Glycas, Michael

Glycas, Michael (Μιχαὴλ ὁ Γλυκᾶς), a Byzantine historian, probably of the 12th century, was a native either of Constantinople or Sicily (hence called Sictulus). He wrote some letters to the last Constantine, and a History (Βίβλος χρονική), in four parts, from the Creation to the death of Alexis I Comnentus (1118), first published in a Latin translation by Leunslavius (Basle, 1572, 8vo; best ed. by Bekker, in the Bonn collection of the Byzantines, 1836, 8vo).

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