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The letter of love and concord : a revised diplomatic edition with historical and textual comments and English translation

Author: Zaroui Pogossian
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.
Series: Medieval Mediterranean, v. 88.
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The Letter of Love and Concord is a unique source, which allows us a glimpse into the political and religious aspirations of the Armenian Cilician elite at the end of the twelfth century, alluding to its hopes and expectations from the Crusades and the Church of Rome, as well as its uneasy relationship with the Byzantine Empire. The Letter is especially valuable for the wealth of information it contains on the royal  Read more...
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Letter of love and concord. English.
Letter of love and concord.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010
(DLC) 2010049076
(OCoLC)689003467
Named Person: Tiridates, King of Armenia; Gregory, the Illuminator Saint; Constantine, Emperor of Rome; Sylvester, Pope; Constantine, Emperor of Rome; Gregory, the Illuminator Saint; Sylvester, Pope; Tiridates, King of Armenia
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Zaroui Pogossian
ISBN: 9789004191891 9004191895 9789004192102 9004192107
OCLC Number: 729872723
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 475 pages).
Contents: Acknowledgements; Introduction and Presentation of the Text; 1: The Historical and Religious Situation in Cilician Armenia in the Second Half of the Twelfth and Beginning of the Thirteenth Century; 2: The Textual Environment and the Sources of the Letter of Love and Concord; 3: The Description and the Relationship of Manuscripts, Grammar, Language; Stemmas of Manuscript Relationships; The Letter of Love and Concord (Armenian and English); Appendix A: Misplaced Text-Blocks; Appendix 1: Provinces of the Eastern Roman Empire Listed in TD.
Series Title: Medieval Mediterranean, v. 88.
Other Titles: Letter of love and concord.
Responsibility: by Zaroui Pogossian.

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The book presents a comprehensive analysis of the "Letter of Love and Concord." This revised diplomatic edition based on the study of sixty nine manuscripts, explores its numerous written, material,  Read more...

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