Synaxaires byzantins, ménologes, typica: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Synaxaires byzantins, ménologes, typica

1st Edition

By Hippolyte Delehaye

Routledge

320 pages

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Hardback: 9780860780106
pub: 1977-06-30
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H. Delehaye's work on Greek hagiography remains fundamental and a collection of his research on the Byzantine sources has long been called for. This volume assembles his articles on the Metaphrastes' compilation brought up to date by Fr. Halkin with a bibliographical addendum, and the first publication of the foundation typica of two important monasteries in Constantinople - a mine of religious and prosographical information on the city and its upper classes in the Paleologan period.

Table of Contents

Contents: Avant-propos; Le synaxaire de Sirmond; Un synaxaire italio-grec; Les ménologues grecs; Synopsis metaphrastica; Un fragment de ménologe trouvé à Jérusalem; Deux typica de l’époque des Paléologues; Notes at index.

About the Series

Variorum Collected Studies

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HISTORY / General