Ihor Sevcenko Bibliography Examples

Ihor Ševčenko (1922–2009) was a Polish-born philologist and historian of Ukrainian origin. He died 26 December 2009[1] in Cambridge, MA.

Biography[edit]

Ševčenko was born in Radość near Warsaw, Poland of Ukrainian parents and was educated at the Adam MickiewiczGymnasium and Lycaeum in Warsaw, the Deutsche Karlsuniversität in Prague, the Université Catholique de Louvain, and the Foundation Byzantine of Professor Henri Grégoire (as member of the Seminar) in Brussels. His work reflects the influence of the numerous scholarly traditions he encountered via this education, and the multiple source languages from which he was able to draw: he learned Greek and Latin at the Gymnasium in Warsaw, encountered German, Czech and francophone approaches to scholarship in Prague and Brussels, and is a fluent native speaker of Ukrainian, Russian and Polish. Ševčenko later moved to the United States, where he taught at the University of California, Berkeley, the University of Michigan, Columbia University, and Harvard University, where he was Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Byzantine History and Literatureemeritus until his death. He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Collegium Artium in Kraków. During his early years in the United States, Ševčenko became acquainted with Ernst Kantorowicz, an eminent medievalist who worked on political and intellectual history.[2] Ševčenko was married to Margaret (née Bentley) Ševčenko and to Nancy (née Patterson) Ševčenko; both marriages ended in divorce.[3]

Scholarship[edit]

Ševčenko has contributed to two connected yet distinct disciplines, Byzantine, Slavic studies, and Ukrainian Studies. His work addresses Byzantine written culture and society from the Late Antique period to the 15th century, and explores contact between the Slavic world and Byzantium from the medieval to the early modern period. Ševčenko has written on philology, literature, epigraphy, paleography and codicology. He was noted for the engaging, "detective novel" style of his prose,[citation needed] as in his famous article “The Date and Author of the So-Called Fragments of Toparcha Gothicus”,[4] which reveals that the text considered the earliest surviving narrative source on the history of the Kievan Rus’ is a 19th-century forgery crafted by its “discoverer” and editor Carl Benedict Hase.

Ševčenko’s approach was noted for its extensive engagement with primary source material, not simply as edited texts but as original manuscripts. He uses these sources to elucidate key issues in Byzantine and Slavic studies, such as the evangelizing mission of Cyril and Methodius among the Slavs, Byzantine political ideology and its reception in the Slavic world, and the Zealot uprising in 14th century Thessaloniki. His most recent publication was an edition and English translation of the only extant secular biography in Byzantine literature, that of the life of the 9th century emperor Basil I, which was written by scholars associated with Basil’s grandson, Emperor Constantine VII. Basil’s biography is a major source for the political and cultural history of Byzantium and its neighbors in the 9th and 10th centuries.

Animal Farm[edit]

While working with displaced Ukrainian persons after World War ii, Ševčenko wrote to George Orwell and received permission to translate Animal Farm into Ukrainian, one of the first translations of the book. Orwell agreed, waiving his royalties and also writing a detailed preface for the edition.[5]

Ševčenko's law[edit]

Ševčenko's law, or Ševčenko's law of the dog and the forest is the tendency of historians to repeat the coverage and the work of previous historians, to the disadvantage of general historical coverage. The situation is compared to a dog and a forest. A dog going into a virgin forest picks a tree at random, and urinates against it. Despite the tree having no intrinsic outstanding attraction as an object for urinating against, other dogs subsequently entering the same forest will show a tendency to urinate against the same tree.[6]

Awards[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • Ihor Ševčenko, Études sur la polémique entre Théodore Métochite et Nicéphore Choumnos (1962). ASIN: B000KJ9U8O
  • Ihor Ševčenko, Society and Intellectual Life in Late Byzantium (1981) ISBN 0-86078-083-X, ISBN 978-0-86078-083-0
  • Ihor Ševčenko, Ideology, Letters and Culture in the Byzantine World (1982)
  • Ihor Ševčenko, Byzantium and the Slavs in Letters and Culture (1991) ISBN 0-916458-12-1, ISBN 978-0-916458-12-6
  • Ihor Ševčenko, Ukraine between East and West (1996) ISBN 1-895571-15-4, ISBN 978-1-895571-15-8
  • Ihor Ševčenko, ed. and trans., Chronographiae Quae Theophanis Continuati Nomine Fertur Liber V Quo Vita Basilii Imperatoris Amplectitur (Corpus Fontium Historiae Byzantinae) (2011) ISBN 978-3-11-018477-8[1][7]
  • Zakorzeniony kosmopolita. Ihor Szewczenko w rozmowie z Łukaszem Jasiną, Lublin: Instytut Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej 2010 ISBN 978-83-60695-51-7[2].

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  • Zakorzeniony kosmopolita. Ihor Szewczenko w rozmowie z Łukaszem Jasiną, Lublin 2010 [3], ISBN 978-8360695517.
  • Michał Kozłowski, In memoria. Ihor Ševčenko (10 luty 1922 - 26 grudnia 2009), "Studia z Dziejów Rosji i Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej", 46 (2011), s. 307-311 [4].
  • Michał Kozlowski, Ihor Ševčenko, "Vox Patrum" 31 (2011), z. 56, s. 983-989 [5].

External links[edit]

  1. ^The Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute announces the death of its co-founderArchived 2010-06-27 at the Wayback Machine. (in English)
  2. ^Peter Schreiner, “Das Janusportrait eines Gelehrten: Ihor Sevcenko als Byzantinist und Slavist” Palaeoslavica 10: 1 (2002), v-ix. ISSN 1070-5465
  3. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-06-28. Retrieved 2008-10-16.  Ihor Sevcenko biography (Harvard Ukrainian Studies Program)
  4. ^Dumbarton Oaks Papers 25 (1971), 117-188.
  5. ^William Grimes, "Ihor Sevcenko, Byzantine and Slavic Scholar, Dies at 87", The New York Times, January 5, 2010.
  6. ^Xi Yu, "Eminent Byzantinist Dies, Leaves Legacy of Open-Minded Scholarship", The Harvard Crimson, January 7, 2010.
  7. ^From DeGruyter Website: "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-10. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 

The Bibliography of Ihor Ševčenko

1938

  1. Voltaire, “Podbój Flandrii (Wiek Ludwika XIV, rozdział 8) [Tłumaczył I. Š.],” Ignis, miesięcznik młodzieży szkolnej, 1:2 (Warsaw), pp. 29-32.
  2. Statement (untitled and unsigned) regarding the editorial policy and scope of the journal Ignis, miesięcznik młodzieży szkolnej (Warsaw, Liceum Humanistyczne im. Adama Mickiewicza, kl. 2), 1:1, p. 2.

