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Author Index of Byzantine Studies I & II

The Index was started originally in the 1930's by Professor Robert P. Blake of Harvard University as a cumulative index of bibliographical entries in the Byzantinische Zeitschrift. In 1942 the enterprise was transferred to Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. Conceived primarily as an alphabetical author catalogue, the index was enriched further with references cited in Krumbacher. Concurrently, a catalogue of Slavic authors in the Cyrillic alphabet was completed with references from 77 journals published in Russian and other Slavic languages, most of them before 1917.

A cumulative index of all annotated bibliographical entries published in the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift (1982-1990), and of references from other sources. The Author Index II at Dumbarton Oaks is the continuation of the Author Index of Byzantine Studies published in 1986. Present author catalogue is a cumulative index of all annotated bibliographical entries published in the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift from volume 75, for the year 1982 through volume 83, issued in 1990.

Other than the entries from the Byzantinische Zeitschrift the Index includes references as they were recorded in bibliographical publications of the CIBAL ( Centre International d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balkanique et méditerranéenne, Sofia, 1982-1989), and in the publications of the Russian Academy of Sciences ( Ukazatel sovetskikh rabot po vizantinovedeniiu opublikovanuykh v SSSR v 1981-1986 g., Leningrad, 1986, and Sovetskoe vizantinovedenie; ukazatel literatury 1986-1990, Moscow, 1991).

At present, the Author Index II occupies at Dumbarton Oaks 94 drawers with over 100,000 cards in the catalogue cabinets. The arrangement of the Index is alphabetical by authors – classical, mediaeval, and modern - in one sequence. Under the classical authors both their texts and modern studies about them are included. In addition to the author file there are the following sections: Titles, representing mediaeval anonymous works as well as modern collective works; Festschriften, in which all articles published in a Festschrift are collected under the name of the scholar in whose honor the volume was issued; Personalia, where information on scholars is included; Catalogues, section in which are collected museums and exhibitions catalogues, those of the private collections, and, sales catalogues. The last section is on Congresses, where information on articles published in the Acts and Proceedings of various congresses are recorded.

The Author Index II along with the Author Index I is a major bibliographical tool at Dumbarton Oaks, in daily use by students of all aspects of Byzantine history and civilization, patristic studies, and Slavic studies, as well as by scholars pursuing Late Antique studies, and, Western Mediaeval and Arabic relations with Byzantium.
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Edited by J.S. Allen

Author Index of Byzantine Studies I

The Index was started originally in the 1930's by Professor Robert P. Blake of Harvard University as a cumulative index of bibliographical entries in the Byzantinische Zeitschrift. In 1942 the enterprise was transferred to Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. Conceived primarily as an alphabetical author catalogue, the index was enriched further with references cited in Krumbacher. Concurrently, a catalogue of Slavic authors in the Cyrillic alphabet was completed with references from 77 journals published in Russian and other Slavic languages, most of them before 1917.
The Author Index I along with the Author Index II is a major bibliographical tool at Dumbarton Oaks, in daily use by students of all aspects of Byzantine history and civilization, patristic studies, and Slavic studies, as well as by scholars pursuing Late Antique studies, and, Western Mediaeval and Arabic relations with Byzantium.

This collection is also included in the Author Index of Byzantine Studies I & II collection.
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Edited by J.S. Allen

Author Index of Byzantine Studies II

The Index was started originally in the 1930's by Professor Robert P. Blake of Harvard University as a cumulative index of bibliographical entries in the Byzantinische Zeitschrift. In 1942 the enterprise was transferred to Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. Conceived primarily as an alphabetical author catalogue, the index was enriched further with references cited in Krumbacher. Concurrently, a catalogue of Slavic authors in the Cyrillic alphabet was completed with references from 77 journals published in Russian and other Slavic languages, most of them before 1917.
The Author Index II along with the Author Index I is a major bibliographical tool at Dumbarton Oaks, in daily use by students of all aspects of Byzantine history and civilization, patristic studies, and Slavic studies, as well as by scholars pursuing Late Antique studies, and, Western Mediaeval and Arabic relations with Byzantium.

This collection is also included in the Author Index of Byzantine Studies I & II collection.
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