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This bibliography presents a list of reference articles and books relevant to the discussion of how the Panoplia Dogmatike continued to be read long after the twelfth century and was used in ways that went beyond the expectations of Emperor Alexios I and his theologians. The first printed Greek edition of the Panoplia came before the national movements in South-Eastern Europe when the Orthodox elite were using the Greek language regardless of their national identity. The knowledge of the circumstances around the compilation of the Panoplia in the twelfth century come from two sources-the history of the reign of Alexios I, written by his own daughter Anna Komnene, and, second, the prologue of the anthology itself.

Keywords: Panoplia Dogmatike; south-eastern Europe



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