Essays on the Latin Orient
Cambridge University Press, 28.07.2014 - 604 Seiten
This book, originally published in 1921, contains a collection of monographs on the history of the Balkans and Eastern Roman Empire, particularly after the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Miller covers a great deal of often-neglected history from the area, including the Mad Duke of Naxos, Francesco III Crispo, and the 'Byzantine Blue Stocking' Anna Comnena. This ambitious book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Eastern Europe or the history of the Byzantine period.
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