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Centre and Margins

from Part I - Love for the Written Word

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 September 2018

Teresa Shawcross
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Princeton University, New Jersey
Ida Toth
Affiliation:
University of Oxford
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The key primary source is: Gautier, P., ‘Diatribes de Jean l’Oxite contre Alexis Ier Comnène’, REB, 28 (1970), 555. Introductory studies include: M. J. Angold, Church and Society in Byzantium under the Comneni, 1081–1261 (Cambridge, 1995); M. E. Mullett and D. Smythe, eds., Alexios I Komnenos: Papers of the Second Belfast Byzantine International Colloquium, 14–16 April 1989, i: Papers (Belfast, 1996); J. Shepard, ‘Cross-purposes: Alexius Comnenus and the First Crusade’ in J. Phillips, ed., The First Crusade: Origins and Impact (Manchester, 1997), 107–29; V. Tiftixoglu, ‘Gruppenbildungen innerhalb des konstantinopolitanischen Klerus während der Komnenenzeit’, BZ, 62 (1969), 25–72.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
The key primary source is: van Opstall, E. M., ed. and trans., Jean Géomètre. Poèmes en hexamètres et en distiques élégiaques (Leiden, 2008). Important studies include: T. Antonopoulou, ‘On the Reception of Homilies and Hagiography in Byzantium: the Rerefd Metrical Prefaces’ in A. Rhoby and E. Schiffer, eds., Imitatio – Aemulatio – Variatio (Vienna, 2010), 57–78; J. Baun, Tales from Another Byzantium: Celestial Journey and Local Community on the Medieval Greek Apocrypha (Cambridge, 2007); J. Koder, ‘Romanos Melodos’ in C. G. Conticello and V. Conticello, eds., La théologie byzantine et sa tradition, 2 vols. (Turnhout, 2002–15), vol. I, 115–94; C. L. Striker and Y. Doğan Kuban, eds., Kalenderhane in Istanbul: The Buildings (Mainz, 1997). The dossier of the church of the Theotokos ta Kyrou has just been enriched by Georgia Masaouti in her MA thesis at the University of Ioannina (G. Masaouti, ‘Ἀνωνύμου: Λόγος διηγηματικὸς περὶ τῆς ἐν ἀρχῇ παραγωγῆς καὶ οἰκοδομῆς τοῦ πανσέπτου ναοῦ τῆς πανυμνήτου Θεοτόκου τῶν Κύρου (BHG 479i), ἀπὸ τὸ χειρόγραφο, Ἄθως Ἰβήρων 153 (Λάμπρος 4548)’, unpublished MA Thesis, University of Ioannina (2017)). Masaouti presents the first critical edition of an anonymous narrative of the church’s foundation. She dates this text to the late tenth century and places it in the context of the Kyriotai confraternity.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
The main primary source is: Darrouzès, J., ‘Un obituaire chypriote: le Parisinus graecus 1588’, Κυπριακαὶ Σπουδαί, 15 (1951), 2562. Key studies include: O. J. Benedictow, The Black Death, 1346–1353: The Complete History (Woodbridge, 2004); C. N. Constantinides and R. Browning, Dated Greek Manuscripts from Cyprus to the Year 1570 (Washington, D. C., 1993); A. Nicolaou-Konnari and C. Schabel, eds., Cyprus: Society and Culture 1191–1374 (Leiden, 2005); E. Trapp et al., eds., Prosopographisches Lexikon der Palaiologenzeit (1261–1453), 12 vols. (Vienna, 1979–96, 2001).Google Scholar

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