Victor of Tununa
Victor of Tununa was a bishop who died about A.D. 566. He was one of the defenders of the so-called Three Chapters (q.v.), and was imprisoned and banished because of his resistance in opposing Justinian's edict in condemnation of the chapters. He composed a Chronicon ab Orbe Condito, of which the part extending from A.D. 444 to 465 is still extant. See Thesaur. Temp. Eusebii Pamphili, opera et studio J. J. Scaligeri (Amst. 1658), 2, 1 sq.; Thesaur. Monum. Eccles. sive Henrici Canisii Lectiones Antiquc, ed. Basnage (Antv. 1725), 1,321 sq.