Albatros D.II & D.III Oeffag by Janda P. (Translator)

By Janda P. (Translator)

This booklet bargains with improvement, creation and operational carrier of 1 of the main dependent fighter of WWI. approximately each Austro-Hungarian fighter ace spent a part of his occupation within the cockpit of this airplane. The textual content describes additionally camouflage and staining kinds and afterwar carrier in Czechoslovakia. 172 images, 23 colour profiles.

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Athens, 1996 N. ” TM 8 (1981), 353–71. Repr. in Oikonomides, Society, Culture and Politics in Byzantium, no. xvi The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, ed. A. P. Kazhdan et al. 3 vols. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991 G. Ostrogorsky, Pour l’histoire de la f´eodalit´e byzantine. Corpus bruxellense historiae byzantinae, Subsidia i. Brussels: Institut de philologie et d’histoire orientales et slaves, 1954 G. ” ZRVI 12 (1970), 41–54 xxxi xxxii List of abbreviations Pachymeres, ed. Failler Pachymeres, Bonn edn.

John Prodromos outside Serres in Greek Macedonia, and the monastery of St. John Theologos on the island of Patmos. The Greek documents are supplemented The approach by the narrative histories, some letters, a few treatises, an occasional chronicle, and a handful of other odds and ends. The Slavic sources used are mainly documents issued by Serbian rulers, plus the Law Code of Stefan Duˇsan. In addition, a few western European documents and chronicles were useful. With one exception, all of the sources I have consulted are published materials.

Thus, the questions that emerged were, first, how is pronoia to be distinguished from hereditary property, and, second, how bad did the peasants have it under the sway of pronoia? In similar fashion, the Venetian sources that mention pronoia led scholars into the world of feudalism, a dangerous place. Now the questions were: To what extent was a pronoia a fief? Did administrative and judicial rights follow the granting of seigneurial rights? And to what extent did the granting of pronoiai lead to the feudalization and political fragmentation of the Byzantine Empire?

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