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Byzantinoslavica - Revue internationale des Etudes Byzantines


Issue no.1-2 /2008


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TABLE DES MATIÈRES ET RÉSUMÉS DES ARTICLES    
Российское византиноведение в первые послереволюционные десятилетия: Византийская комиссия (1918-1930)    
Рукописное наследие М. Н. Крашенинникова и практика издания византийских текстов в дореволюционной России    
Судебная реформа Мануила II Палеолога. Институт судебных исполнителей (Defensores)    
Archäologe Nikolaj Petrovič Toll und seine Rolle bei den Ausgrabungen in Dura-Europos (Syrien)    
The Good Soldier’s End: From Suicide to Martyrdom    
Relation of Image to its Prototype in Byzantine Iconophile Theology    
The Mission of Kyivan Princess Ol’ga to the King Otto I, in the Context of Rus’ and Germany Foreign Policies    
The mission of Hierotheos: location and significance    
The Unedited Oktoechos Canons for Prophets and Martyrs in the Byzantine and Slavonic Tradition    
Eumathios Philokales as Stratopedarches of Cyprus (ca. 1092)    
The Schism that never was: Old Norse views on Byzantium and Russia    
Translated Title: The Schism that never was: Old Norse views on Byzantium and Russia
Publication: Byzantinoslavica - Revue internationale des Etudes Byzantines (1-2/2008)
Author Name: Jakobsson, Sverrir;
Language: English
Subject: Slavic Studies
Issue: 1-2/2008
Page Range: 173-188
No. of Pages: 16
File size: 93 KB
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Summary: This argue discusses the concept of the great schism and how it was viewedin the Norse-Icelandic cultural zone in medieval times. It is argued that the Icelandic clerical elite, and to some degree its Norwegian counterpart, had little awareness of a great schism and did not look upon christianity as a house divided. On the contrary, Byzantium was generally depicted as one of the great Christian capitals, and there were persistent myths about the roots of Christianity in Scandinavia and Russia being the same.
The Orphanage of Byzantine Constantinople: an archaeological identification    
In the Name of the True Emperor: Politics of Resistance after the Palaiologan Usurpation    
Is there any room on the Bosporus for a Latin lady?    
The role of the megas domestikos in the late Byzantine army (1204-1453    
Georgios Sinaïtes Werke. Synoptische Ausgabe mit beigegebener deutscher Übersetzung (Edition)    
étude critique - Zu der neueren Erforschung der Übersetzungen des slavischen Parömienbuchs (Zur Edition des Belgrades Parömienbuchs)    
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