Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia

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Metr. Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia

His Excellency, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia (b. 1934, also known by his lay name, Timothy Ware) is a titular metropolitan of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Great Britain. From 1966-2001, he was Spalding Lecturer of Eastern Orthodox Studies at Oxford University, and has authored numerous books and articles pertaining to the Orthodox Christian faith.


Born Timothy Ware in Bath, Somerset, England, Metropolitan Kallistos was educated at Westminster School (to which he had won a scholarship) and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he took a Double First in Classics as well as reading Theology. In 1958, at the age of 24, he embraced the Orthodox Christian faith (having been raised Anglican), traveling subsequently throughout Greece, spending a great deal of time at the Monastery of St. John the Theologian in Patmos. He also frequented other major centers of Orthodoxy such as Jerusalem and Mount Athos. In 1966, he was ordained to the priesthood and was tonsured as a monk, receiving the name Kallistos, in honour of St. Kallistos Xanthopoulos.[note 1]

In the same year, he became a lecturer at Oxford, teaching Eastern Orthodox Studies, a position which he held for 35 years until his retirement. In 1979, he was appointed to a Fellowship at Pembroke College, Oxford, and in 1982, he was consecrated to the episcopacy as a titular bishop with the title Bishop of Diokleia, appointed to serve as the assistant to the bishop of the Ecumenical Patriarchate's Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain. Despite his elevation, Kallistos remained in Oxford and carried on his duties both as the parish priest of the Oxford Greek Orthodox community and as a lecturer at the University.

Since his retirement in 2001, Kallistos has continued to publish and to give lectures on Orthodox Christianity, traveling widely. Until recently, he was the chairman of the board of directors of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge. He is the chairman of the group Friends of Orthodoxy on Iona. He serves on the advisory board of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship.

On March 30, 2007, the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate elevated the Diocese of Diokleia to Metropolis and Bishop Kallistos to Titular Metropolitan of Diokleia.


Metr. Kallistos is perhaps best known as the author of the book The Orthodox Church, published when he was a layman in 1963 and subsequently revised several times. More recently, he produced a companion volume, The Orthodox Way. But his most substantial publications have emerged from his translation work. Together with G. E. Palmer and Philip Sherrard), he has undertaken to translate the Philokalia (four volumes of five published to date); and with Mother Mary he produced English translations of the Lenten Triodion and Festal Menaion.

List of Writings by Kallistos (Timothy) Ware, Bishop of Diokleia


  • Eustratios Argenti: A Study of the Greek Church under Turkish Rule (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964), xii + 196pp.
[Photographic reprint (California: Eastern Orthodox Books, 1974).]
  • The Orthodox Church (Pelican Original: Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1963), 352 pp.
[New edition, fully revised (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1993). Translated into various languages.]
  • The Orthodox Way (London & Oxford: Mowbrays/Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary press, 1979), 195pp. [Translated into various languages.]


  • Translated and edited with Mother Mary (of Bussy-en-Othe), The Festal Menaion (London: Faber & Faber, 1969), 564 pp.
[The introduction and appendices are by KW; the translation was made jointly.]
  • Translated and edited with Mother Mary (of Bussy-en-Othe), The Lenten Triodon (London: Faber and Faber, 1978), 699pp.
[The introduction is by KW, the translation was made jointly.]
  • Translated and edited with G. E. H. Palmer and P. Sherrard, The Philokalia. The Complete Text compiled by St. Nikodemos of the Holy Mountain and St. Makarios of Corinth (London: Faber & Faber, vol. I, 1979, 378pp.; vol, II, 1981, 414pp.; vol. III, 1984, 379pp.; vol. IV, 1995, 458pp.).
  • Translated with Mother Mary (of Bussy-en-Othe), The Lenten Triodon. Supplementary Texts, duplicated publication by the Orthodox Monastery of the Veil of the Mother of God, Bussy-en-Othe, 1979 [in fact 1980], 305pp.


