IreneY wrote:Not that it's of any importance but it's done by clicking ÎšÎ»ÎµÎ¯Î´Î±
IreneY wrote:I want to read Alexiad at the very least.
Gonzalo wrote:By the way, I didnÂ´t know any about Niketas Choniates, but I was talking (around an hour) with a Literature teacher of mine about Byzantine historians and Literature at the end of the scholar course and I remember something which he mentioned about a Choniates, I am not sure, but -as he (my teacher) is mediaevalist- he confessed me his deep love to Anna Comnena... me too. I am going to continue my regular studies on Greek today.
IreneY wrote:Take a look at this!
plukidis wrote:It seems that the patrologia site is down,
exsencon wrote:Very sad indeed,it was a very good site. I am lucky to have downloaded all of Photius' Myrobiblion before it closed down. Hope we will see it back.
BTW I have all the links to google CSHB (50 in total) If someone is interested, just give me a post
IreneY wrote:Well you can find it in this site. If, by the way you go to a previous page than that you will find a wealth of resources both for Latin and Ancient (and Byzantine) Greek.
exsencon wrote:IreneY wrote:Well you can find it in this site. If, by the way you go to a previous page than that you will find a wealth of resources both for Latin and Ancient (and Byzantine) Greek.
Yes Irene I know about the Catholica Omnia site but I find it kind of hard to use although there is a lot of interesting stuff there. Following Gonzalo's suggestion I put up my links on his CSHB post.Enjoy!
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