Byzantine Monuments and Topography of the Pontos, vol. I by Anthony Bryer, David Winfield

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Guilland, "Recherches sur l'histoire administrative de l'Empire Byzantin: Le Despote," 52-89 Hasluck, BSA, 17 (1911) F. W. Hasluck, "Genoese monuments at Trebizond," 141-42 Heyd, Commerce W. Heyd, Histoire du commerce du Levant au Moyen Age, trans. F. Reynaud, 2 vols. (Leipzig, 1885-86) Honigmann, Byzantion, 11 (1936) E. Honigmann, "Recherches sur les listes de peres de Nicee et de Constantinople," 429-49 Honigmann, Ostgrenze E. Honigmann, Die Ostgrenze des byzantinischen Reiches (Brussels, 1935) Ioannides, Historia S.

The importance of the region's singular geography to Pontic history was first, and most attractively, demonstrated by Fallmerayer, Trapezunt, 286-312. Among modern commentators, de Planhol's work is the most challenging (and, sometimes, misleading): "Chaines pontiques," 2-12; and Fondements, passim. A. A. M. B. has made three attempts to relate Pontic geography to history: Thesis (1967), 1, 31-84; II, 7-27; Neo-Hellenika, 1 (1970), 33-36; and DOP, 29 (1975), 93-96. The text of this chapter represents D.

Bryer, Jane, Isaac, and D. Winfield, "Nineteenth-century monuments in the city and vilayet of Trebizond: Architectural and historical notes, Part 4," 126-310. Cf. Ballance, Bryer, and Winfield, AP, 28 (1966); Bryer, AP, 29 (1968); and Bryer and Winfield, AP, 30 (1970) Bryer and Winfield, AP, 30 (1970) A. Bryer and D. Winfield, "Nineteenth-century monuments in the city and vilayet of Trebizond: Architectural and historical notes, Part 3," 228-385. Cf. Ballance, Bryer and Winfield, AP, 28 (1966); Bryer, AP, 29 (1968); and Bryer, Isaac, and Winfield, AP, 32 (1972-73) Bryer and Winfield, AP, 33 (1976) A.

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