Byzantinische Zeitschrift

The Byzantine magazine ( BZ abbreviations and ByzZ ) is one of the leading trade publications in the field of Byzantine Studies. It was in 1892 by the founder of modern scientific Byzantine Karl Krumbacher, launched in Publisher BG Teubner in life.

After the death Krumbachers Paul Marc ( 1909-1927 ) and August Heisenberg was ( 1910-1930 ) Editor, followed them Dölger Franz ( 1928-1963 ). 1943 came the publication of the magazine due to the war to an end for the time being. Already 1914-1919 had to be adjusted to the Journal. Since 1950, she appeared in the Munich publishing C. H. Beck. Dölger followed as editor Hans -Georg Beck ( 1964-1977 ), Friedrich Wilhelm Deichmann (1964 to 1980) and Herbert Hunger (1964 to 1980), Armin finally defile ( 1978-1990 ). From 1991, Peter Schreiner published the magazine since 2004 Albrechtsberger. Since 2001, the Byzantine magazine was published by KG Saur Verlag, before it was changed in 2008 to Walter de Gruyter. The editorial team is based at the Institute for Byzantine Studies, Modern Greek and Byzantine Art History at the University of Munich. 2007 is the 100th volume of the journal was published.

The Byzantine journal is divided into three sections:

The Byzantine magazine is published annually with two issues per volume. The journal publishes articles on the whole range of Byzantine Studies, from Late Antiquity to the aftermath of the Byzantine Empire, from philology on the science of history and religious history studies to archaeological and art historical themes.

The magazine is the series of Byzantine Archives Bibliographicum (since 1898) and the 1994 to 1998 published in three volumes Supplementum supplemented.

The Byzantine journal is next to the Yearbook of the Austrian Byzantine and Byzantine studies one of the few periodicals in German-speaking countries in the field of Byzantine Studies.