Reviews

  • Λεξικό της Νέας ελληνικής γλώσσας, 3rd edition,
    by G. Babiniotis. Anglo-Hellenic Review 41 (2010): 33. [Read it here]
  • A Byzantine Encyclopaedia of Horse Medicine:
    The Sources, Compilation, and Transmission of the Hippiatrica
    ,
    by Anne McCabe. Classical Review 59 (2009): 443-5. [Read it here]
  • George Boustronios: A Narrative of the Chronicle of Cyprus, 1456–1489,
    transl. by Nicholas Coureas. The English Historical Review 124 (2009): 148-9. [Read it here]
  • Ἀφήγησις Λιβίστρου καὶ Ροδάμνης, by Panagiotis Agapitos,
    and Livistros and Rodamne. A Critical Edition of Vat. gr. 2391, by Tina Lendari (joint review). Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 33 (2009): 106-8. [Read it here]
  • Στη χώρα του φεγγαριού: Βρετανίδες περιηγήτριες στην Ελλάδα (1718-1932),
    edited by Βασιλική Κολοκοτρώνη and Ευτέρπη Μήτση. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 26 (2008): 506-9. [Read it here]
  • Infamy and Revolt: The Rise of the National Problem in Early Modern Greek Thought,
    by Dean J. Kostantaras. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 26 (2008): 509-11. [Read it here]
  • Dictionary of the Medieval Greek Vernacular, 1100-1669, Volume 15,
    by Emmanouel Kriaras; edited by I.N. Kazazis. Anglo-Hellenic Review 38 (2008): 26. [Read it here]
  • A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology,
    edited by William Smith. Anglo-Hellenic Review 38 (2008): 26-7. [Read it here]
  • Mothers and Sons, Fathers and Daughters: The Byzantine Family of Michael Psellos,
    edited and translated by Anthony Kaldellis; With Contributions by David Jenkins and Stratis Papaioannou. Journal of Hellenic Studies 128 (2008): 287-8. [Read it here]
  • Robert de Clari: La Conquête de Constantinople,
    edited by Peter Noble. Anglo-Hellenic Review 37 (2008): 24-5. [Read it here]
  • The Renaissance: A Very Short Introduction,
    by Jerry Brotton. Anglo-Hellenic Review 37 (2008): 25-6. [Read it here]
  • History of the Byzantine Jews: A Microcosmos in the Thousand-Year Empire,
    by Elli Kohen. Bulletin of Judaeo-Greek Studies 41 (2007-8): 25-7. [Read it here]
  • Lorenzo de' Medici: Collector and Antiquarian,
    by Laurie Fusco and Gino Corti. The Medieval Review 07.10.18 (2007). [Read it here]
  • The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe,
    by Elizabeth Eisenstein. Anglo-Hellenic Review 35 (2007): 21-2. [Read it here]
  • In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000,
    edited by Michelle P. Brown. Catalogue of the eponymous exhibition at the Smithsonian Institute,
    Washington, DC. Anglo-Hellenic Review 36 (2007): 21-2. [Read it here]
  • A Modern Greek-English Dictionary,
    by D.J. Georgacas. Anglo-Hellenic Review 34 (2006): 23. [Read it here]
  • Apokopos,
    edited by Peter Vejleskov, translated into English by Margaret Alexiou. Anglo-Hellenic Review 34 (2006): 23-4. [Read it here]
  • Salonica, City of Ghosts: Christians, Muslims, and Jews, 1430-1950,
    by Mark Mazower. Journal of Mediterranean Studies 15 (2006): 178-80. [Read it here]
  • Warriors and Their Weapons around the Time of the Crusades,
    by David Nicolle. Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (2006): 98-100. [Read it here]
  • Lady Hester: Queen of the East,
    by Lorna Gibb. Anglo-Hellenic Review 32 (2005): 22. [Read it here]
  • Ithaca, Journal of the National Book Centre of Greece.
    Anglo-Hellenic Review
    31 (2005): 25. [Read it here]
  • White Gold,
    by Giles Milton. Anglo-Hellenic Review 31 (2005): 19-20. [Read it here]
  • The Rise of Oriental Travel: English Visitors to the Ottoman Empire, 1580-1720,
    by Gerald M. MacLean. Anglo-Hellenic Review 30 (2004): 28-9. [Read it here]