Nicolaus of Constantinople
Nicolaus Of Constantinople, an Eastern prelate of note, flourished near the opening of the 12th century. He was patriarch from A.D. 1084 to 1111, and wrote several decrees and letters, of which an account is given by Cave (Hist. Lit. 2:156, ed. Basil.). See also Fabricius, Bibl. Graec. 11:285.