Acominatus, Michael (surnamed Choniata, or Choniafesi from the place of his birth in Phrygia), was older than his brother Nicetas. He was archbishop of Athens about 1204, but was at that period far advanced in years. His Funeral Oration (Paris, 1566; Frankf. 1568.) on the death of his brother Nicetas is Still extant in the collected works of the latter, and in Biblioth. Pautrum, vol. 25. "Some MS. works and sermons of Acomiriatus are preserved in the Royal Library at Paris, and in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.