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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung
      Pages
      179-180
      Author (review)
      • Schaller, Martin
      Language (review)
      Deutsch
      Language (monograph)
      English
      Editor (monograph)
      • Beihammer, Alexander Daniel
      • Agapētos, Panagiōtēs
      • Constantinou, Stavroula
      • Parani, Maria
      Title
      Court Ceremonies and Rituals of Power in Byzantium and the Medieval Mediterranean. Comparative Perspectives
      Subtitle
      Comparative Perspectives
      Year of publication
      2013
      Place of publication
      Leiden [u.a.]
      Publisher
      Brill
      Series
      The Medieval Mediterranean. Peoples, Economics and Cultures, 400–1500
      Series (vol.)
      98
      Number of pages
      XVIII, 585
      ISBN
      978-90-04-25686-6
      Subject classification
      Political History, Social and Cultural History
      Time classification
      Middle Ages
      Regional classification
      Ancient World → South Eastern Europe, Byzantine Empire / ancient
      Subject headings
      Byzantinisches Reich
      Hofzeremoniell
      Mittelmeerraum
      recensio.net-ID
      956ef69b9b4e4769bdbb8668f21f40c7
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.1794581102
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Alexander Daniel Beihammer / Panagiōtēs Agapētos / Stavroula Constantinou / Maria Parani (eds.): Court Ceremonies and Rituals of Power in Byzantium and the Medieval Mediterranean. Comparative Perspectives (reviewed by Martin Schaller)