When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium : Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. / Dendrinos, Charalambos (Editor); Demetracopoulos, John (Editor); Kappes, Christiaan; Louth, Andrew; Palaiologos, Konstantinos; Pasiourtides, Vasos; Price, Richard; Wright, Christopher.

Bari : Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari, 2013. 136 p.

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When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium : Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. / Dendrinos, Charalambos (Editor); Demetracopoulos, John (Editor); Kappes, Christiaan; Louth, Andrew; Palaiologos, Konstantinos; Pasiourtides, Vasos; Price, Richard; Wright, Christopher.

Bari : Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari, 2013. 136 p.

Research output: Book/ReportScholarly edition

Harvard

Dendrinos, C (ed.), Demetracopoulos, J (ed.), Kappes, C, Louth, A, Palaiologos, K, Pasiourtides, V, Price, R & Wright, C 2013, When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium: Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. vol. Fasc. 1, Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari, Bari.

APA

Dendrinos, C. (Ed.), Demetracopoulos, J. (Ed.), Kappes, C., Louth, A., Palaiologos, K., Pasiourtides, V., Price, R., & Wright, C. (2013). When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium: Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari.

Vancouver

Dendrinos C, (ed.), Demetracopoulos J, (ed.), Kappes C, Louth A, Palaiologos K, Pasiourtides V et al. When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium: Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. Bari: Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari, 2013. 136 p.

Author

Dendrinos, Charalambos (Editor) ; Demetracopoulos, John (Editor) ; Kappes, Christiaan ; Louth, Andrew ; Palaiologos, Konstantinos ; Pasiourtides, Vasos ; Price, Richard ; Wright, Christopher. / When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium : Acts of the Institute of Classical Studies International Byzantine Colloquium, London, 11-12 June 2012. Bari : Nicolaus, Rivista di Teologia ecumenico-patristica, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenica San Nicola di Bari, 2013. 136 p.

BibTeX

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