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The lifetime of Emperor Basil I (867-886), the founding father of the Macedonian Dynasty, is the one extant secular biography in Byzantine literature; in its significance and to illustrate of the style it's equivalent to Einhard's "Vita Caroli Magni". Composed within the circle of students round Basil's grandson Constantine VII Prophyrogennitos and at his instigation as early as 957 and 959, the "Vita Basilii" is without doubt one of the major resources for the cultural and political historical past of Byzantium and its neighbours within the ninth and tenth centuries. past versions (whether from the seventeenth or nineteenth centuries) have been in response to secondary manuscripts; they aren't trustworthy, as a result of their arbitrary conjectures and a number of unjustified additions from a parallel resource. the current version relies on "Vaticanus gr. 167", the resource of all extant manuscripts, and the insertions made by means of the sooner editors are got rid of. In generating the hot textual content, the editor additionally had entry to the draft version he rediscovered which the well-known Byzantinist Karl de Boor ready round 1903.
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885), but by 1651 Allacci no longer trusted him. 2. Editions – Ed. princeps of VB by Leo Allatius in , II (Cologne, really Amsterdam 1653), 1–178, after Ba 264 with occasional ‘improvements’ drawn from Skylitzes. – Posthumous ed. of the whole ofTC by F. Combeﬁs in Corpus parisinum (1685), entitled Scriptores post Theophanem . Based on Ba 232, except that for VB it follows Allatius’ printed ed. rather than the MS. Further ‘improvements’ drawn from Skylitzes and an extra passage, invented by J. , p.
B AΥ 40 (1989) 285–322 « P 129 (1985) 21–24 . : Byzance et la mer. La marine de guerre, La politique et les institutions maritimes de Byzance aux VIIe–XVe siècles. : Un discours inédit de Constantin VII Porphyrogénète. : Sur la date du De Thematibus de Constantin VII Porphyrogénète. TM 8 (1981) 1–5 Alexander, P. : Secular Biography at Byzantium. : Xerxes und Artaxerxes. : La battaglia di Ottone II contro i Saraceni nel 982. : T = . E 5 (1932) 130–136 « ;. T « . Athens 1989 375–390. «. : T A , P «#.
Operae precium foret omnia ista junctim prodire in lucem. (ed. -F. Boissonade, Lucae Holstenii Epistolae ad diversos (Paris, 1817), pp. 97–98; corrected from the original, Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Lat. A. 1212, f. 24) In his description of Barb. gr . 232, J. Mogenet attributes the copy to Henri Dormal, no doubt on the basis of a subsequent letter from Holste to Peiresc, of 29 September 1628, which he cites in connection with Barb. gr. 234 (op. , pp. 76 and 78). By way of introducing his friend, who while travelling from Rome back to his native Belgium stopped to visit the celebrated antiquary, Holste praised Dormal, as well as laying some claim to the idea of the corpus itself: quamprimùm mihi innotuit coepi opera ejus in Graecis transcribendis uti, quo in genere brevi adeo exercitatus evasit, ut nullum ego Graecum cum ipso comparari posse existimem.