A prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito

by Giovanni Ruffini

Publisher: American Society of Papyrologists in Durham, N.C

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Prosopography,
  • Dictionaries,
  • Biography,
  • History

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Giovanni Roberto Ruffini
SeriesAmerican studies in papyrology -- v. 50
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT73.A75 R85 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25076770M
ISBN 100979975824
ISBN 109780979975820
LC Control Number2011000713

Prosopography and Society in Byzantine Italy (6th-8th Centuries) Salvatore Cosentino. PDF. Swearing False Oaths: The Identity of "Aglibert" in the Chronicle of Fredegar Continuation 3 Commercial Book Producers in Medieval Paris, by Richard H. Rouse and Mary A. Rouse.   Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire (usually abbreviated as PLRE) is a set of three volumes that describes prominent individuals who lived from AD to AD, whose careers, writings and relations had influence over the outcome of recognizable historical events. Doukas 2. seals Promoting the study of medieval genealogy and prosopography. Library Database - Oxford Library - Books - The Doukai. A Contribution to Byzantine Prosopography - Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. Inscriptions in the Byzantine and Post-Byzantine History and History of Art edited by Christos Stavrakos at This volume contains the papers of the International Symposium about Byzantine and post-Byzantine epigraphy which took place at the University of Ioannina (Greece) in June This was the most important event in Byzantine epigraphy for the year

Other articles where Dioscorus of Aphrodito is discussed: calligraphy: Byzantine period: in an acrostic poem by Dioscorus of Aphrodito; it bears a clear relationship to the Menander Dyskolos hand, which was probably written in the later 3rd century ce. Similar pairs could be found to illustrate the continuity in transformation of the biblical uncial and Coptic styles. Get this from a library! The prosopography of Byzantine Lesbos, A.D.: a contribution to the social history of the Byzantine province. [Anthony Kaldellis; Stephanos Efthymiadis]. Cameron was an active partner in the earliest of King’s College London (KCL) structured data prosopographies: the Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire, but her book draws on the tradition of prosopography that predates the digital world and started with Theodor Mommsen in the 19 th century. A great deal of useful insight into the issues that. EuroDocs > History of Armenia: Primary Documents > Byzantine, Sasanian, and Seljuk-Turkish Rule Eznik of Kołb "One of the pupils and collaborators of Sahak and Mesrob wrote c. four books Against the False Doctrines (against the pagans, Persians, Greek philosophers and Marcionites).

During his year at ISAW he will be revising his dissertation, Social Networks in Byzantine Egypt (forthcoming, Cambridge University Press), and preparing a prosopography of the Byzantine village of Aphrodito. Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit, 1 (). Ralph-Johannes Lilie Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire, 1 (). John Robert Martindale. Product Information. The Encyclopaedic Prosopographical Lexicon of Byzantine History and Civilization (EPLBHC) is a multivolume encyclopaedic lexicon aiming to cover the whole of Byzantine prosopography for the period c. to c. CE by an estimated entries on the chief personalities, families and dynasties that gave the Byzantine Empire its profile. Background and legal standing. After the decline of the Greek-speaking Hellenistic Judaism in ancient times, the use of the Greek language and the integration of the Greek culture into Judaism continued to be an integral part of the life in Jewish communities in the Byzantine Empire. The legal standing of the Jews of the Byzantine Empire was unique during the entire history of the Empire; they.

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This volume, which replaces Girgis's outdated prosopography fromis an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era papyri from the middle Egyptian village of Aphrodito. Its papyri make Aphrodito the best attested village for this time period with implications for the study of rural life throughout Late by: 3.

This volume, which replaces Girgis's outdated prosopography fromis an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era papyri from the middle Egyptian village of Aphrodito. Its papyri make Aphrodito the best attested village for this time period with implications for the study of rural life throughout Late : Giovanni Ruffini.

A prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito / by Giovanni Roberto Ruffini. Author. Ruffini, Giovanni, Published. Durham, N.C.: American Society of Papyrologists, c Content Types. text Carrier Types. volume Physical Description. xiii, p.

; 29 cm. Series. A prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito book studies in papyrology ; v. 50; Subjects. Names, Personal -- Egypt. Manuscripts (Papyri). The Doukai: A Contribution to Byzantine Prosopography, Issue 22 Volume 22 of Monographs - Institute of United States Studies; 2 The Doukai: A Contribution to Byzantine Prosopography, Demetrios I.

Polemis Volume 22 of University London: University of London historical studies Issue 22 of University of London historical studies, ISSN ISBN: Introduction.

This site, the PBE I Online edition, presents the research output of the Prosopography of the Byzantine Empireproject, (PBE I) which was carried out primarily at King's College London from the to It covered a period when the administrative structure and governing elite of Byzantium were undergoing crucial changes, and when the.

Prosopography of the Byzantine World. List Frame. Please choose a factoid type (in the banner) and a name (in the frame to the left of this one). Corresponding data will appear in this frame. You can show or hide this area at any time using the 'Refine' Tab to the right.

Toggle Tools Pallet Frame. Occasional Publications UPR, - Prosopography - pages 0 Reviews This collection of 29 essays, ranging from ancient to modern history and including Arabic-Islamic prosopography, covers all aspects of prosopography as currently practised.

Flavius Dioscorus lived during the 6th century A.D. in the village of Aphrodito, Egypt, and therefore is called by modern scholars Dioscorus of Aphrodito.

Although he was an Egyptian, he composed poetry in Greek, the cultural language of the Byzantine Era. The manuscripts, which contain his corrections and revisions, were discovered on papyrus inand are now held in museums and libraries around.