  • “ ‘Economy’ according to Orthodox Theology: Its Application to Non-Orthodox Sacraments,” Chrysostom, 5 (1961), 6-8.
  • “ ‘Guarding the Walls’: The Greek Orthodox Monk and his Service to the World,” Chrysostom, 9 (1962), 5-7.
  • “Saints and Beasts: The Undistorted Image,” The Franciscan, 5.4 (1963) , 144-52.
  • “The Communion of Saints,” in A.J. Philippou (ed.), The Orthodox Ethos, Studies in Orthodoxy, 1 (Oxford: Holywell Press, 1964), 140-9.
  • “The Orthodox Church in England,” in Zoe Brotherhood (ed.), A Sign of God: Orthodoxy 1964 (Athens: Zoe, 1964), 47-62.
  • “The Doctrine of the Church in Reunion Discussions,” Eastern Churches Newsletter, 48 (1968), 4-13.
  • “The Mother of God in Orthodox Theology and Devotion,” in the series “Mother of Jesus,” No. 6 (Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary), 1970, 14pp.
[Reprinted in A. Stacpoole (ed.), Mary’s Place in Christian Dialogue (Slough: St Paul’s Publications, 1982), 169-81.]
  • “The Sacrament of Baptism and the Ascetic Life in the Teaching of Mark the Monk,” Studia Patristica, X, Texte und Untersuchungen, 107 (Berlin, 1970), 441-52.
  • “Orthodox and Catholics in the Seventeenth Century: Schism or Intercommunion?” in Derek Baker (ed.), Schism, Heresy and Religious Protest, Studies in Church History, 9 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972), 259-76.
  • The Power of the Name: The Jesus Prayer in Orthodox Spirituality, Fairacres Publications no. 43 (Oxford, 1974), 25pp.
[New edition: Oxford: Fairacres Publications, 1986.]
[Reprinted in Elisabeth Behr-Sigel, The Place of the Heart: An Introduction to Orthodox Spirituality (Torrance, CA: Oakwood Publications, 1992), 135-73.]
  • “The Ecumenical Councils and the Conscience of the Church,” in Kanon, II, Jahrbuch der gesellschaft fur das Recht der Ostkirchen (Vienna, 1974), 217-33.
  • “Death and Life,” Christian, 2.4 (175), 363-9.
  • “The Fifth Earl of Guilford (1766-1827) and His Secret Conversion to the Orthodox Church ,” in D. Baker (ed.), The Orthodox Churches and the West, Studies in Church History, 13 (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1976), 247-56.
  • “Mount Athos Today,” Christian, 3.4 (1976), 322-33.
  • “ ‘Separated from All and United to All’: The Hermit Life in the Christian East,” in A. M. Allchin (ed.), Solitude and Communion, Fairacres Publications, 66 (Oxford: Fairacres Publications, 1977), 30-47.
  • “The Moscow Conference, 1976,” in Kallistos Ware and Colin Davey, Anglican-Orthodox Dialogue, (London: SPCK, 1977), 39-81.
[French trans. Istina, 24 (Jan-Mar 1979), 7-43.]
  • “Conversation with Kallistos Ware,” in E. Robinson (ed.), This Time-Bound Ladder: Ten Dialogues on Religious Experience (Oxford: The Religious Experience Research Unit, Manchester College, 1977), 107-23.
  • “Man, Woman, and the Priesthood in Christ,” in Peter Moore (ed.), Man, Woman, and Priesthood (London: SPCK, 1978), 68-90, 177-80.
[Reprinted in Thomas Hopko (ed.), Women and the Priesthood (Crestwood: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1983), 9-37.]
  • “The ARCIC Agreed Statement on Authority: An Orthodox Comment,” One in Christ, 14.3 (1978), 198-206.
  • “The Holy Spirit in the Personal Life of the Christian,” in Unity in the Spirit – Diversity in the Churches, The Report of the Conference of European Churches, Assembly VIII, 18th-25th October, 1979, Crete (Geneva: WCC, 1980), 139-69.
  • “Kirkon Salaisuus” [“The Mystery of the Church”], Ortodoksia, 29 (1980), 7-75. [In Finnish: the English original remains unpublished.]
