2014) "Dios, Logos y Fuego en Heraclito", en Byzantion
Nea Hellas, 33, 2014.
75) Stephen Gero, 'Notes on Byzantine Iconoclasm in the Eighth Century', Byzantion
44, 1-2 (1974): 23-42, 34-5.
1996) Istanbul an urban history: Byzantion
, Constantinopolis, Istanbul, The Economic and Social History Foundation of Turkey, Istanbul.
Cartledge has chosen eleven cities grouped in periods: Cnossos and Mycenae (prehistory); Argos, Miletus, Massalia and Sparta (early history to 500 BC); Athens, Syracuse and Thebes (500-330 BC); Alexandria (Hellenistic) and Byzantion
On imperial bride-shows in Byzantine history and literature, see Warren Treadgold, "The Bride-shows of the Byzantine Emperors," Byzantion
49 (1979): 395-413, who also mentions Esther 2 as the inspiration behind Byzantine bride shows (398); Lennart Ryden, "The Bride-shows at the Byzantine Court--History or Fiction?
lt;<Themistius' concept of Philanthropia>>, Byzantion
45 (1975) 22-40.
Also see Eric Voegelin, "The Mongol Orders of Submission to European Powers, 1245-1255," Byzantion
15, 1940-41, 378-413; Jean Richard, "Ultimatums Mongols et letters aprocryphes: l'Occident et les motifs de guerre des Tartares," Central Asiatic Journal 17, 1973, 212-22; Ruotsala, Europeans, 100, 107-9.
How little, ancient Byzantion
became Constantine's capital, how next that capital engendered the great Byzantine Christian culture up to the conquest of Mehmed II, who then turned it into a cosmopolitan centre where Orthodox Greeks of Phanarion coexisted alongside their new Ottoman rulers and the Armenians--all of this is the subject of an exhibition that is first and foremost a narrative of complex and entrenched history.
7) Voir nos articles <<Julien l'Apostat contre les Parthes : un guerrier impie>>, Byzantion
61, 1991, 458-495; <<Le poete Claudien connaissait-il le mytheme du guerrier impie>>, OHodagos 2, 1991, 284-292; <<L.
lt;<La relation russe de la quatrieme croisade>>, en: Byzantion
, LVIII, 1988, 1.
306-37) on the site of an older city called Byzantion
to provide a seat of government for the eastern half of his empire.
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