Life of st Philaretos the Merciful Written by His Grandson by Lennart Ryden, Nicetas

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83 "ll Pratum Spirituale di Giovanni Mosco", OCP 17 (1951), 61-94, esp. Ve-Vlle siecles)", ROC? (1902), 616-17. PO 19 (1926), 202. The story of Theodore is quoted and discussed by Ludwig, 148-151. She works out the similarities with Philaretos but also observes that, Theodore was an ascetic who gave to the poor in secret, whereas Philaretos money in broad daylight. However, I do not think that this is sufficient reason to the saloi, as Ludwig does. Traiti des offices, ed. J. Verpeaux (Paris, 1976), 255.

This probably reflects the monetary system of the period in which Christopher lived, although in this context it fails to serve a meaningful purpose. In his Lives of the Eastern Saints John of Ephesos (6th century) describes a simplified version of this method. Like Philaretos, a praepositus sacri cubiculi and castrensis called Theodore gave away not only his own very substantial wealth but also all the money he received from the emperor. He would "load two of his confidential servants during the night, ...

Our Philaretos the Merciful. 3. Emperor John III Vatatzes the Merciful, d. 1254. 4. 58 John the Merciful the Younger, d. c. 1250. To these may be added Ioustos 9 the Merciful, mentioned by Ludwig,5 and Christopher the Merciful, to be treated below in connection with Philaretos' largesse. No. fLwV only in the title, whereas this epithet 54 PG 62, cols. 769-770, esp. :~ e:Up't)crn Ev -rcfi cx:tWvt. e:tc;. 55 PG 62, cols. 433-444, esp. :U&o: ... oU-cov. v nvt1. c;, oU-r;'E~E:pxfl €:x. &n Ev -c1} 1t6Ae(.

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