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George Hamartolos

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(9th cent.),

‘George the Sinner’, also ‘George the Monk’, Byzantine historian. He wrote a Chronicon Syntomon, extending from the creation to ad 842. Though coloured by his hatred of iconoclasm, it is an important source for the period immediately before Photius.


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