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Studia Ceranea, Vol. 12/2022

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Studia Ceranea, Journal of the Waldemar Ceran Research Centre for the History and Culture of the Mediterranean Area and South-East Europe, Vol. 12/2022, Lodz 2022

The Doctrine of the Ordo Sclavoniae in Light of Western Sources and the Issue of the Origins of the Dualist Heresy in Bosnia
Piotr Czarnecki
Paristrion as Centre and Periphery: from Byzantine Border Province to Heartland of the Second Bulgarian Tsardom
Francesco Dall’Aglio
The Indian River that Flows from Paradise
Chiara Di Serio
Byzantine Incubation Literature between Religion and Medicine: Food as Medicament in the Collection of Healing Miracles Performed by Saints Cosmas and Damian (BHG 373B)
Giulia Gollo
Disease, Healing and Medical Knowledge in an Old Bulgarian Collection of Miracle Stories
Yanko M. Hristov, Dafina Kostadinova
Aconite – a Poison, or a Medicine? Ancient and Early Byzantine Testimonies
Krzysztof Jagusiak, Konrad Tomasz Tadajczyk
Τέρνοβος, ἐν ᾗ τὰ βασίλεια ἦν τῶν Βουλγάρων: the Role of the Bulgarian Capital City According to Ῥωμαϊκὴ ἱστορία by Nikephoros Gregoras
Kirił Marinow
Future Constructions in the Medieval South Slavonic Translations of Vita Antonii Magni
Ivan P. Petrov
The Distant Origins of “Fat Shaming” or why the People of Antiquity did not Ridicule Fat Women
Michał Stachura
Iustitia and Corruptio in Liber Constitutionum sive Lex Gundobada
Dorothea Valentinova
Multi-lingual, Pluri-ethnic Orthodox Monasticism in Palestine and on Sinai, in the Light of the Liturgical Sources with Particular Reference to the Liturgical Manuscript Sinai Arabic 232 (13th Century)
Andrew Wade
Cook (mageiros) in Byzantium. Was there any Female mageiros?
Ilias Anagnostakis, Maria Leontsini
The Phenomena of Bogomilism in the Context of Hagiographic Literary Works
Maja Angelovska-Panova
“Where do these terrible diseases and pestilences come from?”. Illness in the Roman World in Light of the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius of Caesarea
Sławomir Bralewski
The Portrayal of Abbasid Rulers in Chronography of Theophanes the Confessor
Błażej Cecota
A Neglected Medieval Helmet from Lucera in Italy
Raffaele D’Amato, Andrey Evgenevich Negin
Reception of John V. A. Fine Jr.’s The Bosnian Church: A New Interpretation: Interesting Sleeve of a Never Ending Historiographical Debate
Dženan Dautović
The Attack of the Rus’ on Constantinople in the Light of the Chronicon Bruxellense
Oleksandr Fylypchuk
Повесть о юноше и чародее в славянской книжности
Irina M. Gritsevskaya, Viacheslav V. Lytvynenko
Some Questions about the Slavic Tribes that participated in the Anti-Bulgarian Uprisings along the Mid-Danube in the First Decades of the 9th Century
Nikolay Hrissimov
Bulgarians, Cumans, Teutons, and Vlachs in the First Decades of the Thirteenth Century
Ivelin Ivanov
Two Byzantine Seals from the Excavation of the Medieval Fortress “Malkoto kale” (Yambol Region, Bulgaria)
Nikolay Kanev
Written Languages in Moldavia during the Reign of Peter Rareş (1527–1538, 1541–1546)
Vladislav Knoll
Gnesioi filoi: George Syncellus and Theophanes the Confessor – Addenda
Andrzej Kompa
Représenter la flaua bilis: le portait du colérique dans l’Iconologia de Cesare Ripa
Magdalena Koźluk
The Legal and Fiscal Situation of the Serbs in the Patriarchate of Peć during the First Decades of the 18th Century
Piotr Kręzel
The Violation of Christian Graves in the Light of Eusebius’s Ecclesiastical History VIII, 6, 6–7
Izabela Leraczyk
Marcellinus Comes on Emperor Anastasius A Handful of Remarks
Mirosław J. Leszka
The Competition for Cumania between Hungary and Bulgaria (1211–1247)
Alexandru Madgearu
Cyril of Scythopolis on Relieving the Damage in Palestine Inflicted during the Samaritan Revolt (529–531)
Ireneusz Milewski
Ideology behind the Naming: On the Origin of Basil II’s Appellation ‘Scythicus’
Mitko B. Panov
Hare in Sauce According to Anthimus’ Recipe: Meat
Zofia Rzeźnicka
The Chieftains of the Eastern Roman Empire in Light of the Chronicle of Marcellinus Comes
Szymon Wierzbiński
Book reviews
Jan Prostko-Prostyński, A History of the Herules, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Poznań 2020 [= Historia, 244], pp. 196.
Sławomir Bralewski
Николай A. Кънев, Византия и България на Балканите. Студии върху политическата история и българо-византийското имперско противоборство на Балканския полуостров през периода VII–X в. (Византинобългарски студии II) [Nikolay A. Kănev, Byzantium and Bulgaria in the Balkans. Studies on the Political History and the Bulgarian- Byzantine Political Conflict on the Balkan Peninsula in the Period 7th–10th c. (Byzantine-Bulgarian Studies II)], УИ “Св. св. Кирил и Методий”, Велико Търново 2021, pp. 308.
Yanko M. Hristov
The Mobility of Serbs in Early Modern Times. Some Remarks on the Margins of Ilona Czamańska’s New History of Serbia. Ilona Czamańska, Historia Serbii. Od pojawienia się Serbów na Bałkanach do 1830 roku [History of Serbia. From the Arrival of the Serbs in the Balkans to 1830], vol. I, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, Poznań 2021 [= Biblioteka Europy Środkowej i Południowo-Wschodniej], pp. 280.
Piotr Kręzel
Ronald A. Bleeker, Aspar and the Struggle for the Eastern Roman Empire, AD 421–71, Bloomsbury Publishing, London 2022