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By Annliese Nef
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The monastery would seem still to have been under construction during summer 592 when Gregory the Great reproached the rector Peter for this delay in the works, Registrum, II, 50. 99 Italia Pontificia X, p. 241. 100 Italia Pontificia X, pp. 235–36. 101 This latter is situated six miles from the town, Italia Pontificia X, pp. 238–239. We find for this establishment the formula monasterii mei: Registrum, IX, 20. Furthermore, it is possible that this suburban monastery had been given to another Church on the south coast, the see of Triocala.
96 From a total of six Sicilian foundations, on this point see Richards, Consul of God, p. 32. 97 Italia Pontificia X. Calabria-Insulae, ed. Paul Fridolin Kehr (Berlin, 1975), pp. 236–38. The pope describes this establishment as monasterii mei: Registrum, V, 4. There is no castiron evidence linking it to the present-day site of San Giovanni degli Eremiti, Lynn T. White, Latin Monasticism in Norman Sicily (Cambridge, 1938), pp. 123–30. This monastery did in fact have a double structure, and its suburban house, dedicated to Saint Maxim and Saint Agatha, obtained its independence in October 598, see below.
35 The dispute over his inheritance set a Syracusan doctor at odds with the Church of Melitene. 36 Caruso, “Lilibeo-Marsala,” pp. 171–72. 37 Giardina, “Quadro storico,” p. 239. See also Livia Bivona, “Panormo romana in età imperiale. La documentazione epigrafica,” Kokalos 33 (1987), 257–70, pp. 262–63. palermo in the eastern roman empire 17 as far as Tindari. The latter was in fact a city of minor importance, and the influence of the bishop of Palermo probably extended as far as the frontiers of its diocese.
A Companion to Medieval Palermo by Annliese Nef