1938/1939

2a.(ed., with Jan Białostocki), Ignis, miesięcznik młodzieży szkolnej (Warsaw, Liceum Humanistyczne im. Adama Mickiewicza, kl. 2), 1: 1-2.

1946

3.  (unsigned), Anhlij’sko ukrajins’kyj slovnyčok z vymovoju / English-Ukrainian Dictionary [Munich], 129 pp.

1947

4.  George Orwell, Kolhosp tvaryn: Kazka, trans. Ivan Černjatyns’kyj [Ihor Ševčen­ko] ([Neu Ulm]: ‘Prometej,” n.d.), 90 + i pp. 

Ukrainian translation of Animal Farm. Includes author’s preface, written especially for this translation (pp. 7-12). Cf. also Orwell’s “Letter to Arthur Koestler” of 20 September, 1947, in The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters of George Orwell, vol. 4: In Front of Your Nose, 1945-1950, ed. Sonia Orwell and Ian Angus(London: Secker & Warburg [1968]), letter no. 91, pp. 379-380.

1948

5. (Ivan Tcherniatynskyj [Ihor Ševčenko]), “Le martyre de Draj-Khmara, poète ukrainien (Lettres inédites),” in: Le Flambeau: Revue belge des questions poli­tiques et littéraires, 31, no. 3, pp. 310-326; no. 4, pp. 410-426.

1949

6.  “Le sens et la date du traité ‘Anepigraphos’de Nicéphore Chumnos,” Bulletin de la Classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques de l’Académie royale de Belgique, ser. 5, 25, pp. 473-488.

Rev.:

M. P., in Byzantinoslavica., 11:2 (1950), p. 284.


7.  “Léon Bardalès et les juges généraux, ou la corruption des incorruptibles,” Byzantion, 19, pp. 247-259 (= Actes du VIIe Congrès des Études Byzantines, 1).

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

A. Frolow, in: Byzantinoslavica, 11:2 (1950), pp. 307-308.

8.(compiler of parts indicated), Dix années d’études byzantines: Bibliographie internationale, 1939-1948 (Paris): “Pologne,” p. 115; “Russie,” p. 128-130; “Tché­co­slovaquie,” p. 133.

1950

9.“Dogale pour Paul Contarini, Capitaine de Candie,” Kretika Chronika, 4:2, pp. 268-280 + 2 plates.

1951

10.“A New Fragment of Sappho?,” Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U. S., 1:2, pp. 150-152.

Rev.:

F. D. in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 45:1 (1952), p. 123.

11. “Observations sur les recueils des Discours et des Poèmes de Th. Métochite et sur la Bibliothèque de Chora à Constantinople,” Scriptorum, 5:2, pp. 279-288, 2 plates.

Rev.:

F. D. in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 45:1 (1952), p. 123.

1952

12.“The Imprisonment of Manuel Moschopulos in the Year 1305 or 1306,” Speculum, 27:2, pp. 133-157.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

F. D. in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 45:2, p. 469.

13. “’To the Unknown Land’: A Proposed Emendation of the Text of the Igor’ Tale,” Slavic Word, 8:4, pp. 356-359.

14. “An Important Contribution to the Social History of Late Byzantium” (Review of Georgije Ostrogorski, Pronija, Prilog istoriji feudalizma u Vizantiji i u južno­slo­venskim zemljama [Belgrade, 1951]), in: Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U. S., 2:4 [6], pp. 448-459.

Rev.:

F. D. in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 46:2 (1953), p. 471.

1953

15. “The Zealot Revolution and the Supposed Genoese Colony in Thessalonica.” in: Prosphora eis Stilpona P. Kyriakiden (= Hellenika, 4, Thessalonica), pp. 603-617.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 47:1 (1954), p. 233.

(2) R. G., in: Byzantinoslavica, 16:1 (1955), p. 165.

16. “Notes on Stephen, The Novgorodian Pilgrim to Constantinople in the XIV Century,” Südostforschungen, 12, pp. 165-175.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 47:2 (1954), pp. 480-481.

(2) H. Kö., in: Byzantinoslavica, 17:2 (1956), p. 401.

17. “Ukrajins’ke knyhonavstvo: Bars’ka Jevanhelija počatku XVII stolittja v Pierpont Morgan Library,” Naukovyj zbirnyk UVAN, 2, pp. 192-195.

18. Review of Harvard Slavic Studies, vol. 1, ed. H. G. Lunt, M. Karpovich, A. B. Lord, J. B. Hoptner, W. Weintraub (Cambridge, Mass.), in: Speculum, 28:4, pp. 887-892.

1954

19. “A Neglected Source of Muscovite Political Ideology,” Harvard Slavic Studies, 2, pp. 141-179.

(Reprinted in no. 75.)

Rev.:

F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 47:2, p. 447.

Disc.:

Ja. S. Lur’je, Ideologičeskaja bor’ba v russkoj publicistike konca XV – načala XVI veka (Moscow and Leningrad, 1960), pp. 475, 477.

20. “Nicolaus Cabasilas’ Correspondence and the Treatment of Late Byzantine Literary Texts,” Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 47, pp. 45-59.

(Cf. also nos. 26, 29, 43.)

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

Irm., in: Byzantinoslavica, 17:1 (1956), p. 157.

