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Religious Texts

from Part II - Contact with a Living Culture

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: Thurn, I., ed., Ioannis Malalae. Chronographia (Berlin, 2000); E. M. Jeffreys, M. J. Jeffreys and R. Scott, eds. and trans., The Chronicle of John Malalas (Melbourne, 1986). Studies include: E. M. Jeffreys, with B. Croke and R. Scott, eds., Studies in John Malalas (Sydney, 1990); M. Meier, C. Radtki and F. Schulz, eds., Die Weltchronik des Johannes Malalas: Autor – Werk – Überlieferung (Stuttgart, 2016).Google Scholar
The key editions are: Grosdidier de Matons, J., ed., Romanos le Mélode. Hymnes, 5 vols. (Paris, 1964–81); P. Maas and C. A. Trypanis, eds., Sancti Romani melodi cantica: Cantica genuina (Oxford, 1963) and Sancti Romani melodi cantica: Cantica dubia (Berlin, 1970). Studies include: G. Richter, Oikonomia: Der Gebrauch des Wortes Oikonomia im Neuen Testament, bei den Kirchenvätern und in der theologischen Literatur bis ins 20. Jahrhundert (Berlin, 2005); J. Koder, ‘Romanos Melodos und sein Publikum: Zur Einbeziehung und Beeinflussung der Zuhörer durch das Kontakion’, AnzWien, 134 (1999), 63–94.Google Scholar
The key texts are: Greenfield, P. H., The Life of Saint Symeon the New Theologian (Cambridge, MA, 2013) and A. Kambylis, ed., Symeon Neos Theologos. Hymnen (Berlin, 1976). Important studies include: C. Barber, ‘Symeon the New Theologian: Seeing Beyond Painting’ in C. Barber, Contesting the Logic of Painting: Art and Understanding in Eleventh-century Byzantium (Leiden, 2007), 23–59 and A. Markopoulos, ed., Τέσσερα κείμενα για την ποίηση του Συμεών του Νέου Θεολόγου (Αthens, 2008).Google Scholar
The main text is: Bucossi, A., ed., Andronici Camateri Sacrum armamentarium: Pars prima (Turnhout, 2014). Introductory scholarship includes: G. Dagron, Emperor and Priest: The Imperial Office in Byzantium (Cambridge, 2003); P. Magdalino, The Empire of Manuel I Komnenos, 1143–1180 (Cambridge, 1993); J. Spiteris, La critica Bizantina del primato romano nel secolo xii (Rome, 1979).Google Scholar
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  • Religious Texts
  • Edited by Teresa Shawcross, Princeton University, New Jersey, Ida Toth, University of Oxford
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