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Renovatio Series 12

Byzantium and the Slavs

In Letters and Culture

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HARDCOVER

$52.50 • £42.95 • €47.50

ISBN 9780916458126

Publication Date: 01/01/1991

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752 pages

6 x 9 inches

93 facsimile pages, 14 line illustrations, 5 halftones, 1 map

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  • Preface
  • I. Byzantium and the Slavs
  • II. An Important Contribution to the Social History of Late Byzantium
  • III. ’To the unknown Land’: A proposed Emendation of the Text of Igor’ Tale
  • IV. Bars’ka Jevanhelija počatku XVII stolittja v Pierpont Morgan Library
  • V. Review of Harvard Slavic Studies I
  • VI. A Neglected Byzantine Source of Muscovite Political Ideology
  • VII. Review of Podil jedynoji Xrystovoji Cerkvy i perši sproby pojednannja jiji, istoryčno-kanonična monohrafija, by Metropolitan Ilarion
  • VIII. The Definition of Philosophy in the Life of Saint Constantine
  • IX. Byzantine Cultural Influences
  • X. Review of Imagery of the Igor’ Tale in the Light of Byzantino-Slavic Poetic Theory, by Justinia Besharov
  • XI. Review of Mediaeval Slavic Manuscripts: A Bibliography of Printed Catalogues, by David Djaparidze
  • XII. Byzantine Elements in Early Ukrainian Culture
  • XIII. The Civitas Russorum and the Alleged Falsification of the Latin Excommunication Bull by Kerullarios
  • XIV. Yaroslav I
  • XV. New Documents on Constantine Tischendorf and the Codex Sinaiticus
  • XVI. Review of Obshchestvenno-politicheskaia mysl’ drevnei Rusi (XI-XIV vv.), by I. U. Budovnits
  • XVII. Sviatoslav in Byzantine and Slavic Miniatures
  • XVIII. On Some Sources of Prince Svjatoslav’s Izbornik of the Year 1076
  • XIX. George Christos Soulis, 1927-1966
  • XX. Russo-Byzantine Relations after the Eleventh Century
  • XXI. The Greek Source of the Inscription on Solomon’s Chalice in the Vita Constantini
  • XXII. Muscovy’s Conquest of Kazan: Two Views Reconciled
  • XXIII. Rozwazania nad Szachami Jana Kochanowskiego
  • XXIV. Preface to Ivan Dujčev, Slavia Orthodoxa: Collected Studies in the History of the Slavic Middle Ages
  • XXV. The Cambridge and Soviet Histories of the Byzantine Empire
  • XXVI. The Date and Author of the So-Called Fragments of Toparcha Gothicus
  • XXVII. On the Social Background of Cyril and Methodius
  • XXVIII. Michael Cherniavsky, 1922-1973
  • XXIX. Ljubomudrčjšij Kyr" Agapit Diakon: On a Kiev Edition of a Byzantine Mirror of Princes
  • XXX. Preface to the reprint of Friedrich Westberg, Die Fragmente des Toparcha Goticus (Anonymus Tauricus) aus dem 10. Jahrhundert
  • XXXI. Francis Dvornik
  • XXXII. George Ostrogorsky
  • XXXIII. Remarks on the Diffusion of Byzantine Scientific and Pseudo-Scientific Literature among the Orthodox Slavs
  • XXXIV. Report on the Glagolitic Fragments (of the Euchologium Sinaiticum?) Discovered on Sinai in 1975 and Some Thoughts on the Models for the Make-up of the Earliest Glagolitic Manuscripts
  • XXXV. The Many Worlds of Peter Mohyla
  • Sources of Articles Published in this Volume
  • Index
  • Addenda

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