Studites, Simeon, is said to have been a monk in the famous monastery of Studium in Constantinople (see Muller, Stud. Coenob. Constant. ex Monum. Byzant. Illustratum Diss. [Lips. 1721]), and is credited with the composition of a series of hymns of praise (see Allatius, De Sym. Scriptis Diatriba [Par. 1664], p. 23).
Another Simeon Studites is mentioned in Allatius, loc. cit. p. 151, as a theologian, homilist, and hymnographer. See Fabricii Biblioth. Groeca, curante Gottl. Christoph. Harles. (Hamb. 1808), 11, 302-319.