Byzantium and the Slavs

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St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1994 - History - 323 pages
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The essays which comprise this book aim to identify and discuss aspects of the Byzantium heritage, whose principal beneficiaries were the Greeks, the Slavs and, most prominently, Russia. These 12 studies divide into three groups: the first is concerned with general aspects of Slavo-Byzantine relations; the second deals with the specific features of the acculturation process; and the third, which includes among others Russia's Byzantine Heritage is concerned with the contacts between Byzantium and medieval Russia.

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HARRY WILLETTS has translated numerous books from the Russian, including Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's The Gulag Archipelago (with Thomas P. Whitney), The Oak and the Calf, August 1914, and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, the authorised English translation, approved by the author himself.

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