  • “Patterns of Episcopacy in the Early Church and Today: An Orthodox View,” in Peter Moore (ed.), Bishops: But What Kind? (London: SPCK, 1982), 1-24.
  • “The Church: A Time of Transition,” in R. Clogg (ed.), Greece in the 1980s (London: Macmillan, 1983), 208-30.
  • “Salvation and Theosis in Orthodox Theology,” in Luther et la Reforme allemande dans une perspective oecumenique (Chambesy: Editions du centre Orthodoxe du Patriarchat Oecumenique, 1983), 167-84.
  • “Unity and Mission,” in Unity and Mission, The Report of the Eleventh General Assembly of Syndesmos, (Kuopio: Syndesmos, 1984), 5-15.
  • “The Sanctity and Glory of the Mother of God: Orthodox Approaches,” The Way, Supplement 51, Papers of the 1984 International Congress of the Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1984), 79-96.
  • “The Humanity of Christ,” The Fourth Constantinople Lecture, 29/30 November 1984 (London: The Anglican and Eastern Churches Association, 1984), 12pp.
  • “Bishop Kallistos of Oxford Looks at Ecumenism” (Interview with A. Kelleher), Diakonia, 19.1-3 (1984-85), 132-6.
  • “Image and Likeness: An Interview with Bishop Kallistos Ware” (by J. Morgan), Parabola, 10.1 (1985), 62-71.
  • “Why I am an Orthodox,” The Tablet (16 February 1985), 159-60.
  • “The Jesus Prayer in St. Diadochus of Photice,” Aksum Thyateira: A Festschrift for Archbishop Methodios (London, 1985), 557-68.
  • “Nous and Noesis in Plato, Aristotle and Evagrius of Pontus,” Diotima 13, Proceedings of the Second International Week on the Philosophy of Greek Culture, Kalamata 1982, Part II (1985), 158-63.
  • “Ways of Prayer and Contemplation. I. Eastern,” in B. McGinn & J.. Meyendorff (edd.), Christian Spirituality: Origins to the Twelfth Century, World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest, vol. 16 (New York: Crossroad, 1985), 395-414.
  • Praying Home: The Contemplative Journey, with Mary Clare and Robert Llewelyn (Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1987).
  • “The Theology and Spirituality of the Icon,” From Byzantium to El Greco, Royal Academy of Arts, (London, 1987), 37-9.
  • “Spirit, Church, Eucharist,” The Franciscan, 29.2 (1987), 77-84.
  • “The Unity of the Human Person according to the Greek Fathers,” in Arthur Peacocke and grant Gillett (edd.), Persons and Personality. A Contemporary Inquiry, Ian Ramsey Centre Publication no. I (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1987), 197-206, 215-17.
  • How to Read your Bible (Mt. Hermon , Ca: Conciliar Press, 1988), 16pp.
  • “Orthodoxy in Britain: Its Origins and Future,” in Directory of Parishes and Clergy in the British Isles 1988/89 (Stylite Publishing and Orthodox Fellowship of St. John the Baptist, 1988), 3-6.
  • “St. Maximos of Kapsokalyvia and Fourteenth-Century Athonite Hesychasm,” in Julian Chrysostomides (ed.), ΚΑΘΗΓΗΤΡΙΑ: Essays presented to Joan Hussey for her 80th birthday (London: Porphyrogenitus, 1989), 409-30.
  • “Mary Theotokos in the Orthodox Tradition,” Epiphany, 9.2 (1989), 48-59.
[Reprinted in Marianum 52, 1-2 (1990), 210-27.]
  • “The Feast of Mary’s Silence: The Entry into the Temple (21 November),” The Month, August/September (1989), 337-41.
[Also printed in Alberic Stacpoole (ed.), Mary in Doctrine and Devotion: Papers of the Liverpool Congress of the Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Dublin: The Columba Press, 1990), 34-41.]
  • “The Meaning of ‘Pathos’ in Abba Isaias and Theodoret of Cyrus,” Studia Patristica, XX (Leuven: Peeters, 1989), 315-22.
  • “Orthodoxy in Britain: Its Origins and Future,” Sourozh, 42 (1990), 23-8.
