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Recent publications of members of Byzantine Studies Netherlands

Berg, Baukje van den

  • Klooster, Jacqueline & Berg, Baukje van den (eds.): Homer and the Good Ruler in Antiquity and Beyond. Leiden: Brill 2018
  • Homer and the Good Ruler in the ‘Age of Rhetoric’: Eustathios of Thessalonike on Excellent Oratory. In: Klooster, Jacqueline & Berg, Baukje van den, (eds.): Homer and the Good Ruler in Antiquity and Beyond. Leiden: Brill 2018, 219-238.

Bochove, Thomas Ernst van

  • “Justinianus Latinograecus: Language and Law during the Reign of Justinian”, in: A. Garcea, M. Rosellini, & L. Silvano (Eds.), Latin in Byzantium I: Late Antiquity and Beyond (Corpus Christianorum. Lingua Patrum; Vol. XII). Turnhout: Brepols Publishers 2019, pp. 199-243.
  • “For the Mouth of the Emperor hath spoken it”. Some notes on C. 1,14,12 and the prohibition of commentaries in const. Tanta” in: Subseciva Groningana X (2019), 85-96.
  • “There is Safety in Numbers” – when written in full. The Florentine Index auctorum and its subscriptio revisited” in: Subseciva Groningana X (2019), 97-109.
  • Review of: Z.R. Chitwood, Byzantine Legal Culture and the Roman Legal Tradition, 867-1056, Cambridge University Press, New York 2017, in: The American Historical Review 123/4 (2018), 1371-1372
  • Lemmata ‘Dorotheus’, ‘Ecloga of Leo III’, ‘Farmer’s Law’, ‘Rhodian Sea Law’, ‘Soldier’s Law’, ‘Stephanus’, ‘Theophilus’. In: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity (ODLA), 2 vols., Oxford University Press, Oxford 2018, Vol. I: pp. 501, 516, 583; Vol. II: pp. 1287, 1402, 1416, 1488.
  • Brill Basilica Online edition, Bibliography (http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/browse/basilica-online#browse-tab-2), published 5 March 2018.

Brandsma, Frits

  • “Did Paul cause an interpolation in the second Code? A glance into the kitchen of Justinian’s codification project” in: Subseciva Groningana X (2019), 111-121.
  • “The actio prohibitoria: a Byzantine exegesis of Ulpian D. 7,6,5 pr.” In: Interpretationes Iuris Antiqui : Dankesgabe für Shigeo Nishimura. Finkenauer, T. & Sirks, B. A. J. (eds.). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Philippika: Altertumskundliche Abhandlungen; vol. 128), 2018, 1-11.

Burgersdijk, Diederik

  • “Symposium to Celebrate the Completion of the Ammianus Commentary: Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden 9 April 2018” in: Bollettino di studi latini XLVIII fasc. II, 2018, 248-9.
  • Burgersdijk, Diederik and Alan J. Ross (eds.) Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire (Cultural Interactions in the Mediterranean 1) Leiden/Boston: Brill 2018.
  • Constantine’s Son Crispus and His Image in Contemporary Panegyrical Accounts. In: Diederik Burgersdijk, Alan Ross (eds.), Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire (Leiden/Boston: Brill 2018), 137–157.

Drijvers, Jan Willem

  • “Barsauma, Eudocia, Jerusalem, and the Temple Mount”, in: Johannes Hahn & Volker Menze (eds.), The Wandering Holy Man: The Life of Barsauma, Christian Asceticism, and Religious Conflict in Late Antiquity, Transformation of the Classical Heritage LX,  Oakland: University of California Press 2020, pp. 89-103.
  • Drijvers, Jan Willem and Lenski, Noel (eds.), The Fifth Century: Age of Transformation. Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity Conference, Munera 46 (Bari: Edipuglia 2019) ISBN 978-88-7228-886-3.
  • Jovian between History and Myth. In: Diederik Burgersdijk, Alan Ross (edd.), Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire (Leiden/Boston: Brill 2018), 234-256
  • Travel and Pilgrimage Literature. In: Scott McGill, Edward J. Watts (edd.), A Companion to Late Antique Literature (Hoboken NJ: Wiley Blackwell 2018), 359-372

