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Narratio de Imagine Edessena

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Author(s): Guscin, Mark
Unknown Author Date of Birth: Unknown; probably late 9th century Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown; probably latter part of the 10th century Place of Death: Unknown Biography Although this work has been attributed to Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus, the real author is unknown. He was probably a cleric close to the court writing on behalf of the emperor. Primary Sources of Information - Secondary Sources of Information - Works on Christian-Muslim Relations Kōnstantinou en Christō basilei aiōniō basileōs Rōmaiōn diēgēsis apo diaphorōn athroistheis…

 Kōnstantinou en Christō basilei aiōniō basileōs Rōmaiōn diēgēsis apo diaphorōn athroistheisai historiōn peri tēs pros Augaron apostaleisēs acheiropoiētou theias eikonos Iēsou Christou tou theou hēmōn, kai hōs ex Edesēs metekomisthē pros tēn pandaimona tautēn kai basilida tōn poleōn Kōnstantinoupolin.

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Author(s): Guscin, Mark
Narratio de Imagine Edessena BThe narration of Constantine, Emperor of the Romans in the eternal Emperor Christ, collected from different stories, about the divine image not made by hands of Jesus Christ our God, which was sent to Abgar, and how it was translated to this all-blessed and queen of cities, Constantinople Narratio de Imagine Edessena Date: Mid-10th century, after 944 Original Language: Greek Description The Narratio de Imagine Edessena, which must have been written after 944, since it describes the arrival of the Image in Constantinople in that year,…