Of these modern Greeks, see the respective articles in the Bibliotheca Graeca of Fabricius — a laborious work, yet susceptible of a better method and many improvements; of Eustathius (tom. i. p. 289 - 292, 306 - 329), of the Pselli (a diatribe of Leo Allatius, ad calcem tom. v.), of Constantine Porphyrogenitus (tom. vi. p. 486 - 509), of John Stobaeus (tom. viii., 665 - 728), of Suidas (tom. ix. p. 620 - 827), John Tzetzes (tom. xii. p. 245 - 273). Mr. Harris, in his Philological Arrangements, opus senile, has given a sketch of this Byzantine learning, (p. 287 - 300).