A Byzantine Artist, Named and Known: The Painter Ioannis Pagomenos on the Cusp of Early Modernity [Paper No: 1612-b]
A Multiverse of Borders [Paper No: 113-c]
Adulter versus Moechus: The Impact of the Greek Language on the Terminology of Adultery in Christian Latin [Paper No: 1620-b]
Amuletic and Gospel Texts: The Power of 'And' [Paper No: 530-a]
An Ecclesiastical History of Medieval Duklja: A Landscape Defined by Rite [Paper No: 1034-a]
An Undisciplined Masculine Body of Pleasure and Desire [Paper No: 610-b]
Armenian Khachkar as a Conceptual and Iconographic Model for the Stone Relief Decorations in the Vladimir-Suzdal Area Churches [Paper No: 1301-c]
Aural Taxis: Sound and Hierarchy in Byzantine Ceremonies, 9th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 1718-b]
Belisarius on the Persian Front: A Peaceful General? [Paper No: 525-a]
Between Imperial Centre and the Local Populace: The Provincial Aristocrat of Kekaumenos [Paper No: 1513-b]
Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes in the Territory of Today's Montenegro, 11th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1134-a]
Blurring Boundaries of Time and Space: Resurrecting and Disseminating Cults in the West - Catalonia and Italy, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-a]
Blurring the Boundaries of Lusignan Cyprus: Saints' Icons within Multi-Confessional Communities [Paper No: 512-b]
Bodies of Evidence: Byzantinists and the Use of Human Remains [Paper No: 1113-c]
Bodily Performance in Ritual Contexts: Healing the Sick in Byzantine Hagiography [Paper No: 510-a]
Borders in 7th- and 8th-Century Italy [Paper No: 1221-c]
Borders in Transition, Warfare, and Cultural Exchange: The Case of Florios and Platziaflora [Paper No: 142-c]
Borders, Breaches, and Biased Admirers: Facing Ottoman Expansion in the 15th-Century Aegean Sea [Paper No: 827-c]
Bringing the STAR Model to Life: Data Mapping for the 11th Century [Paper No: 1707-a]
Building an Ever-Evolving Database: Byzantine Book Epigrams in Context [Paper No: 1502-b]
Byzantine Book Endowments and Their Commemorative Function [Paper No: 1002-c]
Byzantine Borders and British Desires: The Creation of the Negev 'Frontier' [Paper No: 1313-b]
Byzantine Femininities between Discipline and Punishment: Anthropology of the Female Body in Byzantium [Paper No: 510-c]
Byzantine Heritage Transcending Borders: Alliances and Ethics for the Cosmopolitan Management of the Remains of the Past [Paper No: 1612-c]
Byzantine Monasticism: The Road to Salvation by Way of Wanderings and Enclosures [Paper No: 225-a]
Changing Borders in North Africa: From the Byzantine to the Arabian Fortifications [Paper No: 1625-c]
Christian Images, Muslim Prayers: Gentile Bellini, Mehmed II, and the Byzantine Theotokos [Paper No: 801-c]
Christian Incubation and Cognitive Science of Religion: Possibilities and Problems [Paper No: 1616-a]
Concerning the Transtigritani: A Geopolitical Curiosity on the Eastern Roman Frontier, 4th-6th Centuries [Paper No: 825-b]
Confusing Gender in Byzantine Fables: On the (Un)Importance of Gender in Symeon Seth's Stephanites kai Ichnelates [Paper No: 115-b]
Conjugating the Liminal: Byzantine Borders and the 18th Brumaire [Paper No: 1213-c]
Crosses on Stone Pillars: Memories that Cross the Boundaries between Georgia - Armenia - Jerusalem [Paper No: 1314-b]
Crossing Borders: Movement as a Socio-Economic Aspect of Rural Life in Venetian Cyprus [Paper No: 1530-c]
Crossing the Line: Boundaries of Acceptable and Unacceptable Imperial Behaviour in 14th-Century Byzantium [Paper No: 713-c]
Crown and Uṙ: The Wedding Ceremony in 5th-Century Armenia [Paper No: 625-a]
Curbing the Philosopher-King: Philosophical versus Legal Authority in the Justinianic Dialogue On Political Science [Paper No: 119-c]
De- or Re-Constructing Identities in Venetian Cyprus: The Crossing of Cultural and Social Boundaries through Funerary Sculpture [Paper No: 1530-b]
