New Issues of Byzantine Studies Journals

Byzantinische Zeitschrift, August 2011

  • Die Argumentation des Patriarchen Gregorios II. Kyprios zur Widerlegung des Filioque-Ansatzes in der Schrift. De processione Spiritus sancti, Theodoros Alexopoulos

  • Leo III and the Anemodoulion, Benjamin Anderson

  • A Poem of Philes to Makarios Chrysokephalos? The Case of Poem Florentinus 58, Marina Bazzani

  • Procopius De aedificiis 4.2.1–22 on the Thermopylae Frontier, William J. Cherf

  • Theophanes Continuatus VI and De Cerimoniis, Jeffrey Michael Featherstone

  • The Term Kandaulos/Kandylos in the Lexicon of Photius and the Commentarii ad Homeri Iliadem of Eustathius of Thessalonica, Maciej Kokoszko, Katarzyna Gibel-Buszewska

  • A Rhetorical Declamation of Sophonias the Monk and Paraphrast, Denis M. Searby, Ambjörn Sjörs

  • Ein Griechischer Doppelvers Sulān Walads Neu Gelesen, Dimitri Theodoridis

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Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, September 2011
  • Butrint in the mid-Byzantine period: a new interpretation, Kamani, Solinda (abstract)

  • Exchanging logoi for aloga: cultural capital and material capital in a letter of Michael Psellos, Bernard, Floris (abstract)

  • Multilingual literacy at the Lusignan court: the Cypriot royal chancery and its Byzantine heritage, Beihammer, Alexander (abstract)

  • Of frogs and hangmen: the production and reception of the Corona Preciosa, Lauxtermann, Marc D (abstract)

  • From Patmos to Venice: two Greek translations of Paolo Segneri's works and their long journey to publication, Tsakiris, Vasileios (abstract)

  • Consequences of allegory: a case study of Vizyenos' Platonic imagery, Kalligas, Pavlos

  • 'Common women' or 'women of free morals': the suppression of prostitution in post-war Thessaloniki (1945-1955), Dordanas, Stratos N.

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