Ewald KISLINGER (Hg.)


Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 66/2016



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Thomas Arentzen, Voices Interwoven: Refrains and Vocal Participation in the Kontakia

Simone Beta, A Challenge to the Reader. The Twelve Byzantine Riddles of Pal. gr. 356

Hylkje De Jong, ‘Graeci Salarium οψωνιον Interpretantur’. Remuneration under Ἐντολή (mandatum) in Byzantine Law

Vera von Falkenhausen, Eudokimos Epigingles, Turmarch und Merarch

Christian Gastgeber, Das „Epiros“-Dossier im Codex Vindobonensis theologicus graecus 276. Patriarch Germanos II. und die Union mit der griechischen Kirche von Epiros (1232/33). Edition und sprachlich-textpragmatische Untersuchung. Mit neun Textabbildungen samt drei Appendices zur nizänischen Synodos endemusa

Dirk Krausmüller, From Individual Almsgiving to Communal Charity: the Impact of the Middle Byzantine Monastic Reform Movement on the Life of Monks

Tomasz Lab uk, Aristophanes in the Service of Niketas Choniates – Gluttony, Drunkenness and Politics in the Χρονικὴ Διήγησις

Francesca Marchetti, La trasmissione delle illustrazioni del Dioscoride di Vienna negli anni intorno alla caduta di Costantinopoli (Cod. Banks Coll. Dio. 1, Natural History Museum, Londra; Ee. V. 7, Cambridge University Library, Cambridge; e C 102 sup., Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano)

Oscar Prieto Dominguez, Saint Iakobos the Confessor, the Baptiser of the Patriarch Photios .

Dean Sakel, The Παλαιά τε καὶ Νέα Διαθήκη of Ioannikios Kartanos and the Chronicle of 1570

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Ewald KISLINGER (Hg.)


Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 66/2016



ISSN 0378-8660
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ISSN 1810-536X
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ISBN 978-3-7001-8125-5
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ISBN 978-3-7001-8148-4
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Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 66 
2017,  XI + 238 Seiten Text, 29,7x21cm, broschiert
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Codex Vindobonensis theologicus graecus 276 contains a small corpus of three documents dealing with the union of the Western („Epirotic”) and Eastern („Nicaean”) Greek churches. One document, a letter from the Despotes Manuel (Comnenus) Ducas to the Ecumenical Patriarch Germanus II, has recently been published in a critical edition, the two others (the response of Patriarch Germanus II and a synod decision about the mission of a patriarchal exarch executing the union on behalf of the latter) lacked a critical edition or were even partially unpublished. A critical edition (with translation) of these two documents supplements the study which analyzes diplomatic, rhetoric and text pragmatic (historical sociolinguistic) aspects. It is emphasized that these outstanding rhetoric products have to be understood set against a scholastic-rhetorical competition of urbanity (Constantinople or Nicaea, respectively) and provincialism (of the Epirote Empire). After the defeat of the former Epirote Emperor Theodorus Angelus at Klokotnica 1230), his successor Manuel appears to have been forced to change his policy by accepting his degradation – at least for a short time when he had to be content with the title of a despotes. However, his ultimate approval and support of the union of the Greek churches seems to have contributed to an even higher rank than a usual despotes. This can be seen from a letter written by the patriarchal exarch. The synod decision starts with a protocol that lists the participating archpriests. It is one of the rare documents from the Nicaean period which allows reconstruction of the composition of its synodos endemusa. Such initial lists of participants in synod sessions reveal which archpriests took part (were invited, were present, were sent) in Nicaea and supported the patriarch. Three appendices to this study point out the local restriction of participants (with a focus on the period of Patriarch Germanus II) and a quite Asian dominated composition. The archpriests of the Eastern European sees are virtually missing.

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Artikel:

Thomas Arentzen, Voices Interwoven: Refrains and Vocal Participation in the Kontakia

Simone Beta, A Challenge to the Reader. The Twelve Byzantine Riddles of Pal. gr. 356

Hylkje De Jong, ‘Graeci Salarium οψωνιον Interpretantur’. Remuneration under Ἐντολή (mandatum) in Byzantine Law

Vera von Falkenhausen, Eudokimos Epigingles, Turmarch und Merarch

Christian Gastgeber, Das „Epiros“-Dossier im Codex Vindobonensis theologicus graecus 276. Patriarch Germanos II. und die Union mit der griechischen Kirche von Epiros (1232/33). Edition und sprachlich-textpragmatische Untersuchung. Mit neun Textabbildungen samt drei Appendices zur nizänischen Synodos endemusa

Dirk Krausmüller, From Individual Almsgiving to Communal Charity: the Impact of the Middle Byzantine Monastic Reform Movement on the Life of Monks

Tomasz Lab uk, Aristophanes in the Service of Niketas Choniates – Gluttony, Drunkenness and Politics in the Χρονικὴ Διήγησις

Francesca Marchetti, La trasmissione delle illustrazioni del Dioscoride di Vienna negli anni intorno alla caduta di Costantinopoli (Cod. Banks Coll. Dio. 1, Natural History Museum, Londra; Ee. V. 7, Cambridge University Library, Cambridge; e C 102 sup., Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano)

Oscar Prieto Dominguez, Saint Iakobos the Confessor, the Baptiser of the Patriarch Photios .

Dean Sakel, The Παλαιά τε καὶ Νέα Διαθήκη of Ioannikios Kartanos and the Chronicle of 1570



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Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
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