21. Review of Mytropolyt Ilarion (Ivan Ohijenko), Podil jedynoji Xrystovoji Cerkvy i perši sproby pojednannja jiji: Istoryčno-kanonična monohrafija (Winnipeg, 1953), in: Südostforschungen, 13, pp. 387-389.

1955

22. “Intellectual Repercussions of the Council of Florence,” Church History, 24:4, pp. 291-323.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 49:1 (1956), p. 213.

(2) P. Ch., in: Byzantinoslavica, 18:1 (1957), p. 158.

23. “The Definition of Philosophy in the Life of Saint Constantine,” in: For Roman Jakobson: Essays on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Bithday, 11 October 1956, comp. Morris Halle, Horace G. Lunt, Hugh McLean, Cornelis H. Van Schoone­veld (The Hague), pp. 449-457.

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift: 50:1 (1957), p. 211.

(2) A. D., in: Byzantinoslavica, 19:2 (1958), p. 375.

Disc.:

F. Grivec, “Constantinus philosophus – amicus Photii,” in: Orientalia Christiana Periodica, 23:4 (1957), pp. 415-422. Cf. E. Fo., in: Byzantinoslavica, 19:2 (1958), p. 369.

24. “Byzantine Cultural Influences,” in: C. E. Black, ed., Rewriting Russian History: Soviet Interpretations of Russia’s Past (New York, Frederick A. Praeger), pt. 2: The Application of Theory: Selected Examples, chap. 6, pp. 143-197.

(For 2nd ed., see no. 44.)

Rev.:

F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 50:1 (1957), pp. 221-222.

25. Review of Per Fulgum, Edward Gibbon: His View of Life and Conception of History (Oslo and Oxford, 1953), and Giuseppe Giarrizzo, Edward Gibbon e la cultura europea del settecento (Naples, 1954), in: American Historical Review, 61:4, pp. 952-955.

1957

26. “Nicolas Cabasilas’ ‘Anti-Zealot’ Discourse: A Reinterpretation,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 11, pp. 79-171.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

(Cf. also nos. 20, 29, 43.)

Rev.:

(1) Peter Charanis, in: Byzantinoslavica, 19:2 (1958), pp. 343-344.

(2) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 51:1 (1958), p. 190.

(3) Idem, in: ibid., p. 203.

(4) V. Hr., in: Československý časopis historický, 7:2 (1959), p. 372.

(5) Eadem (V. Hrochová) in: Byzantinoslavica, 21:1 (1960), pp. 91-95.

(6) M. W., in: Scriptorum, 15:2 (1961), p. 394 (no. 937).

Disc.:

(1) Ernst Weber, “Volkstümliche Häretiker oder sozial-politische Reformer? Probleme der revolutionären Volksbewegungen in Thessalonike 1342-1349,” Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Karl-Marx-Universität. Gesellschafts- und Sprachwissenschaftliche Reihe, 8:1 (Leipzig, 1958/59), pp. 45-83. Cf. pp. 45-69.

(2) Idem, “Narodnaja eres’ ili dviženie za social’no-političeskie reformy? Proble­my revolucionnogo dviženija v Soluni v 1342-1349 gg.,” Vizantijskij vre­mennik, 17 (1960), pp. 155-202.

(3) E. Frances, “Răscoala Zeloţilor din Thessalonic în lumina ultimelor cercetări,” Studii. Revista de istorie, 12:3 (1959), pp. 257-266. Cf. pp. 262-265. Cf. also idem (E. Fr.), in Byzantinoslavica, 21:1 (1960), p. 162.

(4) Vera Hrochová, “Povstání Zelotů v Soluni a jeho sociálni předpoklady,” Československý časopis historický, 7:3(1959), pp. 405-427.

(5) Eadem, “La révolte des Zélotes à Salonique et les communes italiennes,” Byzantinoslavica, 22:1 (1961), pp. 1-15. Cf. pp. 2, 3, 10, 11.

(6) G. I. Theocharides, Topographia kai politike historia tes Thessalonikes kata ton ID aiona ( = Hetaireia Makedonikon Spoudon, Hidryma Meleton Chasoneson ton Aimou, nr 31) (Thessalonica, 1959), p. 41.

(7) G. T. Dennis, The Reign of Manuel II Palaeologus in Thessalonica, 1382-1387 (= Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 159) (Rome, 1960), p. 23.

(8) G. T. Seidler, Soziale Ideen in Byzanz (= Berliner byzantinische Arbeiten, 24) (Berlin, 1960), pp. 41-42.

(9) K. P. Kyrrhis, "Ho Kyprios Metropolites Hyakinthos (1345-6) kai ho rolos tou eis ton antipalamitokon agona," Kypriakai Spoudai, 25 (1961), pp. 80-122. Cf. pp. 103, 109-122.

(10) Peter Charanis, “Observations on the ‘Anti-Zealot’ Discourse of Cabasilas,” Revue des études sud-est européennes, 9:3 (1971), pp. 369-376.

(11) B. T. Gorjanov, Pozdnevizantijskij feodalizm (Moscow, 1962), pp. 310-314.

(12) M. Ja. Sjuzjumov, “K voprosu o xaraktere vystuplenija zilotov v 1342-1349 gg.,” Vizantijskij vremennik, 28 (1968), pp. 15-37 (cf. pp. 6-19, 24, 26-27, 29).

(13) George T. Dennis, “Nicholas Cabasilas Chamaetos and His Discourse on Abuses Committed by Authorities Against Sacred Things,” Byzantine Studies / Études byzantines, 5: 1-2 (1978), 80-87.

27. Review of Justinia Besharov, Imagery of the Igor’ Tale in the Light of Byzantino-Slavic Poetic Theory (= Studies in Russian Epic Tradition, 2) (Leiden, 1956), in: Speculum, 32:3, pp. 538-543.

1958

28. Review of David Djaparidzé, Mediaeval Slavic Manuscripts: A Bibliography of Printed Catalogues (= Mediaeval Academy of America Publication, 64) (Cam­bridge, Mass. 1957), in: Speculum, 33:3, pp. 390-393.

