Christian-Muslim Relations 600 - 1500

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 Philoponēma Kōnstantinou basileōs hyiou Leontos peri tōn thematōn tōn anēkontōn tē basileia tōn Rhomaiōn. Pothen eschon tas onomasias kai ti sēmainousin hai toutōn prosēgoriai kai hoti ta men autōn archaizousi ta de nean ektēsanto tēn prosēgorian
(1,732 words)

De thematibus

The work of love of the Emperor Constantine son of Leo on the themes which belong to the empire of the Romans. From where do they have their names, what do the appellations of these mean and that some of them are of ancient origin and others have new appellations, On the themes

Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus

Date: 934-44 or after 952 or after 944

Original Language: Greek

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This treatise was composed by the Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus or …

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Vaiou, Maria, “ Philoponēma Kōnstantinou basileōs hyiou Leontos peri tōn thematōn tōn anēkontōn tē basileia tōn Rhomaiōn. Pothen eschon tas onomasias kai ti sēmainousin hai toutōn prosēgoriai kai hoti ta men autōn archaizousi ta de nean ektēsanto tēn prosēgorian”, in: Christian-Muslim Relations 600 - 1500, General Editor David Thomas. Consulted online on 19 August 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1877-8054_cmri_COM_23834>
First published online: 2010



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