Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.

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1.Cover: De Administrando Imperio

De Administrando Imperio

Porphyrogenitus, Constantine
Moravcsik, Gyula
Jenkins, Romilly J. H.

This is a reprint of the second revised edition of the text and translation written and compiled by Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus in the tenth century. The edition includes general and critical introductions, an index of proper names, and an extensive glossary, as well as grammatical notes and an index of sources and parallel passages.

1.1.Cover: Commentary on the <i>De Administrando Imperio</i>

Commentary on the De Administrando Imperio

Jenkins, Romilly J. H.

The De Administrando Imperio, compiled by Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus in the tenth century, is one of the most important historical documents surviving from the middle Byzantine period, containing information on foreign relations and internal administration. Long out of print, this most authoritative study of the text is once again available.

9.Cover: Three Byzantine Military Treatises

Three Byzantine Military Treatises

Dennis, George T.

Threatened on all sides by relentless enemies for a thousand years, the Byzantines needed ready armies and secure borders. To this end, experienced commanders compiled practical handbooks of military strategy. Three such manuals are presented here. These treatises provide information not only on tactics and weaponry but also on the motivations of the men who risked their lives to defend the empire.

11.Cover: The Correspondence of Ignatios the Deacon

The Correspondence of Ignatios the Deacon

Ignatios the Deacon

Preserved in a single manuscript, Ignatios’s correspondence has remained practically unknown to scholars. Some of the letters deal with literary trifles, while others contain valuable information on the social and economic history of the period. Taken together, they afford a unique glimpse into the activity of a Byzantine intellectual.

12.Cover: The Taktika of Leo VI: Revised Edition

The Taktika of Leo VI: Revised Edition

Leo VI
Dennis, George T.

First published in 2010, and now available in this updated, revised paper edition, this is the first modern critical edition of the complete text of Byzantine emperor Leo VI’s military treatise, The Taktika. The volume includes a facing English translation and explanatory notes by George T. Dennis, as well as extensive indexes.

13.Cover: The Life of Patriarch Ignatius

The Life of Patriarch Ignatius

Nicetas David
Smithies, Andrew

A window into the complex world of competing church factions, imperial powers, and the papacy, The Life of Patriarch Ignatius is the vivid account of two major ecclesiastical struggles of the ninth century. Critically edited with annotations, maps, and indexes, this important historical document is here translated into English for the first time.

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