1960

29. “The Author’s Draft of Nicholas Cabasilas’ ‘Anti-Zealot’ Discourse: Parisinus Graecus1276,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 14, pp. 181-201 + 14 plates.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

P. Ch., in: Byzantinoslavica, 23:1 (1962), p. 148.

30. “Alexios Makrembolites and his ‘Dialogue Between the Rich and the Poor,’” Zbornik Radova Srpske Akademije nauka, Vizantološki institut, 6 (= Srpska Akade­mija Nauk, 65) (Belgrade), pp. 187-228.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 53:1, pp. 127-128.

(2) Idem, ibid., 53:2, p. 423.

(3) A. P. Každan, in: Voprosy istorii, 1960, no. 10, pp. 193-199.

(4) I. N. S., in: Byzantinoslavica, 22:1 (1961), pp. 117-118.

(5) M. W., in: Scriptorum, 16:1 (1962), pp. 209-210.

Disc.:

(1) M. A. Poljakovskaja, “Tolkovanie povesti “Lukij, ili Osel’ Alekseem Mak­remvo­li­tom,” Vizantijskij vremennik, 34 (1973), pp. 137-140.

(2) Eadem, “K voprosu o social’nyx protivorečijax pozdnevizantijskogo goroda,” Antičnaja drevnost’ i srednie veka, 8 (1972), pp. 95-107.

31. “The Christianization of Kievan Rus’,” Polish Review, 5:4, pp. 29-35.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

32. “Note additionnelle [Les trouvailles de Saraçhane (Istanbul) et l’église Saint-Poly­eucte],” Byzantion, 29-30 (1959-1960), p. 386.

33. (with Cyril Mango), “A New Manuscript of De Cerimoniis,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 14, pp. 247-249 + 2 plates.

Rev.:

P. Ch., in: Byzantinoslavica, 23:1 (1962), p. 147.

34. Review of Francis Dvornik, The Idea of Apostolicity in Byzantium and the Legend of the Apostle Andrew (Cambridge, Mass., 1958), in: American Slavic and East Euro­pe­an Review [Slavonic Review], 19:1, pp. 134-137.

35. Review of J. Verpeaux, Nicéphore Choumnos, homme d’état et humaniste byzantin (ca 1250/1255-1327) (Paris, 1959), in: Speculum, 35:3, pp. 490-494.

1961

36. “The Decline of Byzantium Seen Through the Eyes of its Intellectuals, Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 15, pp. 169-186.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) F. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 55:1 (1962), p. 136.

(2) E. Fr., in: Studii. Revista de istorie, 16:3 (1963), pp. 769-770.

37. “On a Lacuna in the ‘Life’ of Saint John the Younger (BHG3, no. 2192),” Analecta Bollandiana, 79:3-4, pp. 294-302.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) V. L., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 55:1 (1962), p. 151.

(2) M. W., in: Scriptorum, 16:1 (1962), p. 210.

38. (contributor), The American Historical Association’s Guide to Historical Litera­ture, Board of Editors: George Frederick Hove [et al.] (New York, The MacMillan Com­pany).

39. (with Cyril Mango), “Remains of the Church of St. Polyeuktos at Constanti­no­ple,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 15, pp. 243-247 + 16 plates.

Rev.:

F. W. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 55:1 (1962), p. 180.

40. Review of Oscar Halecki, From Florence to Brest (1439-1596) (Rome and New York, 1958), in: Slavonic Review, 20:3 (1961), pp. 523-527.

1962

41. La vie intellectuelle et politique à Byzance sous les premiers Paléologues. Études sur la polémique entre Théodore Métochite et Nicéphore Choumnos (= Corpus Bruxellense Historiae Byzantinae, Subsidia, 3) (Brussels), viii, 330 p.

Rev.:

(1) Henri Grégoire, in: Bulletin de la Classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques de l’Académie royale de Belgique, ser. 5, 48: 10-11, pp. 309-311.

(2) H. Hunger, in: Jahrbuch der österreichischen byzantinischen Gesellschaft, 11-12 (1962-1963), pp. 229-230.

(3) V. Laurent, in: Revue des études byzantines, 21 (1963), pp. 282-284.

(4) Pelopidas Stephanou, in: Orientalia Christiana Periodica, 29:2 (1963), pp. 507-509.

(5) B. Ferjančić, in: Jugoslovenski istorijski časopis,1964, no. 1, pp. 123-125.

(6) H. Hunger, in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 57:2 (1964), pp. 418-421.

(7) E. Frances, in: Studii. Revista de istorie, 5 (1964), pp. 1228-1229.

(8) F. Halkin, in: Analecta Bollandiana, 82 (1964), pp. 267-268.

(9) A. K[aždan], in: Vizantijskij vremennik, 24 (1964), p. 257.

(10) R. Guilland, in: Byzantinoslavica, 25:2 (1964), pp. 308-309.

(11) J. Verpeaux, in: Byzantinoslavica, 26:1 (1965), pp. 148-152.

(12) Milton V. Anastos, in: AHR, 70:2 (1965), p. 515.

(13) J. M. Hussey, in: Journal of Theological Studies, n.s. 16:1 (1965), pp. 228-230.

(14) Joan M. Hussey, in: English Historical Review, 80 (no. 315) (1965), pp. 382-383.

(15) Wanda Wolska, in: Revue historique, 234 (1965), pp. 180-182.

(16) Speros Vryonis, Jr., in: Speculum, 42:4 (1966), pp. 758-759.

(17) N. Svoronos, in: Revue belge de philologie et d’histoire, 45:3 (1967), pp. 929-934.

(18) (unsigned), in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 16:4 (1967), p. 375.

(19) Maria Bauer, in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 17: 2/3 (1968), p. 232.

42. “The Illuminators of the Menologium of Basil II,” in: Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 16, pp. 243-276 + 19 plates.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

(1) A. Frolov, in: Byzantinoslavica, 26:2 (1965), pp. 404-408.

(2) J. G., in: Scriptorum, 18:2 (1964), p. 331.

