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Byzantium: its internal history and relations with the Muslim world: collected studies [by] Speros Vryonis Jr., preface by Milton V. Anastos.

London (21a Pembridge Mews, w11 3EQ): Variorum reprints 1971.
ISBN 0902089161

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
Mullen Library stacks
DF531.V98 B8 Available Request
Subjects Byzantine Empire -- Civilization.
Byzantine Empire -- Relations -- Islamic Empire.
Islamic Empire -- Relations -- Byzantine Empire.
Series Collected studies ; CS7.
Description [280] p. ports. 23 cm.
Notes Facsimile reprint. Includes original pagings.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Hellas resurgent.--Byzantium: The social basis of decline in the eleventh century.--Byzantine HMOKPATIA and the guilds in the eleventh century.--St. Ionnicius the Great (754-848) and the "Slavs" of Bithynia.--The will of a provincial magnate, Eustathius Boilas (1059).--The question of the Byzantine mines.--An attic hoard of Byzantine gold coins (668-741) from the Thomas Whittemore collection and the numismatic evidence for the urban history of Byzantium.--Review article of Travaux et mémoires, ed. P. Lemerle, vol. 1 (Paris 1965).--Byzantium and Islam, seven-seventeenth century.--Byzantine circus factions and Islamic Futuwwa Organisations (Neaniai, Fityan, Ahdath).--The conditions and cultural significance of the Ottoman conquest in the Balkans.--Seljuk Gulams and the Ottoman Devshirmes.--Isidore Glabas and the Turkish Devshirme.--Review article of B. Papoulia, Ursprung und Wesen der "Knabenlese" im osmanischen Reich (Munich, 1963).
Geographic Area Africa, North
Middle East
Mediterranean Sea
Network Numbers (OCoLC)02656732
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