Books about Synada:

booksThe Correspondence of Leo, Metropolitan of Synada and Syncellus (Dumbarton Oaks Texts) by Metropolitan of Synada Leo and Martha Pollard Vinson (Apr 1985)

booksByzanz und das Reich unter Otto III. - Der byzantinische Gesandte Leon von Synada und byzantinischer Einfluß im... by Dietmar Klumpp (Nov 17, 2013)


Wiki information Synada:

Pausicacus of Synada

Pausicacus of Synada was a Christian saint, monk, ascetic, and bishop of Synada. The saint's name, in Greek Παυσίκακος, derives from the words παῦσις «to stop, to cease» and κακία «evil, misfortune»; it means «to stop evil».

Leo of Synada

Leo of Synada was a Byzantine cleric, diplomat and writer of the late 10th century. Born ca. 940, Leo served as synkellos before becoming metropolitan bishop of Synada in Phrygia. In 996–998, he was sent as an envoy to the Pope in Rome along with a...