Constantinus Lichudes a Greek theologian, was at first protovestiary, and was appointed patriarch of Constantinople in 1058. We have from him two synodal decrees, one upon a culpable slave, the other upon a priest arrested for murder. These two decrees are found, with a Latin translation, in the Jus Graeco- romanum of Leunclavius. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.