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The once a year magazine Dumbarton Oaks Papers was once based in 1941 for the e-book of articles with regards to overdue old, early medieval, and Byzantine civilization within the fields of paintings and structure, background, archeology, literature, theology, legislations, and the auxiliary disciplines. quite a few maps, tables, illustrations, and colour plates supply supplementary details for plenty of of the articles.

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The once a year magazine Dumbarton Oaks Papers was once based in 1941 for the e-book of articles with regards to overdue old, early medieval, and Byzantine civilization within the fields of paintings and structure, background, archeology, literature, theology, legislations, and the auxiliary disciplines. quite a few maps, tables, illustrations, and colour plates supply supplementary details for plenty of of the articles.

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21, ll. 105–12; Ep. 25, ll. 67–72). 77 To the nineteen letters summarized above (excluding the letters of Anonymus Londiniensis and Niketas Magistros) I have added the lengthy consolation of Constantine Manasses (above, p. 34). 78 I have added four quotations from the consolation of the anonymous protonotarios, since the edition is without apparatus fontium, and one that was missed by Gautier from the letter of Gregory of Oxeia (Ep. 5, ll. 12–13), which is interesting in that, of all the quotations, it alone is taken from an earlier letter of consolation (see above, p.

M. Leone [Matino, 1982], 2:318–20). 68 ´ pistoliers byzantins, 150. Darrouze`s believed that the friend was Niketas of Smyrna. Ep. 89 in Darrouze`s, E 69 See in particular Karlsson, Ide´ologie, 45–47. 34 THE BYZANTINE LETTER OF CONSOLATION letters, written with the practical purpose of giving consolation to a specific individual and not simply as artistic variants on a set theme, is shown, I believe, both by the specific personal details that they contain and by the wide range of tone that they exhibit, including, as has been seen in the letter of Theophylact to his spiritual father, even pleasure.

76 Nikolaos Mystikos criticizes the Bulgar khan Symeon on two different occasions for what he believes are inapposite quotations (Ep. 21, ll. 105–12; Ep. 25, ll. 67–72). 77 To the nineteen letters summarized above (excluding the letters of Anonymus Londiniensis and Niketas Magistros) I have added the lengthy consolation of Constantine Manasses (above, p. 34). 78 I have added four quotations from the consolation of the anonymous protonotarios, since the edition is without apparatus fontium, and one that was missed by Gautier from the letter of Gregory of Oxeia (Ep.

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