Der Doppeladler
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Asutay-Effenberger, Neslihan and Daim, Falko (Eds.): Der Doppeladler: Byzanz und die Seldschuken in Anatolien vom späten 11. bis zum 13. Jahrhundert, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2016 (Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident, Vol. 1). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.53.47

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ISBN 978-3-946654-24-7 (PDF)

Published 08.02.2016.

The original publication was published in 2014 by Verl. d. Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz, ISBN 978-3-88467-235-8

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Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger, Falko Daim (Eds.)

Der Doppeladler

Byzanz und die Seldschuken in Anatolien vom späten 11. bis zum 13. Jahrhundert

Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident

The Rum Seljuk Empire had emerged after the devastating Battle of Manzikert in 1071 in the previously Byzantine Anatolia. Until its dissolution in early 14th century it was the Byzantines’ most important neighbor on their Eastern border. The Rum Seljuk Empire combined Seljuk and Greek-Orthodox populations. Thus it was in close contact with Byzantium: Especially trade, the exchange of artists and marriages defined these relations. These social and political links as well as the ethnic and religious tolerance that shaped the coexistence of different groups in the Rum Seljuk Empire built the foundation for great art. At the same time we only know little about the Rum Seljuks and their interaction with the Byzantines so that the impression, that there had not been any cultural exchange between them, still prevails.

This conference volume presents the results of an interdisciplinary congress that took place October 1.-3, 2010 in the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz. The congress intended to discard this impression and initiate a discussion about problems concerning the Byzantine-Seljuk relations.

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"Although the Byzantine was one of the most important empires of the medieval period, it is not well known in the today western world."

Charalampos Chotzakoglou, in Byzantina Symmeikta .

Contents
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Titelei
Falko Daim, Jörg Drauschke, Johannes Pahlitzsch, Jörg Rogge, Vasiliki Tsamakda
Vorwort zur Reihe »Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident – Veröffentlichungen des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Mainz«
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger, Falko Daim
Vorwort
Peter Schreiner
Byzanz zwischen Kulturkonkurrenz und Leitkultur
Günter Prinzing
Byzantiner und Seldschuken zwischen Allianz, Koexistenz und Konfrontation im Zeitraum ca. 1180-1261
Rustam Shukurov
Sultan ‘Izz al-Dīn Kaykāwus II in Byzantium (1262-1264/1265)
Rainer Warland
Byzantinische Wandmalerei des 13. Jahrhunderts in Kappadokien.
Visuelle Zeugnisse einer Koexistenz von Byzantinern und Seldschuken
Antony Eastmond
Inscriptions and Authority in Ani
Thomas F. Mathews, Theo Maarten van Lint
The Kars-Tsamandos Group of Armenian Illuminated Manuscripts of the 11th Century
Nina Iamanidze
The Dragon-Slayer Horseman from its Origins to the Seljuks: Missing Georgian Archaeological Evidence
Thomas Dittelbach
Seldschuken und Normannen. Transmediterrane Perspektiven
Ömür Bakırer
The Palace of Aٗlā’ad-Dīn Kay-Qubād I at Alanya and its Glass Finds
Rüçhan Arık
New Information and Perspectives on Seljuk Art. Obtained throughout the Kubad Abad Palace Excavations
Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger
Überlegungen zu einer Herrscherinsignie in Byzanz: der Schirm
Arne Effenberger
Viktorien und Engel in der seldschukischen Skulptur
Siglen der Reihe Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident