Agatho of Constantinople

Agatho Of Constantinople was, first, reader in the Church of that city, then librarian, and lastly prothonotary and second chancellor. He was notary of the sixth holy 'and cecumenical synod (A.D. 680), and wrote out all the acts of that council, delivering a copy to each of the five .patriarchs. In 712 he wrote his Libellus, or Epilogus, in which he narrates all that the tyrant Bardanes attempted against the council. See Cave, Hist. Lit. s.v.

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