The Chronicle of Pseudo-Dionysius (or the Zuqnin Chronicle) is an
important historiographical work dating from the end of the eighth
century. The third part of the Chronicle, translated here, is based
on the otherwise lost part of the Ecclesiastical History of John of
Ephesus (d. ca.588), which relates events in the reigns of Zeno,
Anastasius, Justin I and Justinian. The work is written from the
point of view of a religious dissident, a Monophysite, whose
personal experience as a persecuted monk in his native Mesopotamia,
as well as his later life in Constantinople, make the History a
most interesting and unusual source.
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