Byzantine studies
Byzantine studies (also Byzantinology) is an interdisciplinary branch of the humanities that addresses the history, culture, costumes, religion, art, such as literature and music, science, economy, an...
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Runology
Runology is the study of the Runic alphabets, Runic inscriptions and their history. Runology forms a specialized branch of Germanic linguistics.
Runology was initiated by Johannes Bureus (1568-165...
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Slavic studies
Slavic studies (North America), Slavonic studies (Britain and Ireland) or Slavistics (borrowed from Russian славистика) is the academic field of area studies concerned with Slavic areas, Slavic langua...
Soviet Orientalist studies in Islam
Soviet Orientalist studies in Islam are academic discourses by Soviet Marxist theoreticians about Islam, its origins and development based on Historical materialism and Muslims. The central question o...
List of Russian studies centers
The following is a list of academic research centers devoted to Russian studies, or Slavic studies, encompassing the area of the former Soviet Union, sometimes referred to as Eurasia:
Younger Futhark
The Younger Futhark, also called Scandinavian runes, is a runic alphabet, a reduced form of the Elder Futhark, consisting of only 16 characters, in use from about the 9th century, after a "transitiona...
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Ukrainian studies
Ukrainian studies is an interdisciplinary field of research dedicated to Ukrainian language, literature, history and culture in a broad sense.
A number of research institutes outside of Ukraine fo...
Byzantium after Byzantium
Byzantium after Byzantium (Bizanţ după Bizanţ in Romanian; Byzance après Byzance in French) is a 1935 book by the Romanian historian Nicolae Iorga, which gave its name to a national cultural movement...
Erilaz
Erilaz is a Migration period Proto-Norse word attested on various Elder Futhark inscriptions, which has often been interpreted to mean "magician" or "rune master", viz. one who is capable of writing r...
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Hilandar Research Library
The Hilandar Research Library (HRL), located in the Thompson Library on the campus of Ohio State University, has the largest collection of medieval Slavic manuscripts on microform in the world.
Th...
Science of hadith
Hadith studies (Arabic: علم الحديث‎ ʻilm al-ḥadīth "knowledge of hadith") are a number of religious disciplines used in the study and evaluation of the Islamic hadith by Muslim scholar...
Elder Futhark
The Elder Futhark (or Elder Fuþark, Older Futhark, Old Futhark) is the oldest form of the runic alphabets. It was a writing system used by Germanic tribes for the northwestern and Migration period dia...
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Cipher runes
Cipher runes, or cryptic runes, are the cryptographical replacement of the letters of the runic alphabet.
The knowledge of cipher runes was best preserved in Iceland, and during the 17th and the 1...
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Guglielmo Cavallo
Guglielmo Cavallo (born 1938 in Carovigno) is an Italian Greek palaeographer and professor from the Sapienza University of Rome.
Cavallo graduated from the University of Bari in 1961. In 1969, he ...
Byzantium: The Early Centuries
Byzantium: The Early Centuries (1989) is a popular history book written by John Julius Norwich, published by Viking.
In the book, Norwich covers the period 286-802 AD, from the establishment of th...
Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics
Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics (SSGL) is an academic book series that was founded in 1980 by A.A. Barentsen, B.M. Groen and R. Sprenger and is published by Rodopi. SSGL is mainly devoted t...
Anglo-Saxon runes
The Anglo-Saxon runes (also Anglo-Frisian), also known as futhorc (or fuþorc), is a runic alphabet, extended from the Elder Futhark from 24 to between 26 and 33 characters. They were used probably fr...
Anglo-Saxon runes - Wikipedia
Wolfgang Krause
Wolfgang Krause (18 September 1895, Steglitz – 14 August 1970, Göttingen) was a German linguist. He specialised initially in Celtic studies and the Tokharians, later in Old Norse and especially ...
Konstantin Josef Jireček
Konstantin Josef Jireček (Bulgarian: Константин Йозеф Иречек, pronounced [jiretʃek]; 24 July 1854, Vienna – 1918, Vienna), son of Josef Jireček (1825–1888) and Božena, a daughter of Pavol Jozef Ša...
Konstantin Josef Jireček - Wikipedia
Medieval medicine of Western Europe
Medieval medicine in Western Europe was composed of a mixture of existing ideas from antiquity, spiritual influences and what Claude Lévi-Strauss identifies as the "shamanistic complex" and "social co...
Medieval medicine of Western Europe - Wikipedia
Old Church Slavonic language
Old Church Slavonic (/ˌoʊld tʃɜrtʃ sləˈvɒnɪk/, /-slæˈ-/), also known as Old Church Slavic (/ˌoʊld tʃɜrtʃ ˈslaːvɪk/; often abbreviated to OCS; self-name словѣ́ньскъ ѩзꙑ́къ, slověnĭskŭ językŭ), was the ...
Old Church Slavonic language - Wikipedia
Unani
Unani-tibb or Unani Medicine also spelled Yunani Medicine (/juːˈnɑːni/; Yūnānī in Arabic, Hindustani, Pashto and Persian) is a form of traditional medicine practiced in middle-east & south-Asian c...
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Medieval runes
The medieval runes, or the futhork, was a Scandinavian 27 letter runic alphabet that evolved from the Younger Futhark after the introduction of dotted runes at the end of the Viking Age and it was ful...
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