By Tim Ripley
;Air warfare Bosnia: UN and Nato Airpower КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Air battle Bosnia: UN and Nato AirpowerАвтор: Tim RipleyИздательство: Airlife Publishing Ltd.ISBN: 1853108146Год: 1996Страниц: 114Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 64.76МБЯзык: английскийThis ebook covers the 1992-95 Bosnian Air struggle in pictures and accompanying textual content. additionally includes appendices overlaying NATO/UN chain of command, air operations employees, air order of conflict, air losses, and Operation planned strength ordinance expenditure.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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As was discussed briefly in regard to Scandinavian appropriation of Byzantine coinage, when Greek was used it was usually copied, and poorly. This is not the 36 The Byzantine Ideal case in Rus . Because of the closer linguistic ties Rus maintained with Byzantium, mostly due to the presence of monks literate in Greek, Rusian coins and seals often carried Greek letters or inscriptions. A seal of Vsevolod Iaroslavich ( joint rule with Sviatoslav Iaroslavich 1076–1077; r. ” The other side of the seal bears the icon image of St.
Crowns with pendilia are classic features of Byzantine coins and seals and as such are immediately recognizable, perhaps making that image an immediate target for appropriation. Even Conrad III’s successor, Frederick Barbarossa (r. Despite the disagreements he may have had 30 The Byzantine Ideal with Byzantium, the style meant imperial power, and that was what he desired. Constant appropriators of Byzantium, the Norman kings of Sicily, also used Byzantine imagery on their seals. Roger II (r.
Harald “Hein” (r. 1075–1080) and King St. Knud (r. Byzantine coins were the gold standard of objects of appropriation, especially in the late tenth and eleventh centuries in Scandinavia. One of the interesting things that happened when Byzantine coins were copied is that although the design was often perfect, the lettering was often not. There are many examples of this from these coins copied in the north, but the same also happened in Rus . In Scandinavia, the miliaresion copied by Olof Skötkonnung had a meaningless Greek inscription, while Grierson describes a Danish coin of the later eleventh century that has four lines of text on the obverse that are largely undecipherable, though he was able to determine that the coin was based on a miliaresion of Constantine IX (r.