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Thanks

Thanks are greatfully expressed to the following persons and institutions, who supported the project at various stages:

Wolfram Seidler (Institute of German Studies, University of Vienna) created the structure of the database and offered invaluable help and advice at various stages.

A major step in the development and progress of this project was a stay at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Center (Irene Vaslef fellowship, summer 2004).


A number of people discussed the database with me and offered valuable comments. I wish to thank (in alphabetical order)

Leslie Brubaker (University of Birmingham, Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity)

Ewald Kislinger (University of Vienna, Institute of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies)

Johannes Koder (University of Vienna, Institute of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies)

Maria Parani (University of Cyprus)

Mathew G. Savage (University of Vienna)

Alice-Mary Talbot (Dumbarton Oaks Research Center, Washington, D.C.)

Gabrielle Vail (New College of Florida, Anthropology)


The following researchers provided me with special bibliographies

Ken Dark (University of Reading, Research Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies)

Chris Entwistle (British Museum, Department of Prehistory and Europe)

John Nesbitt (Dumbarton Oaks Research Center, Washington, D.C.)

Yvonne Stolz (Mainz)