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Zosimus (Late Fifth Century)

Zosimus (zōs’i-mus). A Greek historian, who probably lived during the reign of the Emperor Anastasius, at the end of the fifth century of the Christian era. He wrote a ‘Roman History,’ composed of six books, in which he attributes the fall of the empire to the Christians alone.