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Saints of Ninth- and Tenth-Century Greece

Edited and translated by Anthony Kaldellis

Ioannis Polemis

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$29.95 • £27.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674237360

Publication Date: 05/06/2019

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384 pages

5-1/4 x 8 inches

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  • Introduction
    • Saint Nicholas the Younger
    • Saint Athanasios of Methone
    • Saint Peter of Argos
    • Saint Theokletos of Lakedaimon
    • Saint Theodore of Kythera
    • Saint Arsenios of Kerkyra
    • Notes
  • Martyrdom of Nicholas the Younger
  • Encomium of Nicholas the Younger by the Presbyter Achaïkos
  • Funeral Oration for Athanasios, Bishop of Methone, by Peter, Bishop of Argos
  • Life of Peter, Bishop of Argos, by Theodore, Bishop οf Nicaea
  • Life and Miracles of Theokletos, Bishop of Lakedaimon
  • Life of Theodore of Kythera by Leo
  • Commemoration of Arsenios, Archbishop of Kerkyra
  • Abbreviations
  • Note on the Texts
  • Notes to the Texts
  • Notes to the Translations
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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