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Seals, Byzantine

The articles of Studies in Byzantine Sigillography deal with all aspects of Byzantine sigillography: presentation of new finds, discussion of new methods, questions of the political and ecclesiastical administration of Byzantinum, prosopography, historical geography, and art historical and iconographical problems. In addition, the volumes contain a loosely arranged list of Byzantine seals, which have been published in essays and auction catalogues, thus enabling those from more obscure publications to be located and identified.

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Jean-Claude Cheynet , Claudia Sode. The Katepanate of Paradounavon according to the Sphragistic Data.

Since the holder is an ecclesiastical figure, the authors form the plausible hypothesis that the seal was used on a cloth protecting a relic. The next two chapters include seals without any mention of office or title, bearing the name and family name chapter 7 or only the first name of the holder chapter 8.

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Chapter 7 offers valuable information on important or less important Byzantine families. Chapters 9 and 10 present two types of seals that do not identify their owner.

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Anonymous seals bear metrical or non-metrical inscriptions on both faces, while iconographic seals are characterized by the exclusive presence of religious iconography — for the most part representations of the Virgin, the Archangel Michael and popular saints. The catalogue closes with a section on seals of uncertain reading classified according to the groups established in previous chapters. Besides several useful indexes personal names, offices and titles, place names, metrical inscriptions, iconographic themes, noteworthy expressions , the book also provides us with a glossary, where the reader can conveniently recur to find short explanations of the offices and titles mentioned in the catalogue.

The glossary is rightly one of the parts chosen to be translated into Turkish. Unfortunately, the use of Gallicized forms for the offices and dignities in the main catalogue makes the concordance with the Turkish glossary sometimes difficult, since the listing here is usually, but not always, made in the original, Greek form [e. The small inconsistencies and omissions listed previously as well as minor errors in Greek and Romanian titles in the bibliography and in legend transcriptions are insignificant compared to the volume of the presented material and the high standards of scientific research and editorial presentation — the latter due in large part to the Istanbul Research Institute.

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The catalogue is of exemplary nature not only as far as scientific methodology is concerned, but also as a model of collaboration between Turkish and non-Turkish scholars, 6 that will hopefully find many followers in the near future, thus bringing into light valuable evidence from the heart of the empire. Note: Jean-Claude Cheynet participated as an examiner in the defence board of the author of the present review in , a fact that did not affect her impartiality as a reviewer. Cheynet J.

Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium of Byzantine Sigillography , Wiesbaden , Forthcoming publications of excavated material include the lead seals from Amorion O. Several specimens from the Istanbul collection were also included in publications by V.

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Laurent, W. Seibt and A. Moreover, there are seals with known provenances e. It is not clear whether the Istanbul collection lacks these artifacts or whether the authors could not trace them among the rich numismatic holdings of the museum, where, as a rule, this kind of seals used to be kept until recently. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter.

Popular Features. New Releases. Studies in Byzantine Sigillography: v. Description For several years now, sigillography as an independent subject in the field of Byzantine studies, has received increasing attention from both Byzantine studies and related disciplines, because it is the only area still able to provide plenty of yet undiscovered material for research and study.


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