This chapter discusses Slavonic sources, which appear to have been unevenly produced during the 1025–1204 period. A study of the ‘Greek’ Byzantine sources in Slavonic is first presented; these are found to be prosopographically straightforward and are found only with a Slavonic translation. Slavonic sources that are explicitly about Byzantium and the Crusaders, and Slavonic sources with incidental information on Byzantium and Crusaders, are covered in the last two sections of the chapter.
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