Yiannias (εκδ.), Η βυζαντινή παράδοση μετά την Άλωση (2008)
[Bibliography]

Abbreviation
Yiannias (εκδ.), Η βυζαντινή παράδοση μετά την Άλωση (2008)
Form of publication
Book

Σπ. Βρυώνης, Jr., M. Velimirovic, Χ. Μπούρας, G. Vikan, St. Runciman, Θάλεια Γκούμα-Peterson, et al, Η βυζαντινή παράδοση μετά την Άλωση της Κωνσταντινούπολης, Μαρία Βασιλάκη, Χ. Βλαβιανός, Στ. Ευθυμιάδης, Μ. Φ. Δραγούμης, Νίκη Τσιρώνη, Βαλίκα Φουντουλάκη (μτφρ), (Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα Εθνικής Τραπέζης (ΜΙΕΤ), Αθήνα 2008)

Collective work
Yes
ISBN / ISSN
ISBN: 978-960-250-097-2
First edition
Title of first edition
John J. Yiannias (editor),The Byzantine Tradition after the Fall of Constantinople
Publisher of first edition
University of Virginia Press
Place of publication of first edition
Virginia
Date of publication of first edition
1991
Data
John J. Yiannias (editor), The Byzantine Tradition after the Fall of Constantinople (Cultural Foundation of the National Bank / MIET (Morfotiko Idryma Ethnikis Trapezis), Athens 2008) in Greek.
Key words
Aegean Sea.
Balkans.
Bulgaria.
Byzantine art.
Byzantine church construction.
Byzantine monuments.
Chios.
Constantinople.
Crete.
Cyclades.
Early Ottoman period.
Ecclesiastical art.
Ecclesiastical buildings.
Ecumenical Patriarchate.
Everyday life.
Greece, Ottoman.
Holy Mountain / Mount Athos / Hagion Oros.
Iconographic art.
Institutions.
Late Ottoman period.
Macedonia.
Manuscript.
Medieval era.
Middle Ottoman period.
Monasteries.
Monastic centers.
Music.
Naxos.
Orthodox churches.
Orthodox Patriarchates.
Orthodoxy.
Ottoman Balkans.
Ottoman Empire.
Ottoman Sultans.
Palaeologan / Palaiologan icon painting.
Palaeologan age / Palaiologan age.
Patmos.
Patriarch of Constantinople.
Photographic archives.
Plans, elevations.
Portable icon.
Post-Byzantine art.
Russian Empire.
Russians.
Saints.
Serbia.
Slavs.
Thessaly.
Venice.
Wall painting / Mural painting.
Women.