43. “A Postscript on Nicolas Cabasilas’ ‘Anti-Zealot Discourse,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 16, pp. 403-408.

(Cf. also no. 20, 26, 29.)

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) J. G., in: Scriptorum, 18:2 (1964), p. 331.

(2) Irm., in: Byzantinoslavica 30:1 (1969), p. 171.

44. “Byzantine Cultural Influences,” in: C. E. Black (ed.), Rewriting Russian History: Soviet Interpretations of Russia’s Past, 2nd ed., rev. (New York, Vintage Books = Vintage Russian Library). Part 2: The Application of Theory: Selected Examples, chapter 6, pp. 141-191.

(Reprint of no. 24.)

45. (with Cyril Mango), “Additional Note on the Tombs and Obits of the Byzantine Emperors,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 16, pp. 61-63.

1963

46. “Votive Inscription by Theodora, Containing Exodus 19: 16-18,” in: Kurt Weitz­mann and Ihor Ševčenko, “The Moses Cross at Sinai,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 17, pp. 385-390 [ibid., pp. 391-398] + 18 plates.

(Reprinted, with additions, in no. 133.)

Rev.:

Sk., in: Byzantinoslavica, 26:2 (1965), p. 471.

47. “Byzantine Elements,” under “Elements of the Ukrainian Culture,” in: Ukraine: A Concise Encyclopaedia, ed. Volodymyr Kubijovyč ([Toronto] University of Toronto Press), vol. I, pp. 933-940.

(Reprinted 1970, c 1973.)

1964

48. “Three Paradoxes of the Cyrillo-Methodian Mission,” Slavonic Review, 23:2, pp. 220-236.

Also issued as:

(1) Columbia University, Russian Institute [Publications, 1] [New York]

(2) The Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History, E-196 (Indianapolis, Ind.).

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

Irm., in: Byzantinoslavica, 29:2 (1968), p. 507.

49. “The Civitas Russorum and the Alleged Falsification of the Latin Excom­mu­ni­ca­tion Bull of 1054 by Kerullarios,” in: Actes du XIIe Congrès International d’Études Byzantines, Ochride, 10-16 septembre 1961, 2 (Belgrade, 1964), pp. 203-212.

Rev.:

(1) F. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 57:2 (1964), p. 532.

(2) J. T., in: Scriptorum, 19:1 (1965), p. 183.

(3) (unsigned), in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 16: 2/3 (1967), p. 272.

50. “New Documents on Constantine Tischendorf and the Codex Sinaiticus,” Scripto­r­um, 18:1, pp. 55-80 + 15 plates.

Also issued as: Columbia University, Institute on East Central Europe [Publi­ca­tions, 2] [New York, 1965].

Rev.:

(1) Jean Duplacy, in: Revue des études grecques, 78 (no. 369-370) (1965), pp. 468-469.

(2) H. H., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 58:1 (1965), p. 186.

51. “Some Autographs of Nicephorus Gregoras,” in: Mélanges Georges Ostrogorsky, vol. 2, ed. Franjo Barišić (= Zbornik Radova Srpske Akademije nauka, Vizanto­loški institut, 8:2. Recueil des travaux de l’institut d’Études Byzantines) (Belgrade, “Naučno delo”), pp. 434-450, 8 fascimiles.

Also issued as: Columbia University, Institute on east Central Europe [Publica­tions, 1] [New York].

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

(1) R. G., in: Revue des études grecques, 78 (no. 360-370) (1965), pp. 491-492.

(2) F. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 58:1 (1965), p. 176.

(3) (unsigned), in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 16:4 (1967), p. 375.

52. “Yaroslav I,” in: Encyclopedia Americana: International Edition, 29 (New York), p. 652.

1965

53. “The Anti-Iconoclastic Poem in the Pantocrator Psalter,” Cahiers archéologiques, 15 (Paris), pp. 39-60, 9 figures.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

54. “Sviatoslav in Byzantine and Slavic Miniatures,” Slavonic Review, 24:4, pp. 709-713, 4 plates.

Rev.:

J. T., in: Byzantion, 37 (1967), p. 450.

55. “Inscription Commemorating Sisinnios, ‘Curator’ of Tzurulon (A. D. 813),” Byzantion, 35, pp. 564-574 + 2 plates.

Rev.:

R. G., in: Byzantinoslavica, 29:1 (1968), p. 221.

56. Review of T. D. Mosconas, Catalogue of MSS of the Patriarchal Library of Alexandria, 2nd ed. (Salt Lake City, 1965), in: Journal of Biblical Literature, 84:4, pp. 333-335.

57. Review of I. U. Budovnic, Obščestvenno-političeskaja mysl’ drevnej Rusi (XI-XIV vv.) (Moscow, 1960), in: American Historical Review, 71:1, p. 138.

1966

58. “On Some Sources of Prince Svjatoslav’s Izbornik of the Year 1076,” in: Orbis Scriptus: Dmitrij Tschižewskij zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. Dietrich Gerhardt, Wiktor Weintraub, Hans-Jürgen zum Winkel(Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag), pp. 723-738.

Also issued as: Columbia University, Russian Institute [Publications, 6] [New York].

Rev.:

J. T., in: Byzantion, 37 (1967), pp. 449-450.

59. “The Early Period of the Sinai Monastery in Light of its Inscriptions,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 20, pp. 255-264 + 18 plates,

60. “Russo-Byzantine Relations after the Eleventh Century,” in: “Supplementary Pa­pers to: G. G. Litavrin, A. P. Každan, Z. V. Udal’cova, ‘Otnošenija Drevnej Rusi i Vizantii v XI — pervoj polovine XIII v.,” by 1. Ihor Ševčenko; 2. Fairy von Li­lien­­field,” Thirteenth International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Oxford 1966. Supple­men­tary Papers: Summaries (Oxford), pp. 19-24.

(Cf. also no. 62.)

61. “George Christos Soulis, 1927-1966,” Slavonic Review, 25:4, pp. 720-722.

