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Byzantium and the Slavs
The essays which comprise this book aim to identify and discuss aspects of the Byzantium heritage, whose principal beneficiaries were the Greeks, the Slavs and, most prominently, Russia. These 12Expand
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A Byzantine Grand Embassy to Russia In 1400
AbstractThe Acta Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani, published by Miklosich and Muller, contain a pittakion sent by Matthew I, Patriarch of Constantinople (1397-1410), to his subordinate andExpand
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The heritage of Russian verse
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The Byzantine Commonwealth: Eastern Europe 500-1453
Throughout much of the Middle Ages, the lands of Eastern Europe lay within the orbit of Byzantine political and cultural influence, forming a major preoccupation of the Empire. This is aExpand
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Six Byzantine Portraits
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