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Byzantine Defenders of Images
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The holy men and women featured in this volume stood against the Byzantine imperial policy of iconoclasm during the eighth and ninth centuries.
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Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents
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Charlemagne’s Survey of the Holy Land
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The roll of documents preserves the most detailed statistical portrait before the Domesday Book of the finances, monuments, and female and male personnel of any major Christian church.
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Constantine Porphyrogenitus: De Administrando Imperio
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Holy Women of Byzantium
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The careers of these holy women demonstrate some of the divergent paths to sanctification in Byzantium.
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How to Defeat the Saracens
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William of Adam’s plan to retake the Holy Land—one of several produced after the fall of Acre in 1291—reveals his extensive travels in the eastern Mediterranean, Persia, and parts of India.
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Le Martyre de Pionios
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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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Nicholas I, Patriarch of Constantinople
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This volume includes eight patriarchal documents, a sermon on the capture of Thessalonica in 904, extracts from a pamphlet on Leo VI’s fourth marriage, and five hymns.
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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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