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Index of Articles by Subject

Byzantine History, Literature And Thought


HIGGINS, M. J. “Observance of the Purification in the East in the Seventh Century.” TR 1 (1943): 409–10.

WOLFF, R. L. “The Latin Empire of Constantinople and the Franciscans.” TR 2 (1944): 213–38.

BERGER, A. “Tipoukeitos: The Origin of a Name. A Contribution to the History of Byzantine Legal Science.” TR 3 (1945): 394–402.

SEGRE, A. “Studies in Byzantine Economy: Iugatio and Capitatio.” TR 3 (1945): 101–28.

VASILIEV, A. “Life of David of Thessalonica.” TR 4 (1946): 115–48.

HONIGMANN, E. “The Patriarchate of Antioch: A Revision of Le Quien and the Notitia Antiochena.” TR 5 (1947): 135–62.

SEGRE, A. “The Byzantine Colonate.” TR 5 (1947): 103–34.

VASILIEV, A. “The ‘Life’ of St. Peter of Argos and Its Historical Significance.” TR 5 (1947): 163–92.

WOLFF, R. L. “Footnote to an Incident of the Latin Occupation of Constantinople: The Church and the Icon of the Hodegetria.” TR 6 (1948): 319–27.

WOLFF, R. L.  “The Organization of the Latin Patriarchate of Constantinople, 1204–1261: Social and Administrative Consequences of the Latin Conquest.” TR 6 (1948): 33–60.

MERCATI, G. C. “Un eucologio Ciprio che si cervaca.” TR 7 (1949–51): 223–32.

STEIN, E. “Introduction à l’histoire et aux institutions byzantines.” TR 7 (1949–51): 95–168.

HIGGINS, M. J. “Chronology of the Fourth-Century Metropolitans of Seleucia-Ctesiphon.” TR 9 (1953): 45–100.

GEANAKOPLOS, D. J. “The Nicene Revolution of 1258 and the Usurpation of Michael VIII Palaeologos.” TR 9 (1953): 420–29.

STRITTMATTER, A. “Notes on the Byzantine Synapte.” TR 10 (1954): 51–108.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Caucasia and Byzantine Studies.” TR 12 (1956): 409–25.

GOFFART, W. “Byzantine Policy in the West under Tiberius II and Maurice: The Pretenders Hermenegild and Gundovald.” TR 13 (1957): 73–118.

BOLTON, W. F. “Parable, Allegory and Romance in the Legend of Barlaam and Josaphat.” TR 14 (1958): 359–66.

VON IVANKA, E. “Das ‘Corpus areopagiticum’ bei Gerhard von Csanád (+ 1046).” TR 15 (1959): 205–22.

SCHORK, R. J. “The Medical Motif in the Kontakia of Romanos the Melodist.” TR 16 (1960): 353–63.

DENNIS, G. T. “The Correspondance of Rodolfo de Sanctis, Canon of Patras, 1386.” TR 17 (1961): 285–322.

KAEGI, W. E. “Arianism and the Byzantine Army in Africa, 533–546.” TR 21 (1965): 23–54.

WALLACH, L. “The Greek and Latin Versions of II Nicaea and the Synodica of Hadrian I (JE 2448).” TR 22 (1966): 103–26.

KARLIN-HAYTER, P. “‘When Military Affairs were in Leo’s Hands’: A Note on Byzantine Foreign Policy, (886–912).” TR 23 (1967): 15–40.

TOPPING, E. C. “A Byzantine Song for Simeon: The Fourth Kontakion of St. Romanos.” TR 24 (1968): 409–19.

BRAND, C. M. “Two Byzantine Treatises on Taxation.” TR 25 (1969): 35–60.

PAPADAKIS, A. “The Unpublished Life of Euthymius of Sardis: Bodl. Laud. Gr. 69.” TR 26 (1970): 63–90.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Caucasia and Byzantium.” TR 27 (1971): 111–58.

SHEPARD, J. “The English and Byzantium: A Study of Their Role in the Byzantine Army in the Later Eleventh Century.” TR 29 (1973): 53–92.

RAPP, C. “Ritual Brotherhood in Byzantium.” TR 52 (1997): 285–326.

PONTANI, F. “The World on a Fingernail: An Unknown Byzantine Map, Planudes, and Ptolemy.” TR 65 (2010): 177–200.


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