1967

62. “Russo-Byzantine Relations after the Eleventh Century,” in: Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Oxford, 5-10 September 1966, ed. J. M. Hussey, D. Obolensky, S. Runciman (London, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press), pp. 93-104 + 2 figures.

(Cf. also no. 60.)

Rev.:

D. M. N., in: Byzantinoslavica, 29:1 (1968), p. 255.

63. “Epigram Honoring the Praeses of Caria Oikoumenios,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 21, p. 286 + 4 plates.

(Cf. also no. 68.)

64. “The Greek Source of the Inscription on Solomon’s Chalice in the Vita Con­stan­tini,” in: To Honor Roman Jakobson: Essays on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, 11 October 1966, vol. 3 ([The Hague]), Mouton), pp. 1806-1817 + 1 plate.

65. “Muscovy’s Conquest of Kazan: Two Views Reconciled,” [Discussion] Slavonic Review, 26:4, pp. 541-547.

Rev.:

(unsigned), in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 23:2/3 (1974), p. 246.

66. “Rozważania nad ‘Szachami’ Jana Kochanowskiego,” Pamiętnik Literacki, 58:2, pp. 341-361 (translated from the English by Maria Gottwald).

67. Review of Regesten der Kaiserurkunden des oströmischen Reiches von 565 bis 1453, comp. Franz Dölger, pt. 5 (Schluss): Regesten von 1341-1453 (Munich and Berlin, 1965), in: Historische Zeitschrift, 204:2, pp. 349-354

1968

68. “A Late Antique Epigram and the So-Called Elder Magistrate From Aphrodisias,” in: Synthronon. Art et archéologie de la fin de l’Antiquité et du Moyen Age. Re­cueil d’études par André Grabar et un groupe de ses disciples … (= Bib­lio­thèque des Cahiers Archéologiques, 2) (Paris: Librairie C. Klincksieck), pp. 29-41, 3 illus.

69. “On the Preface to a Praktikon by Alyates,” Jahrbuch der österreichischen byzantinischen Gesellschaft, 17, pp. 65-72 + 1 plate.

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

J. K., in: Byzantinoslavica, 30:2 (1969), p. 327.

70. “New Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire” (Review Article on: The Cambridge Medieval History, vol. 4: The Byzantine Empire, pt. 1: Byzantium and Its Neighbours, ed. J. M. Hussey, with the assistance of D. M. Nicol and G. Cowan [Cambridge, 1966], in: Slavonic Review, 27:1, pp. 109-118.

1969

71. “Two Varieties of Historical Writing,” History and Theory, 8:3, pp. 332-345.

(For Polish translation, see no. 98.)

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

72. “A Byzantine Inscription from Silistra Reinterpreted,” Revue des études sud-est européennes, 7:4, pp. 591-598.

Rev.:

I. P., in: Byzantinoslavica, 32:1 (1971), p. 167.

Disc.:

Maciej Salamon, “Some Notes on an Inscription from Medieval Silistra (c. 976),” Revue des études sud-est européennes, 9:3 (1971), pp. 487-496.

73. “Poems on the Death of Leo VI and Constantine VII in the Madrid Manuscript of Scylitzes,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 23-24, pp. 185-228 + 13 plates.

Rev.:

Va., in: Byzantinoslavica, 32:2 (1971), p. 371.

Disc.:

(1) J. Koder, “Der Fünfzehnsilber am kaiserlichen Hof um das Jahr 900,” in: Byzantinoslavica, 33:2 (1972), pp. 214-219.

(2) V. Tiftixoglu, “Digenes, das ‘Sophrosyne’—Gedicht des Meliteniotes und der byzantinische Fünfzehnsilber,” in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 67:1 (1974), esp. pp. 54-57.

(3) A. Kambylis, “Zum Gedicht auf den Tod des Kaisers Konstantin VII. Porphyrogennetos im Scylitzes Matritensis,” in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 72:2 (1979), pp. 297-305.

(4) B. Lavagnini, Alle origini del verso politico (Palermo, 1983), passim.

1970

74. “The Inscription of Justin II’s Time on the Mevlevihane (Rhesion) Gate at Istan­bul,” Zbornik Radova Srpske Akademije nauka, Vizantološki institut, 12, p. 1-8 + 2 plates.

Rev.:

(1) Va., in: Byzantinoslavica, 32:2 (1971), p. 400.

(2) F. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 64:1 (1971), p. 291.

75. “A Neglected Byzantine Source of Muscovite Political Ideology,” in: The Structure of Russian History: Interpretative Essays, ed. Michael Cherniavsky (New York, Random House), pp. 80-107.

(Reprinted from no. 19.)

76. “Preface,” to: Ivan Dujčev, Slavia Orthodoxa: Collected Studies in the History of the Slavic Middle Ages (London, Variorum Reprints), pp. i-iv.

77. member, editorial board, Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies, published by the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1970—(editor from 1976—).

1971

77. “Théodore Métochite, Chora et les courants intellectuels de l’époque,” in: Art et société à Byzance sous les Paléologues. Actes du Colloque organisé par l’Asso­ciation Internationale des Études Byzantines à Venise en septembre 1968 (Bibliothèque de l’Institut Héllénique d’Études Byzantines et Post-byzantines de Venise, 4) (Venice, Stamperia di Venezia), pp. 15-39. (This French translation [by André Guillou] appeared before the English original, cf. no. 96, which alone contains complete critical apparatus.)

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

(1) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 64:2, p. 412.

(2) François Masai, in: Scriptorum, 27:2 (1972), p. 417.

78. “The Date and the Author of the So-Called Fragments of Toparcha Gothicus,” Bulletin d’information et de coordination de l’Association Internationale des Études Byzantines, 5 (Athens and Paris), pp. 71-95.

(Cf. nos. 80, 97.)

Rev.:

(1) V. L., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 64:2, p. 410.

(2) Va., in: Byzantinoslavica, 33:2 (1972), p. 277.

(3) F. M., in: Scriptorum, 27:1 (1973), p. 213.

Disc.:

K. A. Osipova, “Vizantinovedenie na XIII Meždunarodnom Kongresse Istoričeskix Nauk,” Vizantijskij vremennik, 33 (1972), pp. 251, 255.

