist, Jan Olof. Studien zur Syntax und Bemerkungen zum Text der Vita Theodori Syceotae, 1981:page 11 (Eleusios, als Mönch Georgios)
    • found: Khronika Georgii͡a Amartola v drevnerusskikh spiskakh XIV--XVII vv., 2009:title page (... Georgii͡a Amartola)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed July 24, 2018(George Hamartolos; also George Hamartolus ("George the sinner"; "Hamartolos" was an epithet commonly used by Byzantine monks; Krumbacher therefore preferred the form of name Georgios Monachos); he was a monk at Constantinople in the 9th century, during the reign of Michael III (842-867), and the author of a chronicle of some importance)
    • found: Etudes sur les États de cause d'Hermogène : la division, 2018:title page (Georges "Monos" d'Alexandre [i.e. Alexandrie]) page 2 (Σκολτ̔̈«”αε·α στ̔̈»εα·ν Θετ̔̈»εε· ετ̔̈»ε”«·ς ττ̔̈»εʹ·ν Διατ̔̈«”αε·ρεσιν τ̔̈»ε««·πτ̔̈»ε· φωντ̔̈»εϐ·ς τοτ̔̈»εδ· ατ̔̈»ε͵«·τοτ̔̈»εδ· Γεωργτ̔̈«”αε·ου τοτ̔̈»εδ· Μεγτ̔̈«”αϐ·λου Σοφιστοτ̔̈»εδ· τ̔̈»ε«·λεξανδρετ̔̈«”αε·ας)
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