Slike stranica
PDF
ePub

Brightman, F. Byzantine Imperial Coronations. Journal of Theological

Studies, vii. 1901.
Brooks, E. W. Arabic lists of the Byzantine Themes. J.H.S. xxi.

67 sqq., 1901.
Bury, J. B. The Constitution of the Later Roman Empire (Creighton

Memorial Lecture). Cambridge, 1910.
The Imperial administrative system in the ninth century, with a

revised text of the Klêtorologion of Philotheos. (Proceedings of

the British Academy. Supplementary Papers i.) London, 1910. The Naval Policy of the Roman Empire in relation to the Western

Provinces from the 7th to the 9th century. Centenario della

nascita di Michele Amari, vol. ii. 21 sqq. Palermo, 1910. Gelzer, H. Die Genesis der byzantinischen Themenverfassung. Abhand

lungen der kön. sächsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, phil.

hist. Cl., xviii., 1899.
Das Verhältnis von Staat und Kirche in Byzanz. Historische
Zeitschrift, N.F., 1. p. 193 sqq., 1901.

1
Kalligas, P. Meletai kai Móyou. Athens, 1882.

Μελέται και λόγοι.
Mayer, E. Die dalmatisch-istrische Municipalverfassung im Mittelalter

und ihre römischen Grundlagen. Zeitschrift der Savigny-
Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte (germ. Abteilung) xxiv. 211 sqq.

1903. Monnier, H. Études de droit byzantin. Nouvelle Revue historique de

droit français et étranger, xvi. 125 sqq., 330 sqq., 497 sqq., 637

sqq. (1892), xviii. 433 sqq. (1894), xix. 59 sqq. (1895). Neumann, C. Die byzantinische Marine. Historische Zeitschrift, N.F.,

liv. 1 sqq., 1898.
Sickel, W. Das byzantinische Krönungsrecht bis zum 10. Jahrhundert.

B.Z. vi., 1897.
Zachariä von Lingenthal, K. E. Geschichte des griechisch-römischen
Rechts. Ed. 3, Berlin, 1892.

3,
Zur Kenntnis des römischen Steuerwesens in der Kaiserzeit.

Mémoires de l'Académie imp. des Sciences de S. Pétersbourg, viie sér., vi. 9, 1863.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

8. GEOGRAPHY

Anderson, J. G. C. The Road-System of Eastern Asia Minor with the

evidence of Byzantine Campaigns (with map). J.H.S. xvii. 22 sqq.,

1897.

See below : Studia Pontica.
Cumont, F. See below : Studia Pontica.
Jireček, C. J. Die Heerstrasse von Belgrad nach Constantinopel und die

Balkanpässe. Prague, 1877.

Das Fürstentum Bulgarien. Vienna, 1891.
Kanitz, F. Donau-Bulgarien und der Balkan. 3 vols., 2nd ed. (esp. vol.

iii.), Leipzig, 1880.
Le Strange, G. Baghdad during the Abbasid Caliphate. Oxford, 1900.

The Lands of the Eastern Caliphate. London, 1905.

- Ramsay, Asia Minor.—Ramsay, W. M. The Historical Geography of

Asia Minor. (Royal Geographical Society, Supplementary

Papers, vol. iv.) London, 1890. Ramsay, W. M.

Cilicia, Tarsus, and the Great Taurus Pass. Geographical Journal, xxii. 4, p. 357 sqq. Oct. 1903. Lycaonia. Jahreshefte des österreichischen archäologischen Institutes,

vii. p. 60 sqq., 1904. Studia Pontica. I. A Journey of Exploration in Pontus. By J. G. C.

Anderson. Brussels, 1903. II. Voyage d'exploration archéologique dans le Pont et la petite Arménie. By F. Cumont and E. Cumont. Brussels, 1906. III. Recueil des inscriptions grecques et latines du Pont et de l'Arménie. By J. G. C. A.,

F. C., and H. Grégoire. Brussels, 1910.
Tomaschek, W. Zur Kunde der Hämushalbinsel. SB. of Imperial

Academy, Vienna, cxiii. 285 sqq., 1886.
Zur historischen Topographie von Kleinasien. SB. of Imp. Acad.,

Vienna, cxxiv. Abh. viii., 1891.

8a. MAPS

Anderson, J. G. C. Asia Minor (in Murray's series of Handy Classical

Maps). 1903. Auber, Major R. Empire ottoman : carte statistique des cultes chrétiens.

(In 4 sheets.) Cairo, 1910. Kiepert, H. Formae orbis antiqui. Berlin, 1894, etc. (ix. Asia

Provincia. xvii. Illyricum et Thracia.) Πίναξ του μεσαιωνικού Ελληνισμού κατά την δεκάτην εκατονταετηρίδα,

published by the Athenian Σύλλογος προς διάδοσιν των Ελληνικών

ypappátwv. (6 sheets.) Berlin, 1883. Poole, R. L. Historical Atlas of Modern Europe. 1902. Spruner-Menke. Handatlas. Ed, 3, Gotha, 1880.

