2 edition of The Byzantine province in change found in the catalog.
The Byzantine province in change
2008 by Institute for Byzantine Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute for Byzantine Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation in Belgrade, Athens .
Written in English
|Statement||Bojana Krsmanović ; editors, Ljubomir Maksimović, Taxiarches G. Kolias.|
|Series||Monographs / Institute for Byzantine Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts -- no. 37, Monographs / Institute for Byzantine Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation -- no. 14, Posebna izdanja (Vizantološki institut (Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti)) -- knj. 37., Monographies (Institouto Vyzantinōn Ereunōn) -- 14.|
|Contributions||Maksimović, Ljubomir., Kolias, Taxiarchis G.|
|LC Classifications||DF595 .K77 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 232 p.,  p. of maps :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|ISBN 10||8683883116, 9603710601|
|ISBN 10||9788683883110, 9789603710608|
|LC Control Number||2009463535|
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