New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1976. Hardcover. G+ (Has moderate aging overall; some age and wear to dj, which has two small tears at bottom of rear that have been taped from inside; slight foxing to dj edges; bottom edge of book block has light foxing and the other two have some but less; page surfaces are clean.). Purple cloth, gilt letters on spine, fucha and illus. dust jacket, 416 pp., BW illus. "This unique interdisciplinary study focuses on the cultural interaction between Byzantium and the Latin West in the Middle Ages through the Renaissance. Mr. Geanakoplos studies the gradual estrangement of two kindred societies and churches, analyzing their encounter in theology, political ideology, mysticism, liturgy, law, and art. He devotes special attention to such Western figures as Bernardino of Siena, Traversari, and Erasmus, and the Byzantines Bessarion, Cydones, and Chalcondyles." (dj). (Inventory #: 156279)
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