British Academy. DOI/bacad/ This chapter reflects on the contribution of prosopography to Byzantine studies during the second half of the twentieth century. To get it right, the set of identities has to be comprehensive, each identity has to be complete and correct, and its points of contact with other identities have to be clearly visible.

The Prosopography of the Byzantine World | Institute of Classical Studies The Prosopography of the Byzantine World This project is organised by a National Management Committee, based at the School of Advanced Study.

The latest edition of the PBW can be found at For certain periods of the middle Byzantine era, seals, especially lead seals (molybdoboulla), played much the same role as do inscriptions for the Roman epoch.

This chapter begins by stressing the impressive size of the epigraphic material. The number and importance vary through the centuries, but even from the most casual glance, one gets the impression that in two respects, both important. This book is the first comprehensive prosopography of a provincial region of the Byzantine empire throughout the entire period of its control by the Byzantine state ().

It includes not only natives of the island but also all known visitors; primary texts are. The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (PASE) is a database which aims to provide structured information relating to all the recorded inhabitants of England from the late sixth to the late eleventh century.

Domesday Book and coins; and is intended to serve as a research tool suitable for a wide range of users with an interest in this. The Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit Online/Prosopography of the Middle Byzantine Period Online (PMBZ Online) is a comprehensive biographical dictionary for the Byzantine Empire in the early Medieval Period ( AD) documenting more t Online is based on the print edition of the Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit which appeared in two parts This volume, which replaces Girgis' outdated prosopography fromis an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era papyri from the middle Egyptian village of Aphrodito.

Its papyri make Aphrodito the best attested village for this time period with implications for the study of rural life throughout Late Antiquity.

The Prosopography of Byzantine Lesbos, A.D. Posted on by tyhuh / 0 Comment The Prosopography of Byzantine Lesbos, A. Cf. the lists at J. Martindale, The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire (Cambridge ), vol.

3, p. ; Fournet; G. Ruffini, A Prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito (Durham. Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire (usually abbreviated as PLRE) is a set of three volumes collectively describing many of the people attested or claimed to have lived in the Roman world from ADthe date of the beginning of Gallienus' sole rule, tothe date of the death of Heraclius, which is commonly held to mark the end of Late Antiquity.

Byzantine Egypt produced social networks of differing shape and size. This book’s final purpose is to propose a third way, an alternative to both Chapter 4 is based strictly on network analysis of the prosopography of the Aphrodito papyri published by V. Girgis in Analysis of this. Lawrence Stone defines prosopography as the investigation of the common background characteristics of a group of actors in history through a collective study of their lives.

Prosopography creates lists of biographical notes, covering both the political elite and. (For more about Islamic books as sources of prosopography, see the notes of my workshop presentation.) For the PROSOP workshop Will had brought together scholars with very different approaches to prosopography and a wide range of experiences with computer based research and the Digital Humanities.

Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire (abbreviated as PLRE) is a set of three volumes collectively describing many of the people attested to have lived in the Roman Empire from ADthe date of the beginning of Gallienus' sole rule, tothe date of the death of s cited include histories, literary texts, inscriptions, and miscellaneous written sources.

This book is the first comprehensive prosopography of a provincial region of the Byzantine empire throughout the entire period of its control by the Byzantine state (). It includes not only natives of the island but also all known visitors; primary texts are quoted in full after each entry.

The entries set in alphabetical order are Author: Stephanos Efthymiadis, Anthony Kaldellis. Prosopography of the Byzantine World. Description. Database of biographical evidence covering the years Print or download entire electronic books or entire issues of journals.

Distribute copies of any portions of this resource to anyone not affiliated with Princeton University. Sharing information with colleagues for. This volume, which replaces Girgis's outdated prosopography fromis an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era. A Prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito (American Society of Papyrologists, ) Rutledge, S., Imperial Inquisitions: Prosecutors and Informants from Tiberius to.

This book presents the first interdisciplinary discussion by leading international historians of the important methodological tool known as prosopography - the collection of all known information about individuals within a given period. With the advent of computer technology it is now possible to gather and store such information in increasingly sophisticated and searchable databases, which.

The Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire is designed to record, eventually in a computerised relational database, all surviving information about every individual mentioned in Byzantine textual sources, together with as many as possible of the individuals recorded in seal sources, during the period from toand every individual mentioned in non-Byzantine sources during the same.

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Paper; ; Available; ; Add to Cart. $ U.S. nothing. nothing. The Encyclopaedic Prosopographical Lexicon of Byzantine History and Civilization (EPLBHC) is a multivolume encyclopaedic lexicon aiming to cover the whole of Byzantine prosopography for the period c.

to c. CE by an estimated entries on the chief personalities, families and dynasties that gave the Byzantine Empire its profile. Preliminary results from a forthcoming Aphrodito prosopography allow scholars to broaden their understanding of the history and social dynamics of that Byzantine village.

Of particular interest are the families who achieved prominence in Aphrodito in the late fifth and early sixth centuries, before the rise of Dioskoros and his family. Close attention to their careers will enhance our.Eleonora Kountoura-Galake Et Al., Asia Minor and Its Themes: Studies on the Geography and Prosopography of the Byzantine Themes of Asia Minor (7th–Llth Century).

In Greek.(Research Series, 1.) Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation, Institute for Byzantine Research, Pp. Distributed by ESTIA, Solo 72 Athens, Greece.This volume, which replaces Girgis's outdated prosopography fromis an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era papyri from the middle Egyptian village of Aphrodito.