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1. Calia, Anna. Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century.

Degree: Docteur es, Histoire et philologie byzantine, 2016, Paris, EPHE; Università degli studi (Saint-Marin)

Contrairement à la diaspora des intellectuels et des manuscrits grecs en Occident au XVème siècle, le rôle joué par les savants byzantins à Constantinople après la conquête ottomane de 1453 est un sujet encore peu connu. Dans le premier chapitre de ma thèse je dresse un tableau de Constantinople avant et après la Chute, tout en soulignant le développement de l’idéologie impériale ottomane et l’importance des réseaux marchands et des archontes grecs en tant qu’intermédiaires entre la cour ottomane et le Patriarcat. Le deuxième chapitre se concentre sur la présence grecque dans la cour ottomane de Mehmed II. J’aborde en particulier le cosmopolitisme culturel dans la cour à partir de l’intérêt ottoman pour l’héritage culturel byzantin, qui est attesté aussi par la circulation des savants byzantins et de quelques manuscrits grecs. La deuxième partie de la thèse est consacrée au rhéteur et copiste Jean Dokeianos, un personnage représentatif de la transition byzantine-ottomane. J’offre une édition commentée de ses ouvrages rhétoriques inédits, écrits pour les membres de la dernière cour byzantine de Mistra. Initialement proche de Pléthon, il s’approcha au cercle anti-unioniste de Gennadios Scholarios après son déplacement à Constantinople autour de 1460, où il travailla pour le Patriarcat et pour la cour ottomane. Dans le dernier chapitre je présente l’éclectique collection manuscrite de Dokeianos et son activité de copie à Mistra et à Constantinople, tout en proposant des nouvelles identifications. Dans l’appendice j’offre une édition de quelques ouvrages Byzantines inédits de la moitié du XVème siècle écrites par des auteurs liés à différents égards à Dokeianos

Unlike the XVth century diaspora of Byzantine intellectuals and Greek manuscripts to the West, the role played by Byzantine scholars in Constantinople in the aftermath of the Ottoman conquest in 1453 is still a little-explored subject. In the first chapter of my dissertation I provide an overview of the conditions of Constantinople before and after the conquest, discussing the emergence of an Ottoman imperial ideology and the importance of Greek merchant networks and Greek archons as intermediators between the Ottoman court and the Patriarchate. The second chapter focuses on the Greek presence in the Ottoman court during Mehmed II’s reign. In particular, I address cultural cosmopolitism in the sultan’s court by looking at the Ottoman interest for the Byzantine cultural legacy, which is also attested by the circulation of Byzantine scholars and by a number of Greek manuscripts in the Ottoman court. The second part of the dissertation is devoted to the rhetorician and copyist John Dokeianos, a representative figure of the Byzantine-Ottoman transition. I provide a commented edition of his unedited rhetorical works written for members of the Byzantine court of Mistra. Formerly close to Pletho, he became close to the anti-Unionist circle of Gennadios Scholarios when he moved to Constantinople around 1460, where he worked for both the Patriarchate and the Ottoman…

Advisors/Committee Members: Mondrain, Brigitte (thesis director), Canfora, Luciano (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Rhétorique byzantine; Transition byzantine-ottomane; Jean Dokéianos; Manuscrits grecs de l’âge Paléologue; Histoire intellectuelle de Byzance; Byzantine Rhetoric; Byzantine-Ottoman Transi; Jean Dokéianos; Late Byzantine Manuscripts; Byzantine Intellectual History

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APA (6th Edition):

Calia, A. (2016). Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century. (Doctoral Dissertation). Paris, EPHE; Università degli studi (Saint-Marin). Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2016EPHE4059

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Calia, Anna. “Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century.” 2016. Doctoral Dissertation, Paris, EPHE; Università degli studi (Saint-Marin). Accessed December 06, 2019. http://www.theses.fr/2016EPHE4059.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Calia, Anna. “Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century.” 2016. Web. 06 Dec 2019.

Vancouver:

Calia A. Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Paris, EPHE; Università degli studi (Saint-Marin); 2016. [cited 2019 Dec 06]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2016EPHE4059.

Council of Science Editors:

Calia A. Meglio il turbante del sultano della tiara latina : Giovanni Dokeianos e la transizione bizantino-ottomana a Costantinopoli nel secondo Quattrocento : Better the Sultan's Turban than the Latin Miter : John Dokeianos and the Byzantine-Ottoman Transition in Constantinople in the 2nd Half of the XVth Century. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Paris, EPHE; Università degli studi (Saint-Marin); 2016. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2016EPHE4059

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