Andronicus, Camaterus

Andronicus, Camaterus, a relative of the emperor Manuel Comnenus, and governor of Constantinople, who, about 1150, wrote a book against the Latins, in the form of dialogue between the emperor Manuel and a Roman cardinal, concerning the procession of the Holy Spirit. Beccus, or Veccus, the 'Romanizing patriarch of Constantinople, replied to this work. Andronicus also wrote a work in the form of a conference between the emperor and Peter, the patriarch of the Armenians, and a Treatise on the Two Natures of Jesus Christ.

 
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