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Rome, Constantinople and Newly-Converted Europe, Archaeological and Historical Evidence, volume I, II

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ISBN: 978-3-86583-659-5
Description: hardcover, Vol. I: 775 pp. , Vol II: 711 pp. (30x21cm), col. and b&w phots., maps, plans, drawings
Condition: very good
Weight: Vol. I: 2430g. Vol. II: 2330g.



 

 

Maciej Salamon, Marcin Wołoszyn, Alexander Musin, Perica Špehar (ed.), Rome, Constantinople and Newly-Converted Europe, Archaeological and Historical Evidence, volume I, II, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii PAN, Instytut Archeologii Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, Kraków - Leipzig - Rzeszów - Warszawa 2012



Editors' Foreward
Jonathan Shepard, Rome, Constantinople and Newly-Converted Europe: Archaeological and Historical Evidence. Some Introductory Remarks
I.1 History: Rome, Constantinople and the new borders. The introductory essays:
Jerzy Strzelczyk, Missionsstrategie und Missionspraxis der westlichen Kirche im furhen Mittelalter
Maciej Salamon, Byzantine Missionary Policy. Did It Exist?
Matthias Hardt, Frühe Grenzen im Blick der europäischen Mediävistik
I.2 History: Searching for Rome and Constantinople. From the south to the north:
Jenny Albani, Painted decoration of the church of St. Onoufrius near Genna, Crete
Georgios Th. Kardaras, Christian symbols among the nomads, 5th - 8th century A.D.
Georgi N. Nikolov, Die Christianisierung der Bulgaren und das Mönchtum in der familie des Khans Boris I. Michail im 9.-10. Jahrundert
Angel Nikolov, Making a new basileus: the case of Symeon of Bulgaria (893-927) reconsidered
Lumír Poláček, Mikulčice und das Christentum im Mähren im 9 Jahrundert
Béla Miklós Szőke, Kulturelle Beziehungen zwischen Mosaburg/Zalavár und dem Mittelmeerraum
Márta Font, Lateiner und Orthodoxe: Völker und ihre Gewohnheiten. Das Beispiel des mittelalterlichen Königreichs Ungarn
Vincent Múcska, Zur Frage der großmährisch-byzantinischen Tradition im früharpadischen Ungarn - Möglichkeiten der Interpretation
Petr Sommer, Der Heilige Prokop, das Kloster Sázava und die sogenannte altkirchenslawische Liturgie in Böhmen
Jitka Komendová, Rus' - Czech Relations during the Middle Ages as a Historiographical Problem
Christian Lübke, Ottonen, Slaven und Byzanz
Sabine Altmann, Grenzüberschreitungen am westlichen Rand Ostmitteleuropas - Die Saale als Grenz- und Kontaktzone zwischen Frankenreich und slawischer Fürstenherrschaft im 9. Jahrundert
Stanisław Rosik, Greeks and Romans in pagan Wolin. Integrating the Barbarians into the collective memory of the Latin West at the time of the conversion of the Slavs
Marian Dygo, A letter from Matthew, a Bishop of Cracow, to Bernard of Clairvaux "on the Conversions of Russians" (1145?)
Darius von Güttner-Sporzyński, The archetypal crusader. Henry of Sandomierz, the second youngest son of Bolesław III
Andrzej Buko, Byzantine cultural enclave in Central Europe? An example of the mortared tower complex at Stołpie (south-eastern Poland)
Alexey Chernetsov, Paradoxical hierarchy of civilization (Medieval Russian concept)
Maja Gąssowska, Der Heilige Olaf und Holmgård - Novgorod als Grenzraum zwischen Ost und West im 11.-12. Jahrundert
Jukka Korpela, Die Christianisierung der finno-ugrischen Peripherie Europas: Zwei Theorien und unangenehme Tatsachen
Jörn Staecker, Drei Magier auf einem gotländischen Bildstein. Die Perzeption des Epiphaniethemas in der Wikingerzeit
Anna Waśko, Pagans in Erik's Chronicle and in the Revelations of Saint Birgitta
Volodymyr Bak, Die Weihe Kyrillos II. (1242-1281) zum Metropoliten der Rus' in den 40er Jahren des 13. Jahrunderts: ein Ereignis aus den kirchenpolitischen Beziehungen zwischen Halič-Volyn' und dem Byzantinischen Reich