9. TOPOGRAPHY OF CONSTANTINOPLE AND ADJACENT REGIONS

Bieliaev, D. Th. Byzantina : ocherki materialy i zamietki po vizan

tiiskim drevnostiam, vols. i.-iii. Petersburg, 1891, 1893, 1908. Bury, J. B. The Great Palace. B.Z. xx. 1911. Dethier, P. A. Der Bosphor und Constantinopel. Ed. 2, Vienna,

1876. Du Cange. Constantinopolis Christiana (= Historia Byzantina duplici

commentario illustrata, ii.). Venice, 1729. Ebersolt, J. Le Grand Palais de Constantinople et le livre des céré

monies. Paris, 1910. Hammer, J. von. Constantinopolis und der Bosporos. 2 vols., Pest,

1822. Labarte, J. Le Palais impérial à Constantinople. Paris, 1881. Millingen, A. van. Constantinople : the walls of the city and adjoining

historical sites. London, 1899.

Mordtmann. Esquisse topographique de Constantinople. (With Plan.)

Lille, 1892.
Oberhummer, E. Constantinopolis. Abriss der Topographie und

Geschichte. Stuttgart, 1899.
Pargoire, J. À propos de Boradion. B.Z. xii. 449 899., 1903.

Hiéria. Izv. Kpl. iv. 2, 9 sqq., 1899.
Les Monastères de Saint Ignace et les cinq plus petits îlots de

l'archipel des Princes. Izv. Kpl. vii. 56 sqq., 1902.
Les SS. Mamas de Constantinople. Izv. Kpl. ix. 261 sqq., 1904.

Rufinianes. B.Z. viîi., 429 sqq., 1899. Paspates, A. G. Βυζαντιναι μελέται τοπογραφικαί και ιστορικαί.

Constantinople, 1877. Schlumberger, G. L'Île des Princes. Paris, 1884. Stolpe, C. Text zum Plan von Constantinopel mit seinen Vorstädten.

(With Plan.) Berlin, 1866.

10. CHRONOLOGY AND GENEALOGY

Andreev, J. Konstantinopolskie Patriarkhi, vol. i. Sergiev Posad,

1895. Bury, J. B.

The Chronological Cycle of the Bulgarians. B.Z. xix. 127 sqq., 1910. Du Cange.

Familiae Byzantinae (= Historia Byzantina duplici com

mentario illustrata, i.). Venice, 1729. Krug, Ph.

Kritischer Versuch zur Aufklärung der byzantinischen Chronologie. Petersburg, 1810. Lane-Poole, S. The Mohammadan Dynasties. London, 1894. Mas-Latrie, Comte de. Trésor de chronologie, d'histoire et de géographie.

Paris, 1889. Muralt, E. de. Essai de chronographie byzantine (de 395 à 1057).

Petersburg, 1855.

A

INDEX

Alexios Musele, Caesar, 126(and Appendix

VI.), 128, 305
Ali ibn Yahya, 282, 284
Ali

ena, 306
Allèlengyon, 214
Almus (Salmutzes), 426
Altino, 321
Amalfi, 310, 311, 313, 314
Amantea, 309
Amara, 248, 278
Amasea, 282
Amastris, 253, 417, 418, 421
Amida, 279
Amin, Caliph, 251
Amisus, 283
Amorion, heretics at, 78; Mamun in-

tends to attack, 256; besieged and
destroyed by Mutasim, 262 sqq. ;
length of siege, 267; martyrs of,

271 sq.

I. ENGLISH

Abasgia, 89, 261, 274, 403
Abbas, son of Mamun, 258, 473, 474
Abbas, nephew of Mamun, 273
Abdallah ibn thir, 288
Abd ar-Rahman II., Emir of Cordova,

273
Aboba, plain of, 332 (see Pliska)
Abodrites, 364
Abu Dinar, 274
Abu Fihr, 305
Abu Hafs, 288 sqq.
Abu 'l-Abbas, Aghlabid Emir, 295
Abu 'l-Aghlab Ibrahim, 305, 307
Abu 'l-Aghlab al-Abbas, 306 sqq.
Abu Said, 273
Abydos, taken by Thomas, 90 ; tollhouse

at, 213, 217
Acheiropoiếtos, 141
Acrae, 299
Acrostic, 165
Acta Davidis, Simeonis, Georgii, 84
Acta 42 Mart. Amor., 271
Adana, 245
Adata, 244, 273 (see Hadath)
Aegina, 290
Aemilian, bishop of Cyzicus, 65, 75
Aetius, eunuch, minister of Irene, 2, 5,

7, 320
Aetius, patrician, 345
Aetius, stratêgos of Anatolics, 263, 267

$99., 272

Africa, 295 sqq.
Afshin, Saracen general, 263 sqq.
Aghlabid dynasty, 244, 295
Agnellus Parteciacus, 325, 327
Agrigentum, 302, 303
Akatzirs, 410
Akilisene, 176
Akritas, promontory, 116
Alans, 89, 408 sq., 415
Albiola, 324
Alcuin, 318
Alexander, Emperor, 444
Alexandria, 288, 292, 327; Patriarch

of, 74

Anastasia, daughter of Theophilus, 465
Anastasius I., Emperor, ecclesiastical

capitulations, 39
Anastasius, adopted son of Thomas, 92,

95, 103, 107
Anastasius, bibliothecarius, 396, 400 sq.,

Appendix XI.
Anava, lake, 72
Anazarbos, 244, 250, 276
Anbar, 239
Anbas, 292
Anchialus, 345, 347, 361
Ancona, 313
Ancyra, attacked and taken by Saracens,

