Arms and Armour of the Warrior Saints: Tradition and by Piotr L. Grotowski

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1 & 2) bearing the titles of chartoularios of the zabareion and zabareiotis belonging to a certain Constantine (with bust of St Theodore on the obverse) and to George (Dumbarton Oaks no. 58, 106. 2687), and points out that the change was influenced by the renaming of the armamenton as the zabareion. 11 NOT. , pp. 32-3 [Or. XI]; see also Jones 1964,2:834-5; Zygulski 1998, 117-18 (who also mentions workshops discovered along the limes in modern-day Germany and Britain); and also the list of fabricae for the western part of the Empire (NOT.

On the adaptation of the Latin term caballarius during the Palaiologan era, see Bartusis 1988. See also Wiita 1979, 72-3. 55 Kondakov 1924; Cumont 1925; Darko 1935; and 1937; Battisti 1968. 56 Schreiner 1981. 57 Hoffmeyer 1966. Painted representations (including many of a religious character) were examined slightly earlier in a monograph on Serbian, Dalmatian and Bosnian arms and armour by Skrivanic (1957). His work, which concerns arms used in states neighbouring the Empire, also has some bearing on Byzantine military equipment studies.

2687), and points out that the change was influenced by the renaming of the armamenton as the zabareion. 11 NOT. , pp. 32-3 [Or. XI]; see also Jones 1964,2:834-5; Zygulski 1998, 117-18 (who also mentions workshops discovered along the limes in modern-day Germany and Britain); and also the list of fabricae for the western part of the Empire (NOT. , pp. 145-6 [Occ. IX]). Southern/Dixon (1996, 89) state that the network of factories was probably set up under the Tetrarchy, but was based on existing production centres.

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