|NOUN || a byzantinist | byzantinists |
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- The concept and the term were developed in 2002 by Russian art-historian and byzantinist Alexei Lidov.
- The 19th-century French hellenist, byzantinist, historian, papyrologist, translator and academician Wladimir Brunet de Presle (1809–1875) died in Vimpelles (then Parouzeau).
- Graham Speake (born 9 June 1946, London) is a British classical philologist and Byzantinist.
- Vladimir Alpatov was born in the family of a historian and writer Mikhail Alpatov and a historian and byzantinist Zinaida Udaltsova.
- Ralph-Johannes Lilie (30 December 1947, Hamburg) is a German Byzantinist.
- Rodolphe Joseph Guilland (Lons-le-Saunier, 1888 – Saint-Marcellin, Isère, 5 October 1981) was a French Byzantinist.
- Germaine Rouillard (4 August 1888 – 1 September 1946) was a 20th-century French byzantinist specializing in philology.
- Charles Marie Wladimir Brunet de Presle, né Brunet (10 November 1809 – 12 September 1875) was a 19th-century French hellenist, byzantinist and historian who was also a papyrologist, translator in modern Greek and academician.
- Vasile Grecu (31 July 1885 – 27 May 1972) was a Romanian philologist and Byzantinist.
- Vera von Falkenhausen (born 1938) is a German Byzantinist who lives and works in Italy.
- Wolfgang Müller-Wiener (Friedrichswerth, Thuringia, 17 May 1923 - Istanbul, Turkey, 25 March 1991) was a German architecture historian, archaeologist and Byzantinist.
- Dragutin Anastasijević (Kragujevac, 30 July 1877 – Belgrade, 20 August 1950) was Serbian byzantinist and philologist, a member of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
- Alexei Mikhailovich Lidov (Russian: Алексей́ Михай́лович Ли́дов) is a Russian art historian and byzantinist, an author of the concepts "hierotopy" and "spatial icon", member of the .
- Hermann Hunger is son of the Byzantinist Herbert Hunger.
- The second was the French byzantinist Gabriel Millet, who held the chair for Æsthetics and Art History at the Collège de France.
- Ferdinand Chalandon (February 10, 1875 – October 31, 1921) was a French medievalist and Byzantinist.
- Manousos Ioannou Manousakas ([...] , 3 December 1914 – 16 July 2003), was a Greek Byzantinist and Modern Greek scholar.
- Elizabeta Dimitrova ([...] , born 28 July 1962 in Skopje), is a Macedonian art historian, Byzantinist and professor.
- Ludwig Schopen (17 October 1799, in Düsseldorf – 22 November 1867, in Bonn) was a German classical philologist and Byzantinist.
- Donald MacGillivray Nicol, [...] (4 February 1923 – 25 September 2003) was an English Byzantinist.
- Konstantinos Amantos ([...]; 2 August 1874 [...] – 23 January 1960) was a Greek Byzantinist and university professor.
- Paul Lemerle ([...]; 22 April 1903 – 17 July 1989) was a French Byzantinist, born in Paris.
- Dionysios A. Zakythinos or Zakythenos ([...]; 1905 in Lixouri, Kefalonia – 18 January 1993, in Athens) was a leading Greek Byzantinist.
- Robert Browning, FBA ([...]; 15 January 1914 – 11 March 1997) was a Scottish Byzantinist and university professor.
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