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Zosimos: Reflections on the Decline of the Roman Empire
Saradi, Helen. • p. 17-38

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The Religion of John Lydos: Antiquarianism and Religious Identity in the Sixth-Century Byzantine Intelligentsia
Theodorakopoulos, Ioannis. • p. 59-80

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From Homologia to Antilogia: Resistance and Propaganda by Byzantine Hagiographers of the Eighth and Ninth Centuries
Koutrakou, Nike. • p. 117-144

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Photios, Patriarch of Constantinople (858-867; 877-886) as an Author
Stankovic, Vlada. • p. 145-158

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Génésios: l'historien insubordonné de la cour de Constantin VII Porphyrogénète
Vlyssidou, Vassiliki N.. • p. 159-178

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Time, Space, and Physical Reality: Byzantine Authors and the Materiality of the Roman Imagined Community
Krallis, Dimitiris. • p. 179-198

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The Poems "To Oneself” of John Mauropous: Traditions and Self-representative Strategies
Bernhard, Floris. • p. 199-222

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Theophylact of Ohrid between the Doukai and the Komnenoi
Todorovic, Darko. • p. 223-252

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Enemies of Empire in the Muses, Nikephoros Bryennios' Material for History, and Anna Komnene's Alexiad
Neville, Leonora Alice. • p. 253-266

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The Imperial Feminine in Niketas Chômâtes' History
Simpson, Alicia. • p. 267-284

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Several Notes on John Phokas' Brief Ekphrasis
Chryssogelos, Konstantinos. • p. 285-304

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The Authorial Self of a Hagiographer through the Lens of his Letters: The Case of Constantine Akropolites
Lukhovisiy, LevZharkaya, Varvara. • p. 325-342

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John VI Kantakouzenos and Money: A Reading
Stathakopoulos, Dionysios. • p. 435-450

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On the Poem by the Hieromonk and Exarch Matthew about the City of Theodoro (Crimea)
Prinzing, Günter. • p. 451-467