79. “Society and Intellectual Life in the Fourteenth Century,” in: XIVe Congrès International des Études Byzantines, Bucarest, 6-12 septembre 1971: Rapports, 1 (Bucharest, l’Académie des Sciences de la République Socialiste de Roumanie), pp. 7-30.

(Cf. also an improved version in no. 93.)

Rev.:

H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 64:2, p. 456.

80. “The Date and Author of the So-called Fragments of Toparcha Goticus,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 25, pp. 115-188 + 28 plates.

(Cf. also nos. 78, 97).

Rev.:

(1) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 65:1 (1972), p. 131.

(2) L., in: Byzantinoslavica, 33:2 (1972), pp. 276-277.

(3) A. Leroy-Molinghen, in: Scriptorum, 27:1 (1973), pp. 213-214.

(4) A. L-M., in: Byzantion, 42 (1976), p. 624.

Disc.:

(1) Iv. Božilov, “Hase’s Anonym and Ihor Ševčenko’s Hypothesis,” Byzantino-Bulgarica, 5 (Sofia, 1978), pp. 245-259.

(2) Idem, “’Anonim”t na Xaze’ i xipotezata na Ihor Ševčenko,” in his Anonim”t na Xaze, B”lgarija i Vizantija na dolni Dunav i kraja na IX vek (suppl. 1) (Sofia, 1979), pp. 132-146.

81. “On the Social Background of Cyril and Methodius,” Studia Palaeoslovenica (Prague, Academia), pp. 341-351.

Rev.:

I. P., in: Byzantinoslavica, 33:2 (1972), p. 320.

82. “Intellectual History,” under “The Cambridge and Soviet Histories of the Byzantine Empire,” Slavonic Review, 30:3, pp. 624-634.

1972

83. “On Pantoleon the Painter,” in: Festschrift für Otto Demus zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. Herbert Hunger und Marcell Restle (= Jahrbuch der österreichischen Byzantinistik, 21) (Vienna), pp. 241-249 + 8 illus.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

(1) J. K., in: Byzantinoslavica, 34:2 (1973), p. 313.

(2) Irm., in: Revue des études sud-est européennes, 14:1 (1976), p. 188.

84. “Inscription in Honor of Empress Eudoxia (CIL, III, 1, nr. 736),” Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U. S., 12:1-2 (33-34) (1969-1972), pp. 204-216, 1 plare.

Rev.:

(1) Fe., in: Byzantinoslavica, 35:2 (1974), pp. 278-279.

(2) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 67:2 (1974), p. 570.

(3) Jeanne Robert and Louis Robert, in: Bulletin épigraphique(= Revue des études grecques 87 [1974], pp. 186-340), p. 244.

85. (with C. Mango), “Three Inscriptions of the Reigns of Anastasius I and Constan­tine V,” Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 65:2, pp. 379-393.

Rev.:

Fe., in: Byzantinoslavica, 34:2 (1973), p. 289.

86. “[A Memorial Adress for Henry Lithgow Roberts on November 1, 1972, in St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University],” in: Henry Lithgow Roberts: In Memoriam [New York, Russian Institute], pp. 16-17.

1973

87. “The Corpus of Dated Byzantine Inscriptions,” in: Akten des VI. Internationalen Kongresses für die Griechische und Lateinische Epigraphik, München 1972 (= Vestigia, 17) (Munich, C. H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung), p. 526.

Rev.:

F. W. D., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 67:2 (1974), p. 570.

88. “Inscriptions,” in: The Monastery of Saint Catherine at Mount Sinai: The Church and Fortress of Justinian, plates by George H. Forsyth and Kurt Weitzmann, with Ihor Ševčenko and Fred Anderegg (Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press), pp. 19-20 and plates: 171: A-D; 172-173: A-D; 80-81: A-I; 102: A(1-2)-D.

89. (with Cyril Mango), “Some Churches and Monasteries on the Southern Shore of the Sea of Marmara,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 27, pp. 235-277 = 154 figures, 1 map.

Rev.:

(1) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 68:1 (1975), p. 210.

(2) J. S. A., in: Byzantinoslavica, 37:1 (1976), p. 125.

(3) Jacqueline Lafontaine-Dosogne, in: Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, 72:2 (1977), pp. 480-481.

(4) (unsigned), in: Ostkirchliche Studien, 26:2/3 (1977), p. 269.

90. Review of Kurt Weitzmann, Studies in Classical and Byzantine Manuscript Illumi­na­tion, ed. Herbert L. Kessler, with an introduction by Hugo Buchthal (Chicago and London, 1971), in: Slavonic Review, 32:1, pp. 154-156.

1976

91. “A Byzantine Inscription from the Period of Latin Domination in Constantino­ple,” in: Near Eastern Numismatics, Iconography, Epigraphy and History: Stu­dies in Honor of George C. Miles, ed. Dickran K. Kouyumjian ([Beirut]: Ame­ri­can University of Beirut}, pp. 383-386, 2 plates.

Rev.:

(1) Va., in: Byzantinoslavica, 36:1 (1975), p. 106.

(2) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 68:1 (1975), p. 285.

92. "Ljubomudrějšij Kyr” Agapit Diakon: On a Kiev Edition of a Byzantine Mirror of Princes, with a Facsimile Reproduction [= Supplement to Recenzija, 5:1] (Cam­bridge, Mass., Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute), 32 + xxxi pp.

Rev.:

(1) A. D., in: Revue des études sud-est européennes, 14:4, p. 7.

(2) J. S. A., in: Byzantinoslavica, 37:1 (1976), p. 87.

(3) George P. Majeska, in: Byzantine Studies / Études byzantines, 3:2 (1976), p. 115.

(4) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 69:1 (1976), p. 135.

(5) J. Mossay, in: Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, 72:1 (1977), p. 204.

93. “Society and Intellectual Life in the Fourteenth Century,” in: Actes du XIVe Congrès International des Études Byzantines, Bucarest, 6-12 septembre 1971, ed. M. Berza and E. Stănescu, 1 (Bucharest: Editura Academiei Republicii Socialiste România), pp. 69-92.

