Chrysorrhoas


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Chrysorrhoas:

see John of Damascus, SaintJohn of Damascus, Saint,
or Saint John Damascene
, c.675–c.749, Syrian theologian, Father of the Church and Doctor of the Church. He was brought up at the court of the caliph in Damascus, where his father was an official, and he was educated by a Sicilian monk.
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When the Chrysorrhoas was single (as in A {see Figure 9}) the Tithonius was also single: when the Chrysorrhoas was double (as in B {also Figure 9}) the Tithonius was also double.