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  • ISBN: 978-2-406-06456-5
  • ISSN: 2103-5636
  • DOI: 10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-06458-9.p.0433
  • Publisher: Classiques Garnier
  • Parution date: 09-20-2017
  • Language: French
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Table des illustrations

Isabelle Ortega

Fig. 1 – Choix matrimoniaux de la descendance de Richard Orsini .   98

Fig. 2 – Réseau social simplifié de Jean Laskaris Calophéros  101

Fig. 3 – 1289, échange de biens italiens et moréotes  104

Annexe. Tableau des baux de la principauté de Morée
à la mort de Guillaume II de Villehardouin   107

Marie-Anna Chevalier

Annexe 1. Tableau des donations des croisés en faveur des ordres religieux-militaires dans leurs régions dorigine (4e croisade)  171

Annexe 2. Tableau des croisés témoins de donations en faveur de lordre du Temple dans leurs régions dorigine (4e croisade)  174

Rustam Shukurov

Fig. 1 – Asians in western Byzantine lands  195

Fig. 2 – Asians in the Byzantine Pontos  199

Samvel Grigoryan

Fig. 1 – Bailli Atan mentioned as the seigneur of Maniōn. Yerevan, Mashtots Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, MS 1898, fol. 170v  247

Fig. 2 – The Land of Siratan and other domains of Armenian išxans (princes / barons) in Isauria and Pamphylia  248

Fig. 3 – Genealogical tree  249

Fig. 4 – The additions to the Annals by Hetʽum of Koikos
made at the bottom of the folio 155v of MS 1898  250

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Gohar Grigoryan

Fig. 1 – Prince Lewon. MS 8321, Gospels, fol. 15r. © Yerevan, Matenadaran  291

Fig. 2 – « Մեր հնութիւնները » (Our Antiquities), Banaser 4/1902, p. 97. Photo : Karapet Basmaǰean  292

Fig. 3 – Dedication. MS 10450, Zeytun Gospels, fols. 5v-6r. © Yerevan, Matenadaran  293

Fig. 4a et 4b – Dedication. MS 2027, Ritual, fols. 61v, 86v. © Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate, Library of the Monastery of St. James  294

Fig. 5 – Dedication page and Portrait of Prince Levon and Kean. MS 2660, Gospels, fols. 287v-288r. © Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate  295

Fig. 6a et 6b – 6a. Hûlegû, ID: HUL#17, A-2125.5(var.). 6b. (I-II). Mahmud Ghazan, ID: GHA#1, A-2176; ID: GHA#16, A-2176  296

Fig. 6c, 6d, 6e et 6f – 6c. Öljeitû, ID: ULJ#33, A-2190. 6d. Abu Said, ID: ABU#125, A-2220. 6e. Togha Temür, ID: TAG#3, A-2246. 6f. Dirham coin of Ilkhan Arghun, ID: #9, A-2149.2. © Christian Rasmussen Collection. Ilkhanid Coins (www.tokakte.virtualave.net)  297

Fig. 7a, 7b et 7c – 7a. Adoration of the Magi. MS 251, Gospels of 1260, fol. 15v, fragment. © Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate.7b. Return of the Magi. MS 539, Gospels of 1262, fol. 19r, fragment. © Baltimore, Walters Art Museum.7c. Magi from the scene Birth of Christ, fresco, fragment. Church of St. Nicholas of the Roof in Kakopetria, Cyprus (14th century). © Photo : author  298

Fig. 8a, 8b et 8c – Inscriptions in Arabic script written within the canon tables. MS 251, fols. 2r, 3v, 12v, fragments. © Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate  299

Fig. 9 – Bilingual coin of Hetum I and Kay Khosrow II. © Copenhagen, The David Collection, Inv. no. C 228  300

Fig. 10a et 10b – 10a. Xačkar (cross-stone) from Urc, 1279, fragment.10b. Xačkar (cross-stone) from Dseł, 1281, fragment. © Photographs by Hrair Hawk Khatcherian  300

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