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Külzer, Andreas – Veronika Polloczek – Mihailo St. Popović (Hrsg.) : Raum und Geschichte. Der historische Atlas "Tabula Imperii Byzantini" an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Andreas Külzer – Veronika Polloczek – Mihailo St. Popović (Hrsg.), Raum und Geschichte. Der historische Atlas "Tabula Imperii Byzantini" an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften(Studies in Historical Geography and Cultural Heritage, 3)Novi Sad 2020ISBN 978-86-6263-305-7 239 S./pp., zahlr. Farb- und S/W-Taf./num. colour and b/w-pls., 22,5 x 14 cm; kartoniert/hardcover

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Külzer, Andreas (Hrsg.) : Herbert Hunger und die Wiener Schule der Byzantinistik. Rückblick und Ausblick
Andreas Külzer (Hrsg.), Herbert Hunger und die Wiener Schule der Byzantinistik. Rückblick und Ausblick(Studies in Historical Geography and Cultural Heritage, 2)Novi Sad 2019ISBN 978-86-6263-243-2 350 S./pp., zahlr. Farb- und S/W-Taf./num. colour and b/w-pls., 22,5 x 14 cm; kartoniert/hardcover

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Külzer, Andreas – Mihailo St. Popović (Hrsg.) : Space, landscapes and settlements in Byzantium: Studies in historical geography of the Eastern Mediterranean Presented to Johannes Koder
Andreas Külzer – Mihailo St. Popović (Hrsg.), Space, landscapes and settlements in Byzantium: Studies in historical geography of the Eastern Mediterranean Presented to Johannes Koder (Studies in Historical Geography and Cultural Heritage, 1)Novi Sad 2017ISBN 978-86-6263-191-6 526 S./pp., Illustrationen, Karten, 22,5 x 14 cm; kartoniert/hardcoverBeiträge teilweise englisch, teilweise deutsch, 1 Beitrag russisch in kyrillischer Schrift

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Bender, Ludovic : Ermitages et monastères rupestres byzantins de Laconie (Péloponnèse). Archéologie et paysages
Ludovic Bender, Ermitages et monastères rupestres byzantins de Laconie (Péloponnèse). Archéologie et paysages(Studies in Historical Geography and Cultural Heritage, 4)Novi Sad 2022ISBN 978-86-6263-412-2 381 S./pp., 79 Farb- und S/W-Taf./colour and b/w-pls., CD-ROM; 22,5 x 14 cm; kartoniert/hardcover The landscape of the Southeast Peloponnese (Laconia, Greece), a very important region of the Empire in the context of the late Byzantine period, was comprised of important bishopric centers, such as Mistra and Monemvasia, as well as numerous villages, powerful monastic foundations, and smaller hermitages frequently built in caves and isolated settings. Grounded both on systematic fieldwork and detailed surveys of the monuments, this book is the first comprehensive study of the eremitical and monastic landscapes of the region. It investigates the interactions of isolated hermits and established communities, the relationships of large monasteries to smaller foundations, and the interweaving of monastic and rural economies. It aims at identifying the monks themselves, their preoccupations and aspirations, which are reflected not only by the choice of the patron saints of the holy places they founded or the content of the painted decoration but also by the choice of location or a deep relationship with natural elements of the landscape.

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