- Theologian, student of Demetrios Kydones (q.v.). He studied Kydones's translations of Thomas Aquinas (q.v.), converted to Catholicism and became a Dominican monk, as did his two brothers. In 1393, he left for the West, where Pope (q.v.) Boniface IX allowed him to celebrate the Dominican rite in Greek.
Historical Dictionary of Byzantium . John H. Rosser .
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