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    Alice-Mary Maffry Talbot
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Faezahn
Athanasius was not a bureaucrat or administrator but an aesthetic so his choice for the position of Patriarch of Constantinople was unusual. The Emperor Andronikos was not very effective but was personally pious. Athanasius had high moral standards and this put him in conflict with the nobility that hoarded their wealth and were reluctant to help refugees from Anatolia. Many bishops had abandoned their diocese and were hiding out in Constantinople. Athanasius put them off side by insisting they return.

The letters in this volume are valuable sources for 13th century Byzantium but not particularly engrossing. I read this book in small grabs over a long period. The introduction was short but great. Athanasius certainly deserves to be better known. He was not a particularly educated man so many of his letters have poor grammar (as the editor frequently point out). This book is currently out of print but Dumbarton Oaks should reprint it.
Nanecele
This collection of letters is a vitally important source for the impact of the Ottoman advance into western Asia Minor in the early 14th c. They detail in particular the consequences for the Greek population of the Anatolian cities, who migrated to the Sea of Marmara and crossed over to Constantinople. The letters also provide important information about the internal workings of the Byzantine state at a time of political crisis and military collapse. This was the beginning of the final phase of the Turkification of Asia Minor, one of the last great ethnic and religious transformations to affect the medieval Mediterranean. For further discussion, see Speros Vryonis, The Decline of Medieval Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization from the Eleventh to Fifteenth Century (Berkeley - Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1971). There is a recent Modern Greek translation of of Vryonis' work by Katia Galatariotou, with a new introduction by the author, published by the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation, Athens, 1996.