Peter the Patrician (2)
Peter The Patrician (2)
was a Greek saint who lived early in the 9th century. He had fought in the battle (A.D. 811) against the Bulgarians in which the emperor Nicephorus I was defeated and slain. A life of Peter, taken from the Meencea of the Greeks, is given in the original Greek, with a Latin version, and a
Commentariolus Prcevius by Joannes Pinius, in the Acta Sanctorum (July), 1:289, 290.