  • “The Spiritual Father in St. John Climacus and St. Symeon the New Theologian,” Studia Patristica, XVIII.2 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications/Leuven: Peeters, 1989), 299-316.
[Reprinted in Irenee Hausherr, Spiritual Direction in the Early Christian East, Cistercian Studies Series, 116 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, 1990), vii-xxxiii.]
  • “Eastern Christendom,” in John McManners (ed.), The Oxford Illustrated History of Christianity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), 122-61.
  • “The Meaning of the Divine Liturgy for the Byzantine Worshipper,” in Rosemary Morris (ed.), Church and People in Byzantium, Twentieth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Manchester, 1986 (Birmingham: Center for Byzantine, Ottoman, and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham, 1990), 7-28.
  • “Tradition, the Bible and the Holy Spirit,” Epiphany, II.2 (1991), 7-16.
  • “Saints in the Image of the Trinity,” in The Reckless Saints: Sermons from All Saints Margaret Street, Festival 1990 (London, 1991), 1-5.
  • “The Sacrament of Love: The Orthodox Understanding of Marriage and its Breakdown,” The Downside Review, 109, no. 375 (April 1991), 79-93.
  • “Praying with Icons,” in Paul McPartlan (ed.), One in 2000? Towards Catholic-Orthodox Unity (Slough: St. Paul’s, 1993), 141-168.
  • “Athos after Ten Years: the Good News and the Bad,” Friends of Mount Athos, Annual Report 1992 (published 1993), 8-17.
  • “How to Read the Bible,” in Peter E. Gillquist (ed.), The Orthodox Study Bible: New Testament and Psalms (Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, 1993), 726-70. (revised version on 1988 Conciliar Press pamphlet).
  • “The Church of God: Our Shared Vision,” Logos, 34.1-2 (1993), 10-29.
  • “Response to the Presentation by His Grace Bishop Basil (Losten): ‘The Roman Primacy and the Church of Kiev,’ ” Logos, 34.1-2 (1993), 107-16.
  • “Prayer and Sacraments in the Synagogue,” in Margaret Mullett and Anthony Kirby (edd.), The Theotokos Evergetis and Eleventh-Century Monasticism, Belfast Byzantine Texts and Translations 6.1 (Belfast, 1994), 325-47.
  • “The Tension Between the ‘Already’ and ‘Not Yet,’ “ in Colin Davey (ed.), Returning Pilgrims. Insights from British and Irish participants in the Fifth World Faith and Order Conference Santiago de Compostela 3-14 August 1993 (London: Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland, 1994), 29-33.
  • “The Understanding of Salvation in the Orthodox Tradition,” in Rienk Lannoy (ed.), For Us and Our Salvation, IIMO Research Publication 40 (Utrecht-Leiden, 1994), 107-31.
[Reprinted separately with the title How are we Saved? The Understanding of Salvation in the Orthodox Tradition (Minneapolis Mn: Light and Life, 1996), 19 pp.]
  • “Response to Fr Andriy Chirovsky: ‘Towards an Ecclesial Self-Identity for the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church,’ ” Logos, 35.1-4 (1994), 125-31.
  • “Gerald Palmer, the Philokalia and the Holy Mountain,” in Friends of Mount Athos, Annual Report 1994 (published 1995), 23-28.
  • “The Way of the Ascetics: Negative of Affirmative?” in Vincent L. Wimbush and Richard Valantasis (edd.), Asceticism (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995), 3-15.
  • “A Fourteenth-Century Manual of Hesychast Prayer: The Century of St. Kallistos and St. Ignatios Xanthopoulos” (Toronto: Canadian institute of Balkan Studies, 1995), 32pp.