(Cf. also no. 79.)

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Also issued as: HURI Offprint Series, no. 7 (Cambridge, Mass.).

Rev.:

J. Mossay, in: Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, 72:1 (1977), p. 283.

94. Review of Paul Lemerle, Le premier humanisme byzantin: Notes et remarques sur l’enseignement et culture à Byzance des origines au Xe siècle (= Bibliothèque byzan­tine, Études, 6) (Paris, 1971), in: AHR, 79:5, pp. 1531-1535.

95. “Michael Cherniavsky: 1922-1973,” Slavonic Review, 33:3, pp. 864-866.

1975

96. “Theodore Metochites, The Chora, and the Intellectual Trends of His Time,” in: Paul A. Underwood, ed., The Kariye Djami, vol. 4: Studies in the Art of the Ka­riye Djami and its Intellectual Background (= Bollingen Series, 70) ([Princeton], Prince­­ton University Press), pp. [i-ii], 19-91.

(For French translation, see no. 77.)

(Cf. also nos. 115 and 129.)

Rev.:

(1) H.-G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 69:1 (1976), p. 139.

(2) J. Mossay, in: Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, 72:1 (1977), p. 206.

(3) C. S., in: Scriptorum, 31:1 (1977), p. 92.

97. “Preface,” to: Friedrich Westberg, ed., Die Fragmente des Toparcha Goticus (Ano­nymus Tauricus) aus dem 10. Jahrhundert. (= Subsidia Byzantina lucis ope iterata, 18) (Leipzig, Zentralantiquariat der DDR), pp. vii-xviii.

Rev.:

H. G. B., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 69:1 (1976), pp. 136-137.

97a. editor, Corpus Fontium Historiae Byzantinae, Series Washingtoniensis, begin­ning with volume 7 (= Dumbarton Oaks texts, 3), 1975 —.

1976

98. “Dwa rodzaje dzieł historycznych,” in: Pojęcia, problemy, metody współczesnej nauki o sztuce: Dwadzieścia sześć artykułów uczonych europejskich i amerykań­skich, selected, trans., and ed., with a preface by Jan Białostocki (Warsaw, Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe), pp. 424-442 (translated from the English [no. 71] by Paulina Ratkowska).

(Cf. also nos. 71 and 129.)

1977

99. “Hagiography of the Iconoclast Period,” in: Iconoclasm: Papers given at the Ninth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, University of Birmingham, March 1975, ed. A. Bryer and Judith Herrin (University of Birmingham: Centre for Byzantine Studies), pp. 113-131.

Also issued as: HURI Offprint Series, no. 16 (Cambridge, Mass.).

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

100. “Kosinitza 21, a Temporarily Lost Studite Manuscript Found Again,” Studia Codicologica (= Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur, TU 124) (Berlin), pp. 433-442 + 4 plates.

Rev.:

E. G., in: Byzantinoslavica, 40:1 (1979), p. 87.

101. “Storia letteraria,” in: La civiltà bizantina dal IV al IX secolo: Aspetti e problemi (Università degli Studi di Bari. Centro di Studi, 1, 1976) (Bari), pp. 87-173.

Rev.:

A. H., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 71:2 (1978), p. 431.

102. (with Omeljan Pritsak), “A Note from the Editors,” Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 1:1, pp. 5-6.

103. (with Ernst Kitzinger and John Meyendorff), “Faculty of Arts and Sciences — Memorial Minute: Francis Dvornik [Aug. 14, 1893—Nov. 4, 1975]. Scholar, Priest, Historian of the World,” Harvard Gazette, February 18, p. 7.

104. (with Astrik Gabriel and Gerhart B. Ladner), “Francis Dvornik,” Speculum, 51:3, pp. 573-575.

105. (with William Huse Dunham, Jr. and Ernst Kitzinger), “George Ostrogorsky,” Sp, 52:3, pp. 774-776.

106. (with Omeljan Pritsak), “Dmytro Čyževs’kyj, In Memoriam (23 March 1894—18 April 1977),” Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 1:3, pp. 379-397.

107. (with Omeljan Pritsak), “Orest Zilyns’kyj, In Memoriam (12 April 1923—16 July 1976),” Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 1:2, pp. 262-267.

1978

108. “Agapetus East and West: The Fate of a Byzantine ‘Mirror of Princes,’” Revue des études sud-est européennes, 16:1, pp. 3-44.

Also issued as: HURI Offprint Series, no. 22 (Cambridge, Mass.).

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Disc.:

N. E. Koposov, “‘Nastavlenie’ Agapita i zapadnoevropejskaja političeskaja mysl’ XVI-XVII vv. (Agapit i Erasm),” Vizantijskij vremennik, 43 (1982), pp. 90-97 (cf. pp. 90, 91).

109. “A New Manuscript of Nicephorus Blemmydes’ ‘Imperial Statue’, and of Some Patriarchal Letters,” in: To Honor Ivan Dujčev: Essays on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, ed. Walter K. Hanak (= Byzantine Studies / Études byzantines, 5:1-2, pp. 222-232, 2 facsimiles) (Tempe, Arizona).

(Reprinted in no. 122.)

Rev.:

F. H., in: Analecta Bollandiana, 98:1-2 (1980), p. 230.

110. “Byzantium and the Eastern Slavs after 1453,” Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 2:1, pp. 5-25.

(Reprinted in no. 129.)

Rev.:

A. H., in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 73:1 (1980), p. 149.

111. “Storia letteraria,” in: La civiltà bizantina dal IX all’XI secolo. Aspetti e proble­mi (Università degli studi di Bari. Centro di Studi Bizantini. Corsi di studi, 2, 1977) (Bari) pp. 89-127.

Also issued as: HURI Offprint Series, no. 26 (Cambridge, Mass.).

112. (with Cyril Mango), “Some Recently Acquired Byzantine Inscriptions at the Istanbul Archeological Museum,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 32, pp. 1-27 + 34 plates.

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