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2016
[589] Decker M, Hodges R.  2016.  The Byzantine Dark Ages. Debates in Archaeology. :256.
[2016] Kimmelfield I.  2016.  Remembering the Lost Palace: Explaining and Engaging with the Absence of Constantinople’s Great Palace. Monuments & Memory: Christian Cult Buildings and Constructions of the Past: Essays in honour of Sible de Blaauw. :121–130.
2011
[2011] Magdalino P.  2011.  Court and Capital in Byzantium. Royal Courts in Dynastic States and Empires. :129–144.
2010
[599] Korobeinikov D.  2010.  How 'Byzantine' Were the Early Ottomans? Bithynia in ca. 1290-1450 The Ottoman World and Ottoman Studies. In memoriam of A.S. Tveritinova (1910-1973).
2004
[2004] Bardill J.  2004.  Brickstamps of Constantinople. 1
2000
[2000] McCormick M.  2000.  Emperor and court. The Cambridge Ancient History. 14:425–600.
1999
[1999] Bardill J.  1999.  The Great Palace of the Byzantine emperors and the Walker Trust excavations. Journal of Roman Archaeology. 12:216–230.
1997
[576] Treadgold W.  1997.  A History of the Byzantine State and Society. :1044.
[1997] Mango C.  1997.  The palace of the Boukoleon. CA. 45:41–50.
1989
[575] Ötüken Y, Ousterhout R.  1989.  Notes on the monuments of Turkish Thrace. Anatolian Studies. 39:121–149.
1963
[1963] Mango C.  1963.  The conciliar edict of 1166. Dumbarton Oaks Papers. 17:315–330.
1958
[563] Grumel V.  1958.  La Chronologie.
1929
[572] Sarafoglou I.  1929.  Peri tes Adrianoupoleos (1760). Thracica. 2
1887
[1887] Bent T.  1887.  Byzantine palaces. The English Historical Review. 2:466–481.
1838
[593] Niebuhr B.  1838.  Theophanes Continuatus.