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Professor Małgorzata Dąbrowska, a distinguished scholar dealing with the history of Byzantium in the Middle Ages, belongs to the few Byzantinists who have become internationally acclaimed. A considerable part of her output concerns Polish-Byzantine relations which are hardly known to foreign scholars because of the language barrier, and yet they attract the interest of scholars all over the world as a new aspect of Byzantine studies. The publication of English and French works by Małgorzata Dąbrowska will thus facilitate better understanding between the Latin and Orthodox milieux in the European world. The author’s style is absolutely superb, regardless of the fact whether her texts are written in Polish or in other languages. This adds another quality to her oeuvre. From the review by Professor Maciej Salamon Professor Małgorzata Dąbrowska holds a special place among the Polish Byzantinists as an outstanding specialist in the history of late Byzantium and its relations with Europe (including Poland, which is, undoubtedly, worth attention). The current collection of articles can be seen as a detailed sequel to the author’s monographs Byzantium, France and the Holy See in the Second Half of the 13th Century and The Latin Ladies on the Bosporos. Byzantine­Latin Marriages in the Imperial Family of the Palaiologoi (13th-15th Centuries). Both titles reflect faithfully the author’s favourite and interrelated subjects of study, namely the relations between Byzantium and western Europe, especially the matrimonial policy, which is handled in a detailed and innovative way. From the review by Professor Jerzy Strzelczyk
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Tom dedykowany prof. Włodzimierzowi Godlewskiemu obejmuje 36 tekstów bliskich tematyce badań jubilata: chrześcijańskiej Nubii oraz czasom późnego Bizancjum w Egipcie. Autorzy – koledzy i współpracownicy profesora – podejmują zagadnienia archeologiczne, epigraficzne, dotyczące ceramiki i kultury materialnej, jak również historii Egiptu i Nubii w średniowieczu i później. Kilka tekstów odnosi się do dwóch stanowisk: Naqlun w Egipcie i Dongoli w Nubii, gdzie profesor Godlewski prowadził badania. Inne studia dotyczą m.in. takich kwestii, jak: funkcjonowanie sanktuarium pielgrzymkowego w Egipcie w późnej starożytności, spożycie i zużycie wina w egipskich wspólnotach monastycznych w VI–VIII wieku, rola postaci archanioła Rafała w chrześcijańskiej Nubii, pochodzenie „portretów apsydowych” w nubijskiej ikonografii monarszej, ideologia i funkcja północnego pastoforium w kościołach nubijskich na podstawie inskrypcji i malowideł, architektura sakralna w Egipcie i Nubii, ewolucja i rewolucja w ceramice nubijskiej, unikalne tkaniny z włosów odkryte podczas wykopalisk British Museum w Kulubnarti czy pozostałości biblioteki klasztornej w Deir el-Bahari (której monografię profesor Godlewski opublikował na początku swojej kariery naukowej). ****** The volume brings together 36 fully peer-reviewed contributions in the field of Christian Egypt and Nubia studies, mirroring a lifetime of academic achievement by Prof. Włodzimierz Godlewski, in whose honor this jubilee book has been produced. The contributing scholars are both colleagues and associates, and the subjects they take up in their studies are focused on issues of archaeology, epigraphy, iconography, ceramics and material culture, as well as history of medieval and post-medieval Egypt and Nubia. In several cases, the articles concern material from two sites, Naqlun in Egypt and Dongola in Nubia, where Godlewski has conducted and directed research. Thus, for Naqlun we have the functionaries of the Nekloni monastery (T. Derda and J. Wegner), literary culture (A. Delattre and N. Vanthieghem, J. van der Vliet) as well as ceramics (T. Górecki) and glass vessels (M. Mossakowska-Gaubert), and architecture of the monastic complex from Naqlun (S. Maślak). For Old Dongola there is a study of Egyptian amphorae with dipinti (K. Danys and A. Łajtar) and costume of monks in wall paintings (K. Innemée). Broader studies concern issues like the functioning of a pilgrimage sanctuary in Egypt in late antiquity (E. Wipszycka), wine consumption and usage in Egypt’s monastic communities in the 6th–8th century (D. Dzierzbicka), aspects of the role of Archangel Raphael in Christian Nubia (M. Łaptaś), observations on the origins of “apse portraits” in Nubian royal iconography (M. Woźniak), the ideology and function of the northern pastophorium of Nubian churches based on inscriptions and paintings (A. Łajtar and D. Zielińska). Church architecture is taken up by P. Grossmann for Egypt and Nubia, and A. Obłuski for Nubia. W. Y. Adams gives an overview of evolution and revolution in Nubian pottery, J. R. Anderson and A. Harrison present unique hair textiles from British Museum excavations in Kulubnarti, while A. Boud’hors and E. Garel discuss what remains of the monastery library in Deir el-Bahari (a monograph of which was published by Godlewski early in his academic career). The history of Baybars’ Nubian conquests is taken up by R. Seignobos. Contributions have been offered also by Nettie Adams, M. Barwik, D. Edwards, K. Grzymski, B. Lichocka, A. Łukaszewicz, G. Ochała, M. Rassart-Debergh, T.S. Richter, G.R. Ruffini, H. and A. Tsakos, J. Then-Obłuska, G. van Loon, D. Welsby, I. Zych and B. Żurawski.
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