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From the Publisher"This book is a jewel of writing on Byzantine identity, one of the best the discipline has seen. It is fine in content and presentation, accompanied by very useful auxiliary materials, including maps and illustrations, and a glossary of Greek terms used."
Canadian Journal of History, Eugenia Russell, University of London
"This is an important and original contribution to the understanding of the multiple and evolving forms of Greek self-identification."
American Historical Review, David Jacoby, Hebrew University
"This important, sophisticated, well-planned, and intelligent book contains no wild theses or claims. The author has provided a major contribution to late Byzantine (post-1204) history and historical thought, as well as to Byzantine language and the history of ideas."
Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Walter E. Kaegi, University of Chicago
"...a praiseworthy first book." -Teresa Shawcross, Speculum