Review of the book “O scurta istorie a bibliotecilor bizantine” [A brief history of Byzantine libraries], Author - Silviu-Constantin Nedelcu, Lumen Publishing House, Iasi, 2020
Keywords:Byzantine cultural history, Byzantine libraries, Silviu Constantin Nedelcu
Author of more than 80 studies and articles of theology and bibliotheconomy and of the book: Cenzurarea presei ortodoxe în comunism ( The Censorship of the Orthodox press during the communist period) (Nedelcu 2019), but alsoPhD in philology and member of important associations and cultural institutions, Silviu-Constantin Nedelcu is already a name known in the Romanian cultural space. His recent book, entitled: O scurtă istorie a bibliotecilor byzantine (A short history of the Byzantine Libraries) (Nedelcu 2020), published by the acclaimed Lumen Publishing House from Iassy, comes to offer a new testimony of the quality of his investigations.
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