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Byzantina Sorbonensia

Edited by Sophie Métivier

Byzantium, an enclosed world of splendour with its palaces, churches, and subsistence economy: nothing could be more wrong than these common places inherited from the Enlightenment, nor further from what recent work has revealed. The Byzantine world remains to be discovered and this is the goal of this collection from the Institut de Recherches sur Byzance, l’Islam et la Méditerranée au Moyen ge (IRBIMMA) of the History Department of the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Byzantina Sorbonensia publishes the results of recent scientific research, both individual and collective, on the Byzantine world in various fields: social, economic, political and religious history, geography, etc. All these works shed light on the developments that allowed Byzantium to maintain, from antiquity to the Middle Ages, a unique place in the medieval Mediterranean world.

ISSN (Print version): 0398-7965

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