See also:Byzantine chronicler, flourished in the 12th century during the reign of
See also:Manuel I . (
See also:Comnenus) (1143–1180) . He was the author of a
See also:Chronicle or
See also:historical synopsis of events from the creation of the
See also:world to the end of the reign of Nicephorus Botaniates (1o8r), written by direction of
See also:Irene, the emperor's
See also:law . It consists of about 7000 lines in the so-called "
See also:political " metre) . There is little to be said of it, except that it is rather more poetical than the
See also:iambic chronicle of
See also:Ephraim (about 150 years later) . It obtained
See also:great popularity and appeared in a
See also:translation; it was also translated into
See also:Slavonic . The poetical
See also:romance of the Loves of
See also:Aristander and Callithea, also in "political"
See also:verse, is only known from the fragments preserved in the `Po&wvia (
See also:garden) of Macarius Chrysocephalus (14th century) . Manasses also wrote a
See also:short biography of
See also:Oppian, and some descriptive pieces (all except one unpublished) on
See also:artistic and other subjects .
MANASSEH (apparently Hebrew for " he who causes to ...
PRAYER OF MANASSES
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