Defending Byzantium's Southern Border: Selecting Cretan and Sicilian Campaigns' Commanders in the 9th and 10th Centuries [Paper No: 142-a]
Defending the West Border: A Challenge for Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, 1081-1118 [Paper No: 1727-a]
Different Regions?: Komnenian Paphlagonia and Laskarid Bithynia in the Works of Niketas Choniates [Paper No: 713-a]
Dvin between the Romans and Sasanians in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 825-c]
Early Medieval Dalmatia: Two 'Buffer Zones' of Two Empires [Paper No: 727-b]
Ecclesiastical Buildings of Naples under Byzantine Rule, c. 660-1000 [Paper No: 1113-b]
Economic Interests and Clauses in Roman-Sasanian Peace Treaties during Late Antiquity: A Story of Co-Operation, Mutual Dependence, and Rivalry [Paper No: 725-b]
Exiles, Amnesty, and Peace-Making in Byzantine Treaties, 900-1200 [Paper No: 605-c]
Feigned Mobility in the Service of Religious Rapprochement?: The Curious Case of Paul of Antioch [Paper No: 613-c]
Folkloric Reading of the Presence of the Occult in Byzantine Incubation Literature: The Case of London, British Library, Addenda, 37534 [Paper No: 630-a]
Friendly Consolation, Religiosity, or Irony?: Michael Psellos' Letter to Blinded Romanos IV Diogenes [Paper No: 1541-c]
Gender and Privacy: De-Centring the Body in Medieval Trans Studies [Paper No: 610-c]
Gender and Status in Rings from the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean [Paper No: 1302-a]
Ghazā Fulān al-ṣāʾifa: Concubine-Born Sons (Hajīns) and the Legitimising Features of the Islamic-Byzantine Frontier in the Marwānid Period, 684-750 [Paper No: 515-b]
Greek Inscriptions from a Pilgrimage Centre in Lazica [Paper No: 1307-c]
Guarding and Crossing the Boundaries between the Sacred and the Profane: Priests and Eunuchs as 'boundless servants' in Medieval Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World [Paper No: 632-a]
'Holding the wolf by its ears': Challenging the Authority of the Army in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1009-c]
How Gothic in Language Was 'Gothic Arianism'? [Paper No: 1620-a]
How the Question of Authority Has Defined Borders of Confessional Practice in Middle Byzantium [Paper No: 813-b]
Imperial Bodies: The Physicality of the 'Macedonian Dynasty' [Paper No: 810-b]
Inscriptions on the Borders of Medieval Byzantine Cappadocia [Paper No: 1634-b]
Institutional Syncretism and Institutional Reformulation in the Middle Ages: The Case of the Byzantine Megadux [Paper No: 513-b]
John Philoponus' Letter to Justinian in Its Broader Political Context [Paper No: 219-a]
Julian's 'Letter to the Athenians' and the Creation of Imperial Authority [Paper No: 1109-b]
Limiting the Emperor's Powers through Knowledge: The Role of Mirrors of Princes at the Byzantine Court during the 6th and 7th Centuries to Guide God's Imperial Deputies [Paper No: 1125-b]
Little Romanland in the Far East: Comparing the Political Culture of Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910) with the Byzantine and Holy Roman Empires [Paper No: 613-d]
Living along the Border in Cilicia: Contacts and Interrelations in the Frontier Zone between the Byzantine Empire and the Muslim Caliphates, c. 650-950 [Paper No: 113-b]
Marginalising Core Texts: 'Moving' Borders between Textual Layers in Byzantine Lexicographic Manuscripts [Paper No: 1711-b]
Marking the Lion's Scent: Georgian Borders between Idea and Reality [Paper No: 1214-b]
Medieval Borders in the Digital Age: Approaching the (Re)Creation of Medieval Border Zones through Digital Methods (OpenAtlas and GIS) [Paper No: 1234-a]
Medieval Cyprus: Art on the Border [Paper No: 515-a]
Meta-Paintings in Italy and Byzantium Compared [Paper No: 312-a]
Micro-Architectures and Micro-Landscapes in the Post-Byzantine World: Function, Meaning, and Symbolic Implications [Paper No: 212-c]
