Chronicon Monembasiae

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Chronicon Monembasiae,[1] titulo Graeco Περὶ τῆς κτίσεως Μονεμβασίας "De Monembasia condita", est liber annalium Graece scriptum de historia Peloponnesi sive Moreae mediaevalis, regionis Imperii Byzantini a Slavis obsessae, et praecipue de urbe Monembasia.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. De titulo Latino vide opus N. Béès infra citatum

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Editiones et versiones
  • N. Béès, "Τὸ περὶ τῆς κτίσεως τῆς Μονεμβασίας χρονικὸν" in Βυζαντίς vol. 1 (1909) pp. 57-105. Opus Anglice recensum sub titulo Chronicon Monembasiae: a study of its sources and its value as a historical source, accompanied by a critical edition (1909) (Graece)
  • Ivan Duičev, Cronaca di Monemvasia. Introduzione, testo critico e note. Panormi, 1976 (Graece, Italiane)
  • Spyridon Lamprus, "Τὸ περὶ κτίσεως Μονεμβασίας χρονικὸν" in S. Lamprus, Ἱστορικὰ μελετήματα (Athenis, 1884) pp. 97-128 (Graece)Textus apud archive.org: NB: paginae male ordinatae
  • Paul Lemerle, "La chronique improprement dite de Monemvasie: le contexte historique et légendaire" in Revue des études byzantines vol. 21 (1963) pp. 5-49 [editio partis anterioris cum commentatione] (Graece, Francogallice) Textus apud Persée
Historica et critica
  • Peter Charanis, "The Chronicle of Monemvasia and the Question of the Slavonic Settlements in Greece" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers no. 5 (1950) pp. 139–166
  • Ewald Kislinger, Regionalgeschichte als Quellenproblem. Die Chronik von Monembasia und das sizilianische Demenna. Vindobonae, 2001
  • Johannes Koder, "Arethas von Kaisereia und die sogenannte Chronik von Monembasia" in Jahrbuch der österreichischen Byzantinistik vol. 25 (1976) pp. 75-80
  • Stilpon P. Kyriakides, Οι Σλάβοι εν Πελοποννήσῳ (Thessalonicae: Εταιρεία Μακεδονικών Σπούδων, 1947) pp. 41-49
  • Marek Meško, "Prameň o osídlení Peloponézu Avarmi a Slovanmi známy ako Kronika z Monemvasie" in Studia bibliographica posoniensia (2006 no. 1) pp. 170-182
  • Kenneth M. Setton, "The Bulgars in the Balkans and the Occupation of Corinth in the Seventh Century" in Speculum vol. 25 (1950) pp. 502–543
Aliae encyclopaediae
  • "Chronicle of Monemvasia" in A. P. Kazhdan, ed., Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium (Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press, 1991. ISBN 978-0-19-504652-6) p. 445
  • Johannes Karayannopulos, Günter Weiß, Quellenkunde zur Geschichte von Byzanz (324–1453) (Wiesbaden, 1982. ISBN 3-447-02244-2) p. 373 (no. 271)


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