Obolensky, The Bogomils (1972)
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Abbreviation
Obolensky, The Bogomils (1972)
Form of publication
Book

Dimitri Obolensky, The Bogomils. A Study in Balkan Neo-Manichaeism (Antony C. Hall, 2nd ed, Twickenham 1972)

First edition
Publisher of first edition
Cambridge University Press
Place of publication of first edition
Cambridge
Date of publication of first edition
1948
Key words
Alexiad / Alexias.
Anatolia.
Anna Comnena / Anna Komnene.
Antioch / Antakya.
Arabs.
Armenia.
Armenians.
Ascetics.
Asia.
Asia Minor.
Balkans.
Basil II, the Bulgar-slayer,.
Bogomils.
Bulgaria.
Bulgarians.
Byzantine emperors.
Czars.
Demons.
Ecclesiastical history.
Ethnology.
Euthymios Zigabenos, theologian.
Euxine Pontus / Black Sea.
Macedonia.
Manichaeism.
Marriage.
Medieval era.
Medieval Serbia.
Mesopotamia.
Middle Byzantine period.
Middle East.
Monasteries.
Mystical beliefs.
Old Testament.
Oriental religions.
Patriarch of Constantinople.
Paul, apostle.
Paulicians / Paulicianism.
Persecution.
Philippoupolis / Plovdiv.
Photios I, Ecumenical Patriarch.
Samosata / Samsat.
Skopia.
Slavs.
Syria.
Theodora, empress, saint.
Women.
Zoroaster.