1. The Syriac Christianization of a Medical Greek Recipe: From Barbaros Hera to the “Apostles’ Ointment”
Daniel Asade
Paola Druille
2.Constantine X Doukas (1059–1067) versus Uzes – about the Nomads on Boats on the Danube in 1064
Marcin Böhm
3.If not Bogomilism than What? The Origins of Catharism in the Light of the Sources 
Piotr Czarnecki
4.Galen, Body and Soul in Vita Cyrilli XI, 13–20
Thomas Daiber
5.Between Rebellion and Statesmanship: Attempting a Biography of Ivanko, 1196/1200 (?)
Francesco Dall’Aglio
6.The Sword with the Sleeve Cross-Guard in the Fresco from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Aghtamar Island
Raffaele D’Amato
Dmytro Dymydyuk
7.An Ethnographic Catalogue in George the Monk’s Chronicle
Chiara Di Serio
8.The Saint as Food, the Torture as Medicine: Some Aspects of Christopher of Mytilene’s Imagery in his Dodecasyllabic Calendar and its South Slavonic Translations
Ekaterina Pantcheva Dikova
9.Procopius on the Religion of the Early Slavs: Comparison with Other Barbarians
Pavla Gkantzios Drapelova
10.The Byzantine Garden. What to Plant in the Garden according to 12th Book of Geoponica by Cassianus Bassus?
Maciej Helbig
11.Crusading in Livonia and Byzantine Romania Considered in a Comparative Review. Key Issues and Historiographical Notes
Ivelin A. Ivanov
12.Written Languages in Wallachia during the Reign of Neagoe Basarab (1512–1521)
Vladislav Knoll
13.Dietary Calendars in the Slavic Middle Ages: A Case Study
Irina Kuzidova-Karadžinova
14.The Title Hierarchy of the Last Komnenoi and the Angelos Dynasty – from Sebastohypertatos to Sebastokrator 
Paweł Lachowicz
15.Tărnovgrad Viewed by the Others: the Case of Niketas Choniates
Kirił Marinow
16.Once Again about the Multifold Slavonic Translations and their Context: “On Prayer” by Evagrius of Pontus (CPG 2452)
Anissava Miltenova
17.Observations on the Portrayal of the Ruler in the Novels of Leo VI
Grigorios Papagiannis
Maria Tziatzi-Papagianni
Vasileios-Alexandros Kollias
Anastasia Nikolaou
18.The Naming of Food and Drink in the Ladder of John Climacus
Tatiana G. Popova
19.Spreading the Word: Oral Transmission of the Bogomil Teachings, its Symbolism, and Biblical Exegesis
Bojana Radovanović
20.A "Commonwealth of Interest" in the Rus’ian-Byzantine Treaty (ca. 944)
Arkadiusz Siwko
21.Preliminary Notes on the Physician Krateuas (2nd–1st Century BC). A New Collection of his T and F
Giuseppe Squillace
22.Christian Heretical Participation in the Rebellion of Börklüce Mustafa and Sheikh Bedreddin – Reappraising the Evidence
Yuri Stoyanov
23.Mental Illnesses in the Middle Ages and their Reflection in the South Slavonic Hagiographic Literature
Ekaterina Todorova
24.The Concept of Whole Substance in Galen’s "Simple Medicines"
John Wilkins
25.The De haeresibus et synodis of Germanos I of Constantinople as a Source on Early Byzantine Heresies? Prospects of a Critical Edition
Johann Anton Zieme
26.Captives and Refugees. The Forced Migration of the Inhabitants of the Byzantine Eastern Frontier during the 5th–7th Centuries in Light of Byzantine-Slavic Hagiographical Texts
Zofia A. Brzozowska
27.General Overview of the Three-dimensional Architectural Models as Acroteria in Medieval Georgia
Natalia Chitishvili
28.The Eulogy of Symeonic Miscellany: the Imperial Patronage of the First Slavic Anthology
Marcello Garzaniti
29.Roman Campaigns and Negotiations in the East, 542–545
Geoffrey Greatrex
30.Byzantine Battleships and Military Transport Vessels along the Hostile Shores
Yanko Hristov
Dafina Kostadinova
31.The Early Christians in the Face of Epidemics
Oleksandr Kashchuk
32.Lilingis, the Bastard Half-Brother of Illus
Mirosław J. Leszka
33.The Notion of "communis schola" in the Thought of Jean Gerson (1363–1429)
Luciano Micali
34.Money in “Historia monachorum in Aegypto”
Ireneusz Milewski
35. Images of the Emperors John II and Manuel I in the Accounts of William, Archbishop of Tyre
Zdzisław Pentek
36.Theoria and Optasia in the Old Church Slavonic Translations of the “Life of St Anthony the Great”
Ivan P. Petrov
37. From Enemies to Allies: the Mystery of Prince Oleg’s Campaign against Constantinople
Aleksandr A. Romensky
38. On the Prehistory of Bogomilism – the Historical and Religious Continuum of the Dualistic Groups in Early Medieval Bulgaria (8th–10th Century)
Hristo Saldzhiev
39.The Non-Orthodox in The Martyrdom of John the New by Gregory Camblak Patterns of Dehumanization
Jan Mikołaj Wolski
40.“The Church Histories of Theodore Lector and John Diakrinomenos”, ed. Rafał Kosiński, Kamilla Twardowska, trans. Aneta Zabrocka, Adrian Szopa, Peter Lang, Berlin–New York–Wien 2021 [= Studies in Classical Literature and Culture], pp. 6921
Andrzej R. Hołasek
41. Marcin Cyrulski, Teodora Prodromosa „Przygody Radante i Dosyklesa” [“The Adventures of Rhodanthe and Dosikles” by Theodore Prodromos], Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice 2020 [= Bibliotheca Byzantina], pp. 199
Mirosław J. Leszka
42.“A Companion to Byzantine Italy”, ed. Salvatore Cosentino, Brill, Leiden–Boston 2021 [= Brill’s Companions to the Byzantine World, 8], 33 maps, 25 figures, abbreviations, notes on contributors, index, pp. XVIII, 829
Tomasz Pełech
43.“Transmitting and Circulating the Late Antique and Byzantine Worlds”, ed. Mirela Ivanova, Hugh Jeffery, Brill, Leiden–Boston 2020 [= The Medieval Mediterranean, 118], 35 maps and illustrations, list of contributors, index, pp. XII, 302
Tomasz Pełech
44. Tsvetomira Danova, “John of Damascus’ Marian Homilies in Mediaeval South Slavonic Literatures”, ed. Lora Taseva, Peter Lang, Berlin 2020 [= Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe, 36], pp. 542
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