Africanus und die byzant.
i.; Batiffol, "Sozomene et Sabinos," in Byzant.
Literature: Louis Brehier, La Querelle des images, and Les Origines du crucifix (Paris, 1904); Librairie Blond, in French, each volume 60 centimes (brief but admirable); Karl Schwartzlose, Der Bilderstreit (Gotha, 1890); Karl Schenk, "The Emperor Leo III.," in Byzant.
(also in English translation; Karl Krumbacher, Byzant.
The historians Faustus of Byzant and Lazar of Pharp in the 5th century already attest the reverence with which their memory was invested.
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