  • “ ‘Act out of Stillness’: The Influence of Fourteenth-Century Hesychasm on Byzantine and Slav Civilization,” The “Byzantine Heritage” Annual Lecture, 28 May, 1995, ed. Daniel J. Sahas (Toronto: The Hellenic Canadian Association of Constantinople and the Thessalonikean Society of Metro Toronto, 1995), 25pp.
  • “ ‘In the Image and Likeness’: The Uniqueness of the Human Person,” in John T. Chirban (ed.), Personhood: Orthodox Christianity and the Connection Between Body, Mind, and Soul (Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey, 1996), 1-13.
  • Spirituality: Eastern and Western Perspectives, talks given by Bishop Kallistos Ware and Philip Sheldrake, Great St. Mary’s Papers, Two (Cambridge, 1996), 41pp.
  • “Has God Rejected His People? Saint Paul on the Vocation of Israel,” Saint John of Kronstadt Bulletin (September 1996); also In Communion, Journal of Orthodox Peace Fellowship (October 1996), 1-4.
  • “Lent and the Consumer Society,” in Andrew Walker and Costa Carras (edd.), Living Orthodoxy in the Modern World (London: SPCK, 1996), 64-84.
  • “St Athanasius the Athonite: Traditionalist or Innovator?” in Anthony Bryer and Mary Cunningham (edd.), Mount Athos and Byzantine Monasticism. Papers from the Twenty-Eighth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Birmingham, March 1994, Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies Publications, 4 (Aldershot: Variorum/Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1996), 3-16.
  • “An Icon of Human Freedom,” in Mircea Pacurariu and Aurel Jivi (edd.), Teologie, Slujire, Ecumenism: Inalt Prea Sfintului Dr Antoine Plamadeala, Mitropolitul Ardealului, la implinirea varstei de 70 ani (Facultatea de Teologie “Andrei Saguna”), extract from Revista Teologica, 3-4 (Sibiu, 1996), 103-9.
  • Through the Creation to the Creator (London: Friends of the Centre, 1997), 30pp.
  • “ ‘My Helper and My Enemy’: The Body in Greek Christianity,” in Sarah Coakley (ed.), Religion and the Body (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), 90-110.
  • “The Trinity, Heart of Our Life,” in James S. Cutsinger (ed.), Reclaiming the Great Tradition (Downers Grove, Illinois: Inter Varsity Press, 1997), 125-46.
  • “Confession” Saint John of Kronstadt Bulletin (December 1997).
  • Mary Theotokos in the Orthodox Tradition (Wallington, Surrey: The Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1997), 20pp.
  • “The Place of Mary: I. No New Dogmas, Please,” The Tablet (17 January 1998), 93.
[Reprinted in Edward Yarnold (ed.), The Place of Mary in the Church: Mariologists on Mary – Co-Redeemer (Wallington, Surrey: Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1998), 3-5.]
  • “God of the Fathers: C. S. Lewis and Eastern Christianity,” in David Mills (ed.), The Pilgrim’s Tale: C. S. Lewis and the Art of Witness (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1998), 53-69.
  • “Man, Woman and the Priesthood of Christ” [revised version of 1978], in Thomas Hopko (ed.), Women and the Priesthood (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1999), 5-53.
[Reprinted in Elisabeth Behr-Sigel and Kallistos Ware, The Ordination of Women in the Orthodox Church (Geneva: Risk Book Series, WCC Publications, 2000), 49-96.
French trans. “Homme, femme et pretrise du Christ,” in Elisabeth Behr-Sigel (ed.), L’ordination des femmes dans l’Eglise orthodoxe (Paris : Cerf, 1998), 51-96.]
  • “The Soul in Greek Christianity,” in M. James C. Crabbe (ed.), From Soul to Self (London & New York: Routledge, 1999), 49-69.
  • “Prayer in Evagrius of Pontus and the Macarian Homilies,” in Ralph Waller and Benedicta Ward (edd.), An Introduction to Christian Spirituality (London: SPCK, 1999), 14-30.
