John of Antioch

   Author of a chronicle (q.v.), surviving only in fragments, from Adam to the death of the emperor Phokas (qq.v.). It is not clear who this John was, though John I, Jacobite patriarch of Antioch (qq.v.) from 631-649, is sometimes suggested.

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