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Periods and Places, vol. The aim of these changes was to find room for discussion during the sessions themselves. Each session now includes three lectures on a common topic and is moderated by a chairperson whose main task will be to facilitate the discussion among the speakers as well as between them and the public.
The chosen topics were selected as representative of certain subfields of particular interest within the present state of Byzantine studies. The last session is devoted to the future of Byzantine studies, characterized by a new dynamics in terms both of expansion and of the techniques of research.
The present volume contains twenty papers to be given at the plenary sessions, together with the respective introductions and conclusions. In the introduction to each session, the moderators offer their view of the current state of the field, thus providing the necessary scholarly background for the following lectures and the ensuing discussion.
The topics selected belong to different subfields: All the papers in this volume focus on the new developments in the field, the recent discoveries and innovative methodological trends. The hope of the Organizing Committee is that the papers reflect the sum of our present capacity to face the challenge of the new approaches, whether they mainly submit traditional ideas to a searching re-examination or, alternatively, concentrate on the opening of new areas for research.
The official motto of the 23 rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Byzantium a world of changes, acts as a sort of fil rouge to the present volume.
By choosing the old dictum of Maximos Planoudes, we wanted to bring into focus both the ever changing nature of the scholarly inquiry into the Byzantine world and the inexhaustible interest of that world itself.
Ivanov National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow At each of the previous twenty two Congresses, the function of plenary session moderators was quite modest: At this Congress, moderator, that is myself, has been entrusted with making introductory remarks: I m not sure who then is going to watch my own time and therefore I will try to restrain myself and be as succinct as possible.
Ten years ago, speaking at one of the plenary sessions of the London Congress on New Developments in Hagiography, Stephanos Efthymiadis announced the preparation of a twovolume handbook of Byzantine hagiography.
This publication has finally accomplished what Byzantine scholars called for during many years: This makes my task today both easier, as compared to Efthymiadis ten years ago, and more difficult, since I have to add something to what today can be regarded as opinio communis. Let me begin with the desideratum mentioned by Efthymiadis in the same paper of Yet, the digitalization has recently provided many other useful tools: To give yet another example, several collections of Old Russian manuscripts, including many translated Menaeae and Synaxaria, have become easily accessible on the Website of the Holy Trinity Lavra of St.
One may wish that the process of including hagiographic texts into tlg would go faster: Efthymiadis, New Developments in Hagiography: A sub-genre of hagiography which acquired a deserved popularity is the so called spiritually beneficial tales.
Halsall, Women s bodies, men s souls: Sanctity and gender in Byzantium, PhD Diss. Sayings of the Desert Fathers. The Systematic Collection, trans. Detoraki, Chronicon animae utile.
Lukhovitskiy, Nikephoros Gregoras Vita of St. Rewriting techniques and reconstruction of the iconoclast past in a 14 th cent. Pittos, Sacredly praising, sacredly narrating: The hagiological imperative in the thought of St.
Gregory Palamas, PhD Diss. A Cavallero et al. La Vita bizantina del Buddha, ed.
Senina Seria Byzantina, 3St. For comparison, the issue for contained only 29 entries. And here I come to crying lacunae remaining in our field. In Kornelij Kekelidze discovered 17 an Old Georgian version of the continuation of Metaphrastes, carried out in the 11 th century by John Xiphilinos the Younger.
It contains nothing fewer than thirty four vitae whose Greek originals perished! I know this figure only from the archive of the Russian Academician Vasilii Latyshev to whom Kekelidze wrote about his discoveries and sent the incipita of the Lives, in Russian translation. A new updated version of Bibliotheca Hagiographica Orientalis is long overdue, since it s hard for a Byzantinist to follow the new developments in, say, the Arabic or Syriac hagiography.The Editors introduce Issue No.
2 of 'Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures,' offer a general overview of the matter and contents of the contributions, and provide updates on the indexing policies and publication ethics. A Concise History of Hong Kong, , pages, John Mark Carroll, , , Rowman & Littlefield, the relationship between China's modern era and its pastSymeon Metaphrastes Rewriting and Canonization, Christian HГёgel, , History, pages.
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See the most recent bibliography in Symeon (), Prosopographie der Mittelbyzantinischen Zeit regardbouddhiste.com () (where the creation of Symeon s menologion is placed between and , possibly in the earlier part of this time span), and also in C. Høgel, Symeon Metaphrastes: Rewriting and Canonization (Copenhagen ), and Symeon.
Symeon the Metaphrast (also referred to as Simon or Symeon the Logothete, in classicizing usage Symeon Metaphrastes) was the author of the 10 volume medieval Greek menologion, or collection of saint's lives. He lived in . Symeon Metaphrastes: Rewriting and Canonization (Opuscula Graecolatina S.) [Christian Hogel] on regardbouddhiste.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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