Sebastian Kolditz, Christlische Missionsbestrebungen und Koversionsansätze gegenüber den Steppenvölkern, insbesondere Pečengen und Kumanen
II. 1 Archaeology: Rome, Constantinople and the graves. The introductory essays:
Sebastian Brather, Pagan or Christian? Early medieval grave furnishings in Central Europe
Aleksandra Sulikowska-Gąska, Funeral rites in Ruthenian iconography
Justyna Straczuk, Death beliefs and practices among peasant inhabitants of the Catholic-Orthodox borderland in Belarus: an anthropological perspective
II. 2 Archaeology: Searching for Rome and Constantinople. From the south to the north:
Natalia Poulou-Papadimitriou, Elli Tzavella, Jeremy Ott, Burial practices in Byzantine Greece: archaeological evidence and methodological problems for its interpretation
Perica Špehar, Orhideja Zorova, Christianity on the territory of the Archbishopric of Ohrid, 11th to the 13th century: archaeological evidence from burial sites
Lyudmila Doncheva-Petkova, Maria Christova, La transition du paganisme au christianisme, reflétée dans les nécropoles du IXéme - Xéme siecle en Bulgarie
Maja Petrinec, Croatia between the East and the West - evidence form early medieval graves
Tina Milavec, Sacred places? Eight century graves near sixth century churches at Tonovcov grad (Slovenia)
Stefan Eichert, Zu Christentum und Heidentum im slawischen Karantanien
Elisabeth Nowotny, On the confessional situation between the Frankish Empire and Moravia in Carolingian times. focus on archaeological sources from Lower Austria
Petr Hejhal, Michal Lutovský, In agris sive in silvis... Secondary medieval burials in ancient barrows in Bohemia
Anna Mazur, Krzysztof Mazur, Des tombes à inhumation du Haut Moyen Age en Petite-Pologne: le cas de la nécropole de Wawrzeńczyce
Jacek Wrzesiński, The Dziekanowice cemetery - Christians cultivating venerable traditions
Przemysław Urbańczyk, A 'Roman' connection to the oldest burial in the Poznań Cathedral?
Joanna Kalaga, The early medieval hillfort at Sąsiadka in the light of 1930s-1950s research. Current status of post-excavation analysis of the the archival record in the University of Warsaw
Jerzy Kuśnierz, Das mittelalterliche Körpergräberfeld aud dem Burgwall von Gródek (altrussischer Volyn') in Anbetracht der erhaltenen Grabungsdokumentation des Vorstandes zur Erforschung der Červenischen Burgen (1952-1955)
Michał Dzik, Bi-ritual burials in the cetral Bug river basin during the Middle Ages
Łukasz Miechowicz, Coins in the Western and Eastern Slavs burial practices in the Middle Ages - relicts of pagan beliefs or a sign of Christian traditions?
Vsevold Ivakin, Burial grounds and graves in medieval Kiev (10th to 13th century)
Przemysław Sikora, Die ostslawischen Bestattungssiten ze Beginn der Christianisierung am Rande der christlich - orthodoxen Welt am Beispiel Wieißrusslands aus archäologischer Perspektive
Anna Barvenova, Kristina Lavysh, Burials in Churches from the 11th - 14th centuries on the territory of Belarus: influence of Christianization on the costume of the elite in Western Rus' Principalities
Eugenijus Svetikas, Latin Christianisation in the Orthodox Christian Grand Duchy of Lithuania in late 14th and 15th centuries: a puzzle of historical facts and archaeological data
Robert Spirgis, Archaeological evidence on the spread of Christianity to the Lower Daugava area (10th - 13th century)
Vitolds Muižnieks, Archaeological evidence of 14th - 18th century burial practices on the territory of Latvia
Heiki Valk, The Zhalnik Graves: Evidence of the Christianization of the Novgorod and Pskov Lands?
Vladislav Sobolev, On the process of formation of Early Rus' burial culture in the Novgorod Land
Stanislav Bel'skiy, Ville Laakso, New archaeological evidence on the Christianization in Karelia in the 13th - 15th centuries (Northern Lake Ladoga region, Russian Federation)

Vol. II:

III. 1 Archaeology: Rome, Constantinople, the relics and private devotion objects. The introductory essays:
Lora Gerd, Sacred objects in Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Canon Law
Estelle Cronnier, Eastern Christianity and relics of the saints: from refusal to quest
Elżbieta Dąbrowska, Le dépot de reliques dans les sépultures - usage liturgique ou superpostion?
Michael Müller-Wille, Reliquientranslationen im karolingischen und wikingerzeitlichen Europa
Alexander Musin, Byzantine reliquary-crosses in the formation of medieval Christian culture in Europe
III. 2 Archaeology: Searching for Rome and Constantinople. From the south to the north:
Lydmila Doncheva-Petkova, On the dating and origin of some types of pectoral crosses from medieval Bulgaria
Snezana Filipova, Early Christian reliquaries and encolpia and the problem of the so-called crypt reliquaries in the Republic of Macedonia
Ádám Bollók, Byzantine missions among the Magyars during the later 10th century?
Péter Prohászka, Über eine Variante der bronzenen byzantinischen Reliquienkreuze vom sogenannten Typ "Heiliges Land" aus dem Karpatenbecken unter Berücksichtigung eines "neuen" alten Kreuzes aus der Gemarkung Tés (Ungarn)
Kateřina Horničková, Between East and West: Bohemian reliquary pectoral crosses as testimony to religious and cultural exchange
Janusz Górecki, Andrzej M. Wyrwa, The staurotheke from Ostrów Lednicki
Joanna Żółkowska, Disc pendants with St. George's image from the early mediaeval period in Poland
Barbara Chudzińska, Archaeological evidence from today's Poland on personal piety during the late Middle Ages
Marcin Wołoszyn, Die frühmittelalterlichen orthodoxen Devotionalien in Polen und die Entstehung der ältesten Ostgrenze Polens. Forschungsgeschichte und Forschungsperspektiven
Mirosław P. Kruk, Two stray stone plaques (icons) from the collection of the National Museum in Kraków
Jerzy Ginalski, Ein frühmittelalterlicher Sakralkomplex auf dem Burgwall "Horodyszcze" in Trepcza bei Sanok
Marcin Piotrowski, Marcin Wołoszyn, Two devotional objects from Lubaczów (south-eastern Poland) and thei archaeological-historical context
Marcin Wołoszyn, The cross-pendants from Sąsiadka-Suteysk in south-eastern Poland. A preliminary report
Marcin Piotrowski, Marcin Wołoszyn, Czermno/Cherven - archaeological investigation of an early Rus' medieval town in Eastern Poland in 2010-2011. A preliminary report
Tomasz Dzieńkowski, Marcin Wołoszyn, An encolpion from Czułczyce in south-eastern Poland
Anna Peskova, Byzantine pendant reliquary-crosses from the territory of medieval Rus'
Natalia Astashova, Tatiana Saracheva, Early medieval Rus' relief decorated reliquary-crosses from the State Historical Museum in Moscow: insights from chemical content and technological analysis
Irina Sterligova, Precious Eastern Christian Encolpia from the 9th to 17th century as represented in Russian collections
Nadezdha Chesnokova, Eastern Orthodox icons and other holy objects in 17th century Russia - evidence from the records od Posolskiy Prikaz in Moscow
Alexander Ostapenko, Miniature figures of archangels in medieval East Europe
Natalia Khamayko, Crescent pendants (lunnitsa) in 11th - 13th century Rus': Pagan amulet or Christian ornament?
Svetlana  Ryabtseva, Pectoral reliquary-crosses from the Carpathian-Dniester Region, 11th - 16th centuries
Iuliia Mysko, The religious beliefs of Slav population in the Upper Prut and Middle Dniester region
Marina Sergeeva, Early Rus' sacred object in antler and bone from the Middle Dnieper area
Olena Veremeychyk, Finds of Christian liturgical and devotional objects from early medieval Zvenigorod (now Zvenyhorod, Ukraine)
Radosław Liwoch, On the new border of Christian civilisations. Archaeological material from the early Rus' Plisnesk
Aliaksandr Bashkou, The beginning of Christianisation of Western Belarus, 11th - 14th century
Kristina Lavysh, Byzantine devotional objects from the territory of Belarus
Vadzim Koshman, Enamels cloisonnés in Belarus in 11th - 13th century: Byzantine influence and quaestions of local production
Jan Chochorowski, Russian Orthodox pendandt crosses from Polish archaeological research on Spitsbergen
IV Afterword
Alexander Musin, Marcin Wołoszyn, Newly-Converted Europe - Digging In. An Archaeological Afterword

 

 

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