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Index of Articles by Subject

Coptica, Georgia, Iberia, Caucasia, Armenia, Hungary, Slavdom


TOUMANOFF, C. “Medieval Georgian Historical Literature (VIth–XVth Centuries).” TR 1 (1943): 139–82.

KAMMERER, W. “A Coptic Bibliography.” TR 2 (1944): 507–12.

TOUMANOFF, C. “The Oldest Manuscript on the Georgian Annals: The Queen Anne Codex (QA), 1479–1495.” TR 5 (1947): 340–44.

TOUMANOFF, C. “The Fifteenth-Century Bagratids and the Institution of Collegial Sovereignty in Georgia.” TR 7 (1949–51): 169–222.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Christian Caucasia between Byzantium and Iran: New Light from Old Sources.” TR 10 (1954): 109–90.

HIGGINS, M. J. “Date of the Martyrdom of Simeon Bar Sabbae.” TR 11 (1955): 1–36.

HALECKI, O. “The Tradition of Medieval Slavdom: Some New Interpretation.” TR 14 (1958): 401–21.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Introduction to Christian Caucasian History.” TR 15 (1959): 1–106 (The Formative Centuries, IV–VIIIth); TR 17 (1961): 1–106 (States and Dynasties of the Formative Period).

DER NERSESSIAN, S. “An Armenian Bibliology.” TR 16 (1960): 419–24.

KOSZTOLNYIK, Z. J. “The Importance of Gerard of Csanád as the First Author in Hungary.” TR 25 (1969): 376–85.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Chronology of the Early Kings of Iberia.” TR 25 (1969): 1–34.

 


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