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Kyivan Rus’ in Dumbarton Oaks Papers

Publishing scholarship on Kyivan Rus’

For centuries, the peoples of Kyivan Rus and Byzantium were in constant, close contact with one another. It comes as no surprise, then, that numerous articles on this relationship have been published in Dumbarton Oaks Papers, a leading journal in the field of Byzantine Studies. Here is a selection of some such articles published by luminaries of the field. Each title is a link to the article in JSTOR.

Byzantine Political Ideas in Kievan Russia
Francis Dvornik
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 9/10 (1956): 73–121

Byzantium, Kiev and Moscow: A Study in Ecclesiastical Relations
Dimitri Obolensky
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 11 (1957): 21–78

The Political Background to the Baptism of Rus': Byzantine-Russian Relations between 986–89
Andrzej Poppe
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 30 (1976): 195–244

A Philorhomaios Anthropos: Metropolitan Cyprian of Kiev and All Russia (1375–1406)
Dimitri Obolensky
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 32 (1978): 77–98

Greek in Kievan Rus'
Simon Franklin
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 46 (1992): 69–81

Once Again Concerning the Baptism of Olga, Archontissa of Rus'
Andrzej Poppe
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 46 (1992): 271–77