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The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

3 volumes: print and e-reference editions available

by Alexander P. Kazhdan

Multiple copy pack Publication Date: 02/05/1991

  $659.95
The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium is a three-volume, comprehensive dictionary of Byzantine civilization. The first resource of its kind in the field, it features over 5,000 entries written by an international group of eminent Byzantinists covering all aspects of life in the Byzantine world. According to Alexander Kazhdan, editor-in-chief of the Dictionary: "Entries on patriarchy and emperors will coexist with entries on surgery and musical
instruments. An entry on the cultivation of grain will not only be connected to entries on agriculture and its economics but on diet, the baking of bread, and the role of bread in this changing society." Major
entries treat such topics as agriculture, art, literature, and politics, while shorter entries examine topics that relate to Byzantium such as the history of Kiev and personalities of ancient and biblical history. Each article is followed by a bibliography, and numerous maps, tables, architectural designs, and genealogies reinforce and clarify the text. The new Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium will be the standard research tool and reference work for Byzantinists from
graduate students to advanced scholars, and an essential resource for college and school libraries. It will also be an invaluable guide for classicists, Western medievalists, Islamicists, Slavicists, art
historians, religious historians, and scholars of archaeology.
ISBN:
9780195046526
9780195046526
Category:
Asian history
Format:
Multiple copy pack
Publication Date:
02-05-1991
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press Inc
Country of origin:
United States
Pages:
2366
Dimensions (mm):
279x194x147mm
Weight:
5.35kg

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