  • “The Passions: Enemy or Friend?” In Communion, 17, Journal of Orthodox Peace Fellowship (Fall 1999), I-8. [Also translated into Dutch and Finnish.]
  • “Open to a New Situation: A Fresh Approach to Old Problems?” in Orientale Lumen II: Conference Proceedings-1998 (Washingtom DC: Eastern Churches Journal, 1999), 101-20.
  • “Not Peace, But a Sword,” in Orientale Lumen III: Conference Proceedings-1999 (Washingtom DC: Eastern Churches Journal, 1999), 187-91.
  • “With All Our Heart, In Thanksgiving Let Us Offer The World Back To God,” in The Orthodox Church, 35.10-11 (October-November 1999), 3, 9, 16.
  • “Personal Experience of the Holy Spirit according to the Greek Fathers,” Stranitsi 4.1 (Moscow: St. Andrew’s Biblical College, 1999), 10-23. [Russian trans.; English text still unpublished.]
  • “What is a Saint?” Sermon at the St. Birinus Pilgrimage Service, Dorchester. II July 1999 (issued separately).
  • “Body, Intellect, Heart: Prayer of the Total Self,” The St. Nina Quarterly, 3.1 (Winter 1999), I, 9-11, 15.
  • “The Use of the Jesus Prayer in Daily Life,” Saint Mark Annual Review 1999 (Bethesda, Maryland: Saint Mark Orthodox Church, 2000), 1-13.
  • “The Witness of the Orthodox Church in the Twentieth Century,” Address at the Tenth Orthodox Congress in Western Europe, Paray-le-Monial, 30 October - I November 1999, Sourozh, 80 (May 2000), 1-14.
[Reprinted in The Ecumenical Review, 52.1 (2000), 46-56; also in translation in French, Italian, Flemish, and Greek.]
  • “Saint Gregory Palamas,” The Tablet (18 March 2000), 400.
  • “The Nearness yet Otherness of the Eternal in Meister Eckhardt and St. Gregory Palamas,” Eckhardt Review, 9 (Spring 2000), 41-53.
  • “Go Forth in Peace,” In Communion (May 2000), I-7. [Also trans. Into Dutch.]
  • “A Peaceful Ending to our Life.” Lecture given at Vezelay, April 1999; in Finnish trans., Aamun Koitto, 2 (2000), 4-8.
  • “What is Eastern Christianity? The Christian East: Unity and Diversity,” in William Joseph Buckley (ed.), Kosovo: Contending Voices on Balkan Interventions (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2000), 116-19.
  • The Inner Kingdom, The Collected Works, vol. 1 (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2000).
  • “Eastern Orthodox Theology,” in Adrian Hastings et al. (edd.), The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought (Oxford: OUP, 2000), 184-7.
  • “ ‘The Light that Lightens Everyone’: The Knowledge of God Among Non-Christians according to the Greek Fathers and St. Innocent,” Greek Orthodox Theological Review, 44, “1999” (in fact, 2001), 557-64.
  • “The Orthodox Understanding of Pilgrimage,” Forerunner, 38 (Winter 2001-2). 1-10.
  • “Glorify God with your Body,” In Communion (Spring 2001), 7-13.
  • “Eastern Christianity,” in Richard Harries and Henry Mayr-Harting (edd.), Christianity: Two Thousand Years (Oxford: OUP, 2001), 65-95.
  • “ ‘The Earthly Heaven’: The Mother of God in the Teaching of St. John of Damascus,” in William M. McLoughlin and Jill Pinnock (edd.), Mary for Earth and Heaven (Leominster: Gracewing, 2002), 355-68.
  • “How do we enter the heart?” in James S. Cutsinger (ed.), Paths to the Heart: Sufism and the Christian East (Bloomington, Ind.: World Wisdom/Fons Vitae, 2002), 2-23.

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  1. A late 13th and early 14th century Byzantine theological polymath, the last of the Greek ecclesiastical historians.

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