De Jong, Hylkje

  • “Die actio quasi Publiciana im byzantinschen Recht” in: Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Romanistische Abteilung 137 (2020), pp. 173-193.
  • “Fullness of Κουστωδία/Φυλακή (Custodia) in Early Byzantine Law” in: Revue internationale des droits de l’antiquité 65 (2018), pp. 403-422.
  • Ἐντολή (mandatum) in den Basiliken, Series: Legal History Library, Volume: 31, 2019 Brill.
  • “Two Interpretations of D. 17,1,27,1 in early Byzantine Law: Obligation to reddere and unjust enrichment”, in: H. Dondorp, M. Schermaier, & B. Sirks (eds.), De rebus divinis et humanis. Essays in honour of Jan Hallebeek, Göttingen 2019, 77-89.

Immerzeel, Mat

  • “Painters, Patrons, and Patriarchs. Byzantine Artists in the Latin and Islamic Middle East of the Thirteenth Century” in: Z. Chitwood, J. Pahlitzsch (eds), Ambassadors, Artists, Theologians. Byzantine Relations with the Near East from the Ninth to the Thirteenth Centuries (Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident 12), Mainz 2019, pp. 103-126.
  • Johannes den Heijer, Mat Immerzeel, Naglaa Hamdi D. Boutros, Manhal Makhoul, Perrine Pilette & Tineke Rooijakkers: Christian Art and Culture, in A.S. Melikian-Chirvani (ed.), The World of the Fatimids, Toronto 2018, 190-217.
  • “Noble Gentlemen and Ladies; Depicting Generous Donors in the Frankish States” in: K. Ciggaar, V. van Aalst, East and West in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean III, Antioch from the Byzantine Reconquest until the End of the Crusader Principality, Leuven 2018, 127-164 (OLA 269).

Innemée, Karel

  • “The Archangel Michael as Psychopomp in Christian Iconography in Egypt” in: I.S. Gilhus, A. Tsakos, and M. C. Wright, (eds.), The Archangel Michael in Africa: History, Cult, and Persona, London: Bloomsbury Academic. 2019, 35-51.
  • Innemée, Karel C., Zielińska D., ‘The King and the Cross, the iconography of a painting in the throne-hall of Dongola’ in M. Honegger (ed.), Nubian Archaeology in the XXIst Century, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference for Nubian Studies, Neuchâtel, 1st-6th September 2014 Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 273, Leuven 2018, 615-24.

Opstall van, Emilie

  • van Opstall, Emilie M. and M. Tomadaki, ‘John Geometres: A Poet Around the Year 1000’, in W. Hörandner – A. Rhoby – N. Zagklas (eds.), A Companion to Byzantine Poetry (Leiden: Brill, 2019), 191-211.
  • Opstall, Emilie van (ed.), Sacred Thresholds. The Door to the Sanctuary in Late Antiquity, Leiden, Brill 2018, Series: Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, Volume: 185.
  • “The Tragedians from a Byzantine Perspective: book epigrams on Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides”, with Maria Tomadaki in: Medioevo greco(2019), pp. 193-219.

Penna, Daphne

  • “Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers? Byzantine Shipwreck and Salvage in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries”, Chapter 2 in Sicking and A. Wijffels (eds.), Conflict Management in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, 1000-1800. Actors, Institutions and Strategies of Dispute Settlement, Series: Studies in the History of International Law, Volume: 39/15, Brill | Nijhoff 2020, pp. 43-66.
  • “A Witness of Byzantine Legal Practice in the Twelfth Century. Some Remarks on the Construction of the Ecloga Basilicorum” in Subseciva Groningana X (2019), 139-162.
  • “Similar Problems, Similar Solutions: Byzantine Chrysobulls and Crusader Charters on Legal Issues Regarding the Italian Maritime Republics” in Daniëlle Slootjes and Mariëtte Verhoeven (eds.), Byzantium in Dialogue with the Mediterranean. History and Heritage, Leiden: Brill Publishers 2019, 162-181.