263 sqq. ; walls of, 266
Andrew, St., 377
Andrew, St, island, 116, 140
Andrew, Duke of Naples, 312
Angilbert, 318
Ankl, 260
Anna, daughter of Theophilus, 465
Anthypatos (order of rank), 126, 261
Antigoni, island, 41, 140
Antigonus, son of Bardas, 161, 167, 171,

284

[merged small][ocr errors]

see

Antigûs, fort, 473
Antioch, 88, 274
Antonius, monk, consulted-by Leo V., 59
Antonius Kassymatas, bishop of Syllaion

(Patriarch), helps to prepare case
for iconoclasm, 61 sq. ; Patriarch,

81, 115, 134
Anzên, 265, 282
Apamea, 138
Aphusia, island (Arablar), 41, 136, 139
Aplakes, see John A.
Apollonia, Lake of, 72
Apollonia (in Thrace), 361
Apollonius of Perge, 438
Apollonius of Tyana, enchanter of

statues, 444
Apros, 356
Apulia, 309, 315
Aquileia, 322
Arabic translations from Greek, 438
Arabissos, 245, 248
Arabs, see Saracens
Aratus, astronomer, 441
Arcadiopolis, 103 sqq., 358, 462 sq.
Archimedes, MS. of, 440
Architecture, 129 sqq.
Archontes, 223, 330
Arethas, archbishop, 439, 447 sq.
Argaios, Mt. (1) S.E. of L. Tatta, 247,

285; (2) near Caesarea, 247
Argaûs, 278
Arichis, 310 sq.
Aristotle, 438, 441
Arithmos (Vigla), 5, 227 sq.
Armenia, 260 sq.
Armenians, importance and success in the

Empire, 43, 429; cp. 165
Army, Roman, organization of, 221
Army, Saracen, 237 sq.
Arpad, 426, 489 sq.
Arsaber, brother of John the Gram-

marian, 60, 443
Arsaber, magister, 155
Arsaber, quaestor, conspires against Ni-

cephorus, 14 ; father of Empress

Theodosia, 66
Arsaber, spatharios, 193
Arsakios, hermit, 147
Arsamosata, 260
Arsaphios, 324 sq.
Art, 429 sqq.
Artavasdos, hetaeriarch, 178
Artynia, lake, 72
Arzus, river, 361
Asad, 298 sqq.
Asbag ibn Wakil, 304
Ashnas, Saracen general, 263 sqq.
Ashot, son of Shapuh, 261
Ashot, Curopalates, 265
Asylaion, 178, 458 sq.
Asylum, right of, 390
Atel-kuzi, 424, Appendix XII.

Babdel, 293
Babek, 251 sqq., 257, 259, 262
Babutzikos, Constantine B. and

Theodosius B.
Bagains, 334
Bagarat, 264
Bagatur, 335
Baghdad, palaces, 129, 240 sqq. ; founda-

tion and description, 238 sqq. ;

scientific studies at, 436 sqq.
Bahasna, 244
Balabakhi, 438
Baladhuri, 251
Balkan passes, 339, 344
Bambaludes, 267
Barca, see Theodosia, Empress.
Bardanes Turcus, rebellion of, 10 $99.,

38, 212
Bardas, Caesar, r, stores sea walls, 135 ;

not appoint" regent, 144 ; 147 ;
155 ; wife o į, 188; overthrows
Theoktistos,

1. ; Chartulary of
Kanikleion, mestic of Schools,
160 ; Curop: 161 ; Caesar, ib.;
government 99: ; overthrows
Damianos, : 1, 170 sqq. ; re-
fused commi

y Ignatius, 188;
action agail atius, 189 sqq. ;
letters of Ph

192, 195; inter-
view with lę 98; expedition
to Abasgia,

; in campaign
against Sar

); encourage-
ment of leai
Bardas, father o

178, 458
Bardas, nephew

8, 72
Bardas, nephew of 'i

156
Bari, 313, 315
Bartholomew of Ede
Bashkirs, 492
Basil I., Emperor (th

early
career of, 165 sq

'oto-
strator, 168; pa:
marriage, ib. ; 1

idas,
170 sqq.; magist.

onation,
174 sq. ; murde of ael III.,
177 sqq. ; signa' ure +) Council of
A.D. 867, 202 ; eccle policy,

203 sq. ; 379
Basil, Prefect of City, 17
Basil, false legate at Syn

007, 202
Basil, son of Leo V., 55, 4
Basil, archbishop of Thessalonica, 191
Basil, kleisurarch of Charsianon, 272

59;

« PrethodnaNastavi »