L. Zavagno, “’Island not the last frontier: Insular Model in Early Medieval Mediterranean (ca. 650-ca. 850).” In G. D’Angelo- J.M Ribeiro (eds.), Borders and Conflict in the Mediterranean Basin. Salerno: IMK, 2016, pp. 55-77.

 

Borders and Conflicts in the Mediterranean Basin, second issue of the ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge bookseries, has been published. The book collects your article about the history of the Mediterranean from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Era.

http://www.mediterraneanknowledge.org/publications/index.php/bookseries/issue/view/9

25-27 November 2016 Amorium: A Byzantine Provincial Capital in the setting of Empire

http://amoriumurbarch.blogspot.com.tr/2016/11/workshop-on-amorium-and-middle.html

 

An international workshop organized by the Amorium Urban Archaeology Project, Institute of Mediterranean Studies / Foundation for Research & Technology – Hellas (ΙΤΕ). Convener: Nikos Tsivikis
The program and workshop is funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation

Σύλλογος Ελλήνων Αρχαιολόγων  Ερμού 134, 10553 Athens, Greece

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Outlandish Knight: The Byzantine Life of Steven Runciman — Byzantine Blog

By the time he died, in 2000 at the age of 97, Sir Steven Runciman knew that he was a “‘relict of a past age’”, the “embodiment of a…nearly mythical era.” Minoo Dinshaw’s brilliantly entertaining biography of the great historian of Byzantium restores him to public view and provides a vivid picture of many aspects […]

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