Praet, Raf

  • ‘John Lydus, Helvius Vindicianus, and the Circulation of Latin
  • Gynaecological Texts in Sixth-Century Constantinople’ in: After Constantine. Stories From the Late Antique and Early Byzantine Era 1 (2021), 35-54.
  • ‘Antiquarianism in the sixth century AD: Easing the shift from Rome to Constantinople’ in: Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis/Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 96 (2018), 1011-1032.
  • ‘Malalas and erudite memory in sixth-century Constantinople’ in: Die Weltchronik des Johannes Malalas im Kontext spätantiker Memorialkultur, ed. J. Borsch - O. Gengler - M. Meier (Malalas Studien, 3). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2018, 219-239.
  • Drijvers, J.W. - Focanti, L. - Praet, R. - Van Nuffelen, P. (2018) ‘Introduction’ in: BelgischTijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis/Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 96 (2018), 913-924.

Skálová, Zuzana

  • “Darkened, Forgotten? – and Rediscovered: Two Medieval Images of the Twenty-four Elders of the Apocalypse in Old Coptic Cairo and their Technical History” in: W. B. Oerter – Z. Vítková (eds.), Coptica, Gnostica und Mandaica. Sprache, Literatur und Kunst als Medien interreligiöser Begegnung(en), (TU 185), Berlin – Boston: de Gruyter 2020, pp. 277–302.

Slootjes,  Daniëlle

  • Daniëlle Slootjes and Mariëtte Verhoeven (eds.), Byzantium in Dialogue with the Mediterranean. History and Heritage, Leiden: Brill Publishers 2019.
  • Daniëlle Slootjes and Mariëtte Verhoeven, “Elke vijf dagen een processie in Constantinopel”, in Geschiedenis Magazine, 54 (2019), 42-45.

Stolte, Bernard

  • “Law is King of All Things’? The Emperor and the Law”, in: S. Tougher (ed.), The Emperor in the Byzantine World. Papers of the Forty-Eighth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies [Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies Publications - 21], Abingdon - New York: Routledge, 2019, 171-178.
  • “Thirty Years Later. Past, Present and Future of Editing the Basilica” in: Subseciva Groningana X (2019), 163-186.
  • Review of: Zachary Chitwood, Byzantine Legal Culture and the Roman Legal Tradition, 867–1056, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017, Speculum 94 (2019), 1139-1140.
  • ‘Praefatio’ to Basilica Online. Justinian’s Corpus iuris in the Byzantine World, Leiden: Brill, 2018. https://referenceworks.brillonline.com/browse/basilica-online
  • Byzantine Law: The law of the New Rome. In: H. Pihlajamäki, M.D. Dubber, M. Godfrey (eds.), Oxford Handbook of European Legal History, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 229-248.

Verhoeven, Mariëtte

  • From Justinian I to Mehmed II. Transformation and Continuation of Rituals and Liturgical Disposition in Hagia Sophia’. In N.M. Vos & C. Geljon (Eds.), Rituals in Early Christianity. New Perspectives on Tradition and Transformation (Vigiliae Christianae, Supplements, 164) (pp. 297-324). Leiden: Brill Publishers
  • From Justinian I to Mehmed II. Transformation and Continuation of Rituals and Liturgical Disposition in Hagia Sophia’. In N.M. Vos & C. Geljon (Eds.), Rituals in Early Christianity. New Perspectives on Tradition and Transformation (Vigiliae Christianae, Supplements, 164) (pp. 297-324). Leiden: Brill PublishersReview of J. Herrin and J. Nelson (eds), Ravenna: Its Role in Earlier Medieval Change and Exchange. London: Institute of Historical Research, 2016 in Journal of Roman Studies, 109 (2019), 438-439.
  • Daniëlle Slootjes and Mariëtte Verhoeven (eds.), Byzantium in Dialogue with the Mediterranean. History and Heritage, Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2019.
  • Daniëlle Slootjes and Mariëtte Verhoeven, “Elke vijf dagen een processie in Constantinopel”, in Geschiedenis Magazine, 54 (2019), 42-45.
  • “Een Venetiaanse doge in de Hagia Sophia”, in M. Ilsink, et al. (Eds.), Het einde van de middeleeuwen. Vijftig kunstwerken uit de tijd van Bosch en Erasmus, Nijmegen: Vantilt, 2019, 263-267.
  • Revealing and Presenting the Past(s) for the Public. Fethiye Mosque and Museum as a Cultural Heritage Site in Istanbul. In: L. Egberts and M.D. Alvarez (Eds.), Heritage and Tourism: Places, Imageries and the Digital World (LHS), Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2018, 77-94; http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/9789462985353/CH04
  • “Bouwen en breken, onthullen en wissen. Het Fethiye-museum in Istanbul” in: Gerritsen and H. van der Heijden (eds.), Standplaats Istanbul. Lange lijnen in de cultuurgeschiedenis van Turkije, Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Jurgen Maas 2018, 39-47.