Mike Clover and the Frontiers, Borders, and Boundaries of Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1625-b]
Mirror of Our Dreams: The Implicit Indian Ocean in Byzantine Historiography [Paper No: 1313-a]
Mobility and Its Terminology in the Byzantine Sources [Paper No: 513-a]
'Moving Byzantium to Crete': An Appeal to the Emperor by Patriarch Photius - Ecclesiastical Intervention during Warfare and Political Rivalry [Paper No: 813-c]
Neither Beast nor Man: Byzantine Adversaries as Sub-Humans in 6th- and 7th-Century Literature [Paper No: 1026-b]
On the Border between the East and the West: The Personification of the Jordan River in the Holy Trinity Chapel of Lublin, Poland [Paper No: 217-a]
On the Trail of the Digital Tabula Imperii Byzantini: How Changes in the World's Cultural Heritage Become Visible [Paper No: 1234-c]
One City, Three Virgins: Interpretations of the Byzantine Virgin in Medieval Novgorod [Paper No: 801-a]
Open Borders: Milan and Constantinople, c. 1400 [Paper No: 1013-a]
'Our bold warrior King Richard': Richard I and the Limits of Imperialism on British Cyprus [Paper No: 1313-c]
Passing Ships, or Frogs around a Pond: Interactions between Ifriqiya and Southern Italy in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1323-b]
Petitioning, Intercession, Action: Elite Women's Agency and Power within the Political Framework of the 11th-Century Byzantine Empire [Paper No: 1508-a]
Pilgrims in Peril: Requests for Divine Intervention in the Informal Epigraphy of the Late Antique East [Paper No: 1307-a]
Pilgrims' Inscriptions and How to Find Them: Methodologies and Challenges of Distinguishing Visitors' Graffiti at Bawit, Middle Egypt [Paper No: 1307-b]
Pneuma: The Borders of Definition [Paper No: 1237-b]
Population Movements in Late Byzantium, Mid-13th - Late 14th Centuries: Involuntary Migrations [Paper No: 513-d]
Queer Body, Queer Corpus: Niketas Stethatos' Castration of Symeon the New Theologian [Paper No: 710-a]
Queering an Icon: Introducing Gestures of Passionate Love among the 40 Martyrs of Sebaste [Paper No: 710-c]
Reading Romanness in Three Sicilian Rebellions [Paper No: 727-a]
Reconfiguring Eunuchs' Bodies and Politics in Byzantium: Trisexuation and Imperial Eunuchs of War in the 6th and 7th Centuries [Paper No: 810-a]
Reconstructing the (Inter)National Community: Peter the Iberian and His Monasteries [Paper No: 613-a]
Rivalry Halted: Enemies Turned Allies? - The Impact of Bahram Chobin's Revolt on Roman-Sasanian Relations [Paper No: 525-b]
Roles of Imperial Women: Pulcheria and the Bigger Picture [Paper No: 717-c]
Rome-Sasanian Rivalry, Roman Garrisons, and the South Caucasus Policy of Rome in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1314-a]
Royal Portraits in Serbia and Italy, Late 13th and Early 14th Century: Iconographical Changes and Adaptation to Foreign Policy [Paper No: 1112-d]
Searching for Unfree Families in 13th-Century Byzantium: Marital Consent in the Dossiers of Demetrios Chomatenos and John Apokaukos [Paper No: 105-c]
Shifting Borders in the Late Middle Ages: Byzantine Constantinople and Ottoman Istanbul Viewed by Scholars from the Holy Roman Empire in the 16th Century [Paper No: 1015-c]
Signifying the Body and Communicating the Spirit: Byzantine Gender Dynamics in an Orthodox Christian Context [Paper No: 710-b]
Social Mobility in Nicaea and Late Byzantium through Imperial 'Kinship by Choice' [Paper No: 513-c]
Some Cross-Border Interactions in Armenian Art in the Middle Ages: Ecclesia and Synagogue Figures in the Iconography of the Crucifixion [Paper No: 712-d]
Sources of Byzantine Thought about the Priesthood: Plato's Res publica in Gregory of Nazianus' Apology on His Flight [Paper No: 1607-a]
Space and Boundaries in an Illuminated Manuscript of the Heavenly Ladder (Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. gr. 394) [Paper No: 812-c]
State-Sanctioned Solutions or Local Initiatives?: Coin Supply and the Production of Imitation Coinage on the Edge of Empire [Paper No: 1213-a]
