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The Horologion in Constantinople and Peripheries: Palatine, Secular, and Monastic Contexts
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Stig Frøyshov, University of Oslo, Fellow 2015–2016
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Studying Plato at Mystra: New Perspectives on Gemistos Pletho and His School
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Fabio Pagani, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Fellow 2015–2016
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A Historical Biography of Manuel II Palaiologos (1350–1425)
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Siren Çelik, University of Birmingham, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
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Reading the “Life of Olympias”: A Case for Female Deaconesses at Constantinople
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Roberta Franchi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
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Frontier Politics: Veneto-Byzantine Relations, Civic Identity, and Imperial Hegemony, 697–1126
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Phillip Mazero, Saint Louis University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
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Théodora (Sarah Bernhardt) Poignardant Marcellus
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l'Intérieur de la Vieille Basilique, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré
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Million Dollar Staircase, State Capitol, Albany, N. Y.
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God’s Regents on Earth: A Thousand Years of Byzantine Imperial Seals
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For over a thousand years the Byzantine Emperor ruled as God’s regent of earth. The decisions of the individuals who sat on the throne had repercussions throughout the Byzantine world and far beyond. Decrees, letters, judgments, and commands left Constantinople every day signed by the emperor in red ink and secured with the imperial seal. The designs of the imperial seals provide an insight into the minds and policies of the rulers whose image they bore; they tell us not only how they wished to be viewed by the recipients of their letters, but also how they viewed themselves.
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[Tou en hagiois patros hēmōn Theophanous Chronographia] = S.P.N. Theopanis Chronographia Leonis Grammatici Vitae recentiorum impp.
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