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Secular 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 sources are: Reinsch, D. R. and Kambylis, A., eds., Annae Comnenae. Alexias, 2 vols. (Berlin, 2001); P. Gautier, ed. and trans., Nicéphore Bryennios. Histoire. Introduction, texte, traduction et notes (Brussels, 1975); M. Pinder and T. Büttner-Wobst, eds., Ioannis Zonarae Annales et Epitomae historiarum, 3 vols. (Bonn, 1841–97). Study: J. Howard-Johnston, ‘Anna Komnene and the Alexiad’ in M. Mullett and D. Smythe, eds., Alexios I Komnenos – Papers of the Second Belfast Byzantine International Colloquium, 14–16 April 1989 (Belfast, 1996), 260–302.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
The key texts are: Jeffreys, E. M., ed., Digenis Akritis: The Grottaferrata and Escorial Versions (Cambridge, 1998); E. Trapp, ed., Digenes Akrites. Synoptische Ausgabe der ältesten Versionen (Vienna, 1971); P. Chiesa, ed., Liudprandi Cremonensis Antapodosis, Homelia paschalis, Historia Ottonis, Relatio de legatione Constantinopolitana (Turnhout, 1998). For an introduction, see: C. Cupane, and B. Krönung, ʽGeschichten von der Grenzeʼ in F. Daim, ed., Das Goldene Byzanz und der Orient (Schallaburg, 2012), 155–69; C. Jouanno, ‘Shared Spaces: 1 Digenis Akritis, the Two-blood Border Lord’ in C. Cupane and B. Krönung, eds., Fictional Storytelling in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond (Leiden, 2016), 260–84.Google Scholar
The main text is: Nørgaard, L. and Smith, O. L., eds., A Byzantine Iliad: The Text of Par. suppl. gr. 926. Edited with Critical Apparatus, Introduction and Indexes (Copenhagen, 1975). For an introduction, see: R. Beaton, The Medieval Greek Romance, second edition, revised and expanded (London, 1996); E. M. Jeffreys, ‘Byzantine Romances: Eastern or Western?’ in M. Brownlee and D. Gondicas, eds., Renaissance Encounters: Greek East and Latin West (Princeton, NJ, 2013), 221–37; U. Moennig, ‘Έρως, μοίρα, ιστορία, θάνατος. Διαπλεκόμενοι θεματικοί άξονες στη Βυζαντινή Ιλιάδα’ in S. Kaklamanes and M. Paschales, eds., Η πρόσληψη της αρχαιότητας στο Βυζαντινό και νεοελληνικό μυθιστόρημα (Athens, 2005), 73–85 U. Moennig, ‘Biographical Arrangement as a Generic Feature and its Multiple Use in Late Byzantine Narratives: an Exploration of the Field’, Phrasis, 51 (2010), 103–47 and R. Lavagnini, ‘Tales of the Trojan War: Achilles and Paris in Medieval Greek Literature’ in C. Cupane and B. Krönung, eds., Fictional Storytelling in the Medieval Eastern Meditterraean and Beyond (Leiden, 2016), 234–59.Google Scholar

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  • Secular Texts
  • Edited by Teresa Shawcross, Princeton University, New Jersey, Ida Toth, University of Oxford
  • Book: Reading in the Byzantine Empire and Beyond
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  • Book: Reading in the Byzantine Empire and Beyond
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