Stitching the Fish: On the Track of Damaged Marginalia on Oppian's Halieutica - The Case of Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana MS Plut. 57.26 [Paper No: 1611-a]
Symphony between Sacerdotium and Imperium: Reality or Propaganda? - The 'Three-Chapters Controversy' as a Test Case [Paper No: 219-c]
Syriac, a Monkish Thing?: Revisiting a Passage from John Chrysostom [Paper No: 1720-b]
Tangled Threads: Tuscan and Byzantine Traditions of the Virgin's Pregnancy [Paper No: 801-b]
The (Inner) Borders of Italy during the Lombard Age: Identity and Mobility [Paper No: 1225-d]
The Blurred Boundaries between the Emperor and the Patriarch in Byzantium: The Interference of Patriarch Athanasios I of Constantinople in Secular Affairs [Paper No: 813-a]
The Border Soldiers of Asia Minor in the Laskarid and Early Palaiologan Era [Paper No: 713-b]
The Deep Past of the Arab-Byzantine Border in Medieval Arabic Geography [Paper No: 1223-a]
The Disputed Border between Bulgaria and the Latin Empire of Constantinople [Paper No: 727-c]
The Eastern Frontier: Interaction and Travel between the Roman and Sassanid Empires [Paper No: 725-c]
The Gates of the Alans: Roman-Sasanian Narratives and the Realities of Contact across the Caucasian Gates in the Late Antique and Early Medieval Worlds [Paper No: 825-a]
The Governors of the Border Towns during the Serbian Expansion into Byzantine Macedonia, 1282-1355: Survey and Analysis of Elite Change [Paper No: 1234-b]
The Greek Manuscript (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, gr. 3032) and the Study of Rhetoric in Byzantine Southern Italy [Paper No: 1601-a]
The Greek-Syriac Linguistic Divide as a Literary Construct: Bridging Barriers and Teaching Piety [Paper No: 1720-a]
The Imperial Theology of the Cult of the Mother of God in Byzantium, Hungary, and the Kyivan Rus' [Paper No: 1235-b]
The Late Antique Desert: Frontier of Transformation or Interspace of Permanence? [Paper No: 1213-b]
The Perception of the Space beyond the Threshold in the Mosaics of the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna [Paper No: 814-b]
The Problem with Borders [Paper No: 1113-a]
The Rimland as an Environment for the Origin and Formation of Religious and Confessional Movements on the Example of the Euphrates Zone [Paper No: 1025-c]
The Rise and Fall of Arid Settlements at the Borders of the Late Roman Empire in the 6th-7th Centuries [Paper No: 111-a]
The Scribal Act as a Gendering Act in the Byzantine Lives of 'Cross-Dressing' Saints [Paper No: 510-b]
The STAR Model for Prosopography: Expressions of Uncertainty, Authority, and Conflict in the Prosopography of the Byzantine World [Paper No: 1707-b]
The Unoccupied Throne: A Byzantine Eschatological Border Post [Paper No: 812-b]
Theophylact Simocatta and the Eroto-Rhetorical Figuration of the Male Body [Paper No: 610-a]
Towards Imperial Dignity: A Contribution to the Study of the Imperial Crown of King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski in the Cetinje Monastery [Paper No: 1034-b]
Tracing Rural Lifeways: Sacred Spaces and Their Environments at the Centre and Periphery of Cretan Villages [Paper No: 1612-a]
Transcultural Warfare in 11th-Century Anatolia [Paper No: 142-b]
Translating Language or Culture?: Some Examples from Central and Eastern Europe [Paper No: 1520-c]
Wandering Gold, Whirling Discs from Sinai: On the Transfer of an Art Technique [Paper No: 613-b]
Was the North Caucasus Part of the Byzantine Empire?: Boundaries, Suzerainty, and Segmentary Polities in Medieval West Eurasia [Paper No: 1214-a]
When Is a Border No Longer a Border?: The Changing Relations of the Exarchate of Ravenna with Its Neighbours in the Late 9th - Early 10th Centuries [Paper No: 1021-c]
ἐστεμμένος καὶ μὴ τοιοῦτος: Reactions to the Authority of the Uncrowned in a Fractured Byzantium, 1204 - c.1230 [Paper No: 119-a]