Book Series Studies in Byzantine Epigraphy , vol. 1

Studies in Byzantine Epigraphy 1

Andreas Rhoby, Ida Toth (eds)

  • Pages: 250 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Language(s):English, German
  • Publication Year:2022

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59022-6
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Andreas Rhoby works at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Medieval Research. He is deputy head of the Division of Byzantine Research. In addition, he is Privatdozent at the University of Vienna.

Ida Toth works at Oxford University, where she convenes graduate courses in Medieval Latin, Byzantine Greek, and Byzantine Epigraphy. She is also a supernumerary fellow of Wolfson College (Oxford).


Andreas Rhoby & Ida Toth, Editorial

Arkadiy Avdokhin, Christianization of Greek Honorific Inscriptions in Late Antiquity

Christoph Begass, Der Kaiser als Schutzwall. Epigraphische und topographische Untersuchungen zum Basileios-Epigramm aus Thessaloniki (AP IX 686)

Salvatore Cosentino, Epigraphy and Culture in Byzantine Sardinia (7th-10th c.)

Estelle Ingrand-Varenne, Incorporating the Name in the Image and the Image in the Name. Comparison between Byzantine and Latin Inscriptions

Sophia Kalopissi-Verti, Language and Identity in Medieval Greece: The Epigraphic Evidence

Dimitrios Liakos & Christos Stavrakos, Traditions and Inscriptions: Truth or Lies?

Emmanuel Moutafov, The Testimony of Inscriptions in Their Iconographical and Historical Context in the Church of the Transfiguration at Sotera (Famagusta District, Cyprus)

Giorgos Pallis, Legible and Illegible Inscriptions in Μiddle Byzantine Churches of Greece

Mustafa Sayar, Carrhai und Abraham. Eine neue Bauinschrift aus der Festung von Carrhae mit einem Nachtrag zu einer neugefundenen Amboninschrift

Anna Sitz, An Epigram for the Everyman: Innovative Solutions to the Epigraphic Habit in the Cave Churches of Cappadocia

Andrey Vinogradov, Greek Letters as Scriptura Franca: Writing in Local Languages on the Northern Periphery of Byzantium

Maria Xenaki, Medieval Greek Inscriptions from Cappadocia