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By Alexandru Madgearu

The present kingdom of study in this touch zone among Byzantium and East critical Europe in the course of a stricken interval invitations a brand new synthesis of the latest unearths and interpretations. No such entire paintings addressing either literary and archaeological facts exists for the heritage of the Byzantine Danubian provinces within the 10th-12th c.
The major objective Alexandru Madgearu's e-book is to set up a chronology for the provincial association and for the advance of the Danubian frontier. First a guard opposed to the Rus’, the province of Dristra, later referred to as Paradunavon, grew to become extra a touch and clash quarter with the Pechenegs and Cumans, grew to become by way of the tip of the eleventh century in a half-open area, in line with the recent technique of Alexius I Comnenus.

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The Rus’ launched 71 Diaconu 1970, 14–15; Gjuzelev 1981, 17; Wozniak 1984, 304–306; Fine 1991, 149–150, 161; Malamut 1995, 107–109. 72 Toynbee 1973, 458–460; Wozniak 1984, 301–315; Huxley 1984, 84–87. 73 Theophanes Continuatus, 422–423; Masoudi, II, 59–64; Skylitzes, Romanos Lekapenos, 29 (ed. Thurn, 228; transl. Flusin, 192; transl. Wortley, 220); Moravcsik 1970, 55–56; Diaconu 1970, 17–19; Oikonomides 1973, 1–3; Makk 1999, 12; Stephenson 2000, 40; Curta 2006, 188; Spinei 2006, 109, 168; Spinei 2009, 92.

Moreover, the metropolitan of Euchaita was 139 Mutafčiev 1932, 193–194. 140 Kislinger 2001, 199. 141 Mutafčiev 1932, 195; Beševliev 1963, 218, nr. 46. 142 Leo the Deacon, IX, 9, 12 (ed. Talbot, Sullivan, 197, 200). 143 Bănescu 1946, 68; Stănescu 1974, 397; Kuzev 1979, 34; Kuzev, Gjuzelev 1981, 184; Wasilewski 1995, 190, 200; Soustal 1997, 120. 144 Jordanov 1982 a, 20–21; Jordanov 1993, 124–125, nr. 228–231; Jordanov 2003 a, 88–89, nr. 1; Krsmanović 2008, 139; Jordanov 2009, 426, nr. 1208–1211. 145 Jordanov 1982 a, 12–23.

151 Kühn 1991, 221. 152 Oikonomides 1965, 68–72. 153 Andronic 1969, 211; Božilov 1976, 19–32; Diaconu 1970, 24–25; Diaconu 1987 a, 218– 219; Makk 2002, 273–281; Holmes 2005, 398; Božilov 2008, 94; Krsmanović 2008, 133. Some 40 chapter one extension of Byzantine power north of the river Danube in 971. Tzimiskes had neither the necessary forces, nor indeed the need to occupy such a distant territory, the security of which was better left to the allied Pechenegs, who were the enemies of the Rus’. 155 Those coins are rather an indication of trade relations.

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