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Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500–1250 (review)
Medieval Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500-1250. By Florin Curta. [Cambridge Medieval Textbooks.] (New York: Cambridge University Press. 2006. Pp. xxviii, 496. $90.00 hardback; $34.99Expand
The Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire c.500–1492
General introduction Jonathan Shepard Part I. The Earlier Empire (c.500-c.700): 1. Justinian and his legacy (500-600) Andrew Louth 2. Eastern neighbours: a. Persia and the Sasanian monarchy (224-651)Expand
The Emergence of Rus: 750-1200
Introduction. Part I: Roots and Routes. 1. The Silver Seekers From the North (c. 750-900). 2. Turning South. 3. The Dnieper Rus: Organise or Die. 4. U-Turns and Conversion (c.960-1015). Part II: KievExpand
The Khazars' formal adoption of Judaism and Byzantium's northern policy
Dans le geniza du Caire, on a recemment decouvert un document comprenant une lettre ecrite en hebreu au nom de la communaute de Kiev et datee du debut du Xe siecle. Cette decouverte accroitExpand
Byzantine Diplomacy: Papers from the Twenty-Fourth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Cambridge, March 1990
Part 1 The Byzantine notion of diplomacy: the notion of Byzantine diplomacy, A. Kazhdan. Part 2 Phases of Byzantine diplomacy: Byzantine diplomacy, A.D. 300-800 - means and ends, E. Chrysos ByzantineExpand
The Emergence of Russia 750-1200
The Viking Rus and Byzantium
Courts in East and West