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The Resource Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle : History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures

Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle : History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures

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Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle : History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures
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Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle
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History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures
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The Medieval Mediterranean Ser.
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v.108
Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle : History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures
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Matt{u02BF}ēos UṙHayec{u02BF}I and His Chronicle : History As Apocalypse in a Crossroads of Cultures
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Acknowledgments -- {u200E}Transliteration of Names and Places -- {u200E}Chapter 1. The Origins of the Chronicle -- {u200E}The Author of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Uṙhayec{u02BF}i's Edessa -- {u200E}The Armenian Historiographical Tradition -- {u200E}Uṙhayec{u02BF}i's Sources of Information -- {u200E}Chapter 2. The New Age of Prophecy: The Chronicle's Place in Armenian Historiography -- {u200E}Armenian Historical Philosophy -- {u200E}Uṙhayec{u02BF}i's Historical Philosophy -- {u200E}The Prophecies of Yovhannēs Kozeṙn -- {u200E}The Prophecies Fulfilled: The Structure of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 3. 'The Violent Massacres, This Dreadful Wrath': Armenia in the Chronicle -- {u200E}The Idealized Past: The Presentation of Pre-1020 Armenia -- {u200E}The Loss of the Armenian Kingdoms: 1000-1045 -- {u200E}471-472 (1021-1024): Basil II's Eastern Campaign and its Consequences -- {u200E}490-494 (1041-1046): Turkish Invasions and the Loss of Independence -- {u200E}The Occupied East and the Armenians in Exile -- {u200E}The Royal Families in Exile -- {u200E}The Rise and Fall of Philaretos -- {u200E}The Armenian Magnates of Cilicia and Syria -- {u200E}The Slow Revival: The Armenians and the Crusaders -- {u200E}The Rise of Georgia, 1121-1129 -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 4. 'Under the Aegis of the Roman Emperor': Uṙhayec{u02BF}i on Byzantium -- {u200E}The Era of Growing Byzantine Domination over the Armenians -- {u200E}The Waning of Byzantine Influence -- {u200E}Conclusions -- {u200E}Chapter 5. Muslim, Persian, or Turk? The Armenian Chronicler and the 'Infidels' -- {u200E}The Role of Muslims within Armenian History -- {u200E}Which Muslims? -- {u200E}Tenth-century Muslims in the Chronicle -- {u200E}The Appearance of the Turks -- {u200E}Reality and Myth: the Armenians under Turkish Domination -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 6. 'The Nation of Valiant Ones': The Crusaders in Uṙhayec{u02BF}i's Eyes -- {u200E}The Local Background to the Crusade -- {u200E}The Place of the Crusaders in the Prophetic Framework of Kozeṙn -- {u200E}Uṙhayec{u02BF}i as a Source for Crusading Politics
  • {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 7. 'Many Break Away from the Faith': Eastern Christianity in the Chronicle -- {u200E}Before the Fall: Ecclesiastical History before 1033 -- {u200E}The Recent Past: Uṙhayec{u02BF}i's Church in Uncertain Times -- {u200E}The Armenian Church in the Wake of the First Crusade -- {u200E}The Community of Clerics as Seen in the Chronicle -- {u200E}Aftermath: Byzantium in Cilicia and the Council of Jerusalem -- {u200E}Chapter 8. The History of the Chronicle -- {u200E}The Text of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Use by Later Armenian Historians -- {u200E}Grigor Erēc{u02BF} -- {u200E}The Earliest Witness: Smbat Sparapet -- {u200E}Recognition by Later Historians -- {u200E}The Manuscript Tradition of the Chronicle -- {u200E}The Venice Group -- {u200E}The Vienna Group -- {u200E}The Copyist of Lviv -- {u200E}The Vałaršapat Primary Text -- {u200E}Print Publication and Modern Reception -- {u200E}Chapter 9. Conclusion -- {u200E}Appendix A. Text of Selected Excerpts from the Chronicle -- {u200E}List of Witnesses -- {u200E}Text -- {u200E}First Prophecy of Yovhannēs Kozeṙn, Armenian era 478 (1029/30) -- {u200E}Second Prophecy of Yovhannēs Kozeṙn, Armenian Era 485 (1036/7) -- {u200E}Author's Prologue to Book Two of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Author's Prologue to Book Three of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Appendix B. Lists of Rulers of the Period -- {u200E}Byzantine Emperors, 951-1129 -- {u200E}Armenian Kings in Ani, 951-1045 -- {u200E}Appendix C. List of All Known Manuscripts -- {u200E}Manuscripts Containing Full or Substantial Texts of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Manuscripts Containing Excerpts of the Chronicle -- {u200E}Maps -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Primary Sources -- {u200E}Secondary Sources -- {u200E}Index
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