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Kal ^KOKoSolKTia^? 253 "HXte, xt ^(#>06yTiaa? x6 (Ijpcdov pa? 254 dSlKOi? , 8l’ oil dyx^XapTT^ aoi^». AN EPIC IN THE MAKING? The brothers went and found their sister in a well-furnished tent. , yXuK0y pa? », ^Xeyoy, «d8eX4>i'i, Kal Kap8la. and then embraced her. , ol dXXoL xoii? 64>0aXpo6? 204 ol p^y ^tXouv xd? Xetpci? xou, dXXoi xfjy Ke<|)aX‘nv XT]?. xou. 255-8), So they all returned amid great rejoicing to Romania: El26 Kal ^oxpd^ricrav ’? x6v dptpdy pexd KaKfj? KapSla?. E213 Kal ^8dpxe fjy ^^OKouaxdv el?
1 thank Dr Darsh of the Islamic Centre, London, for help with this word. For this information I am grateful to DrM. Halim of London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies; and to Mr H. Isbashir of the Islamic Centre, London. I rely entirely on their information, since I have not been able to trace the word kasi in a written source. For general information, see Encyclopaedia of Islam vol. 4 (van Donzel, Lewis, and Pellat 1978), 320; also al Faruqi and al Faruqi 1986: 148. S. Alexiou 1979: 57-77, 85-6; 1985: xcH-xevi, cxxiii-cxxiv, and passim', 1990: 65-70; Fenik 1989: 141-2; 1991:14,48, 50.
Galatariotou 1987) which sits uncomfortably on the boundary between the two genres. There is no evidence that the story of Digenes ever achieved a ‘definitive’ literary form. :). A consequence of Eