Eastern Roman Empire
and post-'Byzantine' Studies Discussion Forum
The intended focus
of ROMIOSYNI-L is the history
of Eastern Roman Empire
neighboring regions from 4th century throughout the post-'Byzantine'
phase; it therefore extends to cultural and historical issues
pertaining to the memory of the said empire as it survived among the
Ottoman Empire's "Rum Millet" and the Rhomeic/Eastern diaspora.
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intended primarily to facilitate the exchange of
within the international academic community, but it also welcomes the
participation of the wider interested public. Members adhere to the
highest principles of scholarship and to the teachings of our own
'Parakatatheke' -- the inclusive spirit of Romiosyne.
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