Vliet, Jacques van der

  • The Christian epigraphy of Egypt and Nubia (Variorum collected studies series). Abingdon, Oxon 2018; New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Vroom, Joanita

  • Preface, in: N. Vryzidis (ed.), The Hidden Life of Textiles in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean(Medieval and Post-Medieval Mediterranean Archaeology Series III), Turnhout: Brepols Publishers 2020, pp. 11-12.
  • Porcellanavoor een Byzantijnse Keizer: De archeologie van culturele interactie, netwerken en eetpatronen in de Middeleeuwse Middellandse Zee, Leiden University, 12 April 2019 (published inaugural speech 2019).
  • “Broken pots from Ottoman Athens: A new view from the Agora excavations” in: M. Georgopoulou and K. Thanasakis (eds.), Ottoman Athens. Archaeology, Topography, History, Athens: The Gennadius Library, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and The Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation, 2019, pp. 179-212.
  • “Medieval Ephesus as a production and consumption centre”, in: S. Ladstätter and P. Magdalino (eds.), Ephesus from Late Antiquity to the Later Middle Ages. Proceedings of the International Conference at the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations, Koç University, Istanbul, 30thNovember-2nd December 2012 (Österreichishes Archäologisches Institut Band 58), Vienna: Österreichishes Archäologisches Institut, 2019, pp. 231-253.
  • “Een Eldorado in het Middellandse Zeegebied: Nieuwe trends in Byzantijnse en Osmaanse archeologie” in: Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie60, 2019, p. 144.
  • Bizans’tan Modern Döneme Ege’de Seramik (7.-20. Yüzyιllar). Bir Giriş ve El Kitabι (translated by Y. Bağcι), Istanbul 2019: ANAMED (in Turkish).
  • Vroom, J.and Boswinkel, Y.,  New dimensions in archaeology: 2D and 3D visualisations of Byzantine structures and their contents in the Athenian Agora, Pharos, Journal of the Netherlands Institute at Athens 2 (2016), 2019, 87-114.
  • “The ceramics, agricultural resources and food”, in: J. Haldon, H. Elton and J. Newhard (eds.), Archaeology and Urban Settlement in Late Roman and Byzantine Anatolia: Euchaita-Avkat-Beyözü and its Environment, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2018, pp. 134-184.
  • 2019a, The Medieval and Post-Medieval pottery finds from the Vrina Plain excavations, in: S. Greenslade (ed.), Butrint 6: Excavations on the Vrina Plain, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1-14.
  • 2019b, Data atlas of Byzantine and Ottoman material culture: Archiving Medieval and Post-Medieval fieldwork data from the eastern Mediterranean (600-2000 AD), phase 1, Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences2019, 1-12.
  • 2018a, On the Edge: Butrint on the Western frontier of the Byzantine Empire, in: B. Düring and T. Stek (eds.), The Archaeology of Imperial Landscapes: A Comparative Study of Empires in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 272-298.
  • 2018b, On the trail of the enigma amphora: Following the flow of Middle Byzantine ceramic containers, Archeologia Medievale 45,  77-90.
  • 2018c, Preface, in: A. Panagopoulou, T. Tsirigotis and. D. Zapheiropoulos (eds.), Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monumental Painting in Zakynthos (11th-18th), Athens: Arakynthos, 7.
  • “Bright finds, big city: Medieval ceramics from old and recent excavations in Ephesus (Turkey)”, in: XIth Congress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics, Proceedings, 19-24 October 2015 Antalya, Vol. I, Ankara: Koç University VEKAM 2018, 383-396.
  • “Cypriot Red Slip Ware”, in: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 442.
  • “Pottery, Egyptian”, in: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 1217.
  • “Sigillata”, in: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 1382.
  • “Sosyal statü unsuru olarak yeme içme”, in Yemek ve Kültür2018 (53), 82-84 (in Turkish; transl. by Özlem Özarpacι).
  • Vroom, J.and Van IJzendoorn, M.W., Splashed Ware: A little-known Byzantine glazed ware from the Aegean (12th-13th AD), in: XIth Congress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics, Proceedings, 19-24 October 2015 Antalya, Vol. I, Ankara: Koç University VEKAM 2018, 197-201.
  • Burlot, J., Waksman S.Y., Böhlendorf Arslan, B., Vroom, J., Japp, S. and Teslenko, I., The Early Turkish pottery productions in Western Anatolia: Provenances, contextualization and techniques, in: XIth Congress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics, Proceedings, 19-24 October 2015 Antalya, Vol. I, Ankara: Koç University VEKAM 2018, 427-430.
  • Galanidou, N., Vikatou, O., Stavropoulou-Gatsi, M., Vasilakis, A., Staikou, V., Iliopoulos, G., Veikou, M., Forsén, J., Morgan, C.,Vroom, J., Papaoulia, Ch., Zervoudakis, P. and Prassas, K., The archaeological survey in the inner Ionian Sea Archipelago (in Modern Greek), in: To Archaiologiko ergo stin Aitoloakarnania kai ti Leykada, Messolonghi: Ephoreia archaiotiton Aitoloakananias & Leykados – Aitoliki politistiki etaireia 2018, 445-473.
  • Vroom, J., Everts, A. and Brand, S. van den, De smaak van het verleden: Proefexperimenten met Byzantijnse en Osmaanse gastronomie, in: F. Gerritsen and H. van der Heijden (eds.), Standplaats Istanbul. Lange lijnen in de cultuurgeschiedenis van Turkije, Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Jurgen Maas 2018, 272-279.
  • Strike a Pose, There’s Nothing to It’: Depictions of Human Representations and Bodily Postures on Medieval Ceramics (ca. 13th-15th C.) in: Munich: Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Förderung Byzantinischer Studien, Sonderheft 2017 (ISBN: 978-3-00-059512-7).
  • On the Edge: Butrint on the Western frontier of the Byzantine Empire. In: B. Düring and T. Stek (eds.), The Archaeology of Imperial Landscapes: A Comparative Study of Empires in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2018, 272-298.
  • All along the watchtower: Feasting in Early Medieval Butrint, Albania. In: M. Kars, R. van Oosten, M.A. Roxburgh and A. Verhoeven (eds.), Rural Riches & Royal Rags? Studies on Medieval and Modern Archaeology, Presented to Frans Theuws, Zwolle: SPA-Uitgevers 2018, 189-193.
  • Nieuw licht op de Donkere Eeuwen: Het Byzantijnse perspectief op de Arabische expansie. In: J. van den Bent, F. van den Eijnde and J. Weststeijn (eds.), Mohammed en de Late Oudheid (Zenobia reeks 6), Hilversum: Uitgeverij Verloren 2018, 209-227.
  • African Red Slip Ware. In: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 31.
  • Costa, S., Reynolds, P. and Vroom, J. 2018, Pottery, Roman and Post-Roman. In: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 1217-1220.
  • Reynolds, P. and Vroom, J. 2018, Amphorae, in: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 65-66.
  • Vroom, J. and Nicholson, O, 2018, Gaza amphorae and Gaza wine, in: O. Nicholson (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018, 648.