An Archaeological Re-assessment of Forty-Seven Early Byzantine Basilical Church Excavations Primarily in Israel and Jordan, and their Historical and Liturgical Context
Byzantine and Neohellenic Studies
Andrew Louth, Professor Emeritus of Patristic and Byzantine Studies, University of Durham.
David Ricks, Professor of Modern Greek and Comparative Literature, King’s College London.
This series encompasses the religion, culture, history, and literary production of the Greek-speaking world and its neighbours from the fourth century AD to the present. It aims to provide a forum for original scholarly work in any of these fields, covering cultures as diverse as Late Antiquity, the Byzantine empire, the Venetian empire, the Christian communities under Ottoman rule, and the modern nation states of Greece and Cyprus. Submissions in English are welcomed in the form of monographs, annotated editions, or collections of papers.
Anthony Hirst, God and the Poetic Ego:The Appropriation of Biblical and Liturgical Language in the Poetryof Palamas, Sikelianos and Elytis.425 pages. 2004. ISBN 3-03910-327-X
Hieromonk Patapios and Archbishop Chrysostomos, Manna fromAthos:The Issue of Frequent Communion on the Holy Mountain in the LateEighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries.187 pages. 2006. ISBN 3-03910-722-4
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