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The Correspondence of Leo, Metropolitan of Synada and Syncellus
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In addition to their historical value, the letters of Leo of Synada also provide useful and at times highly entertaining insights into the personalities and institutions of Byzantium in the late tenth century.
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Letters of Gregory Akindynos
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Gregory Akindynos’s correspondence is an indispensable source for the study the hesychast controversy, a dispute that had major importance for the subsequent development of Eastern Orthodox theology.
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The Letters of Manuel II Palaeologus
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The correspondence of Manuel II provides new insights into his reign and enable us to understand better the emperor himself, his friends, and the times in which they lived.
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The Correspondence of Athanasius I, Patriarch of Constantinople
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The letters of Patriarch Athanasius I shed light on the events of his two patriarchates at the turn of the thirteenth century and provide glimpses of daily life in Byzantium.
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Nicholas I, Patriarch of Constantinople
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Patriarch Nicholas I was a major influence in Byzantine domestic and foreign affairs in the tenth century. His correspondence with his clergy and foreign courts is a historical source of the first importance.
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The Letters of Franz Liszt to Olga von Meyendorff 1871–1886
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