Sozomen (c. 380 - c. 450), a Greek-speaking Christian rhetorician and historian who was born in Palestine, composed an Ecclesiastical History from 323 to 425, which continues that of Eusebius of Caesarea and depends on other Byzantine chroniclers such as Socrates.
Few biographical elements are available. The only certainty is that he was in Constantinople in 443, where he practised as a lawyer and jurist (scholastikos).
Près de Gaza en Palestine
|Group of authors||Greece, Minor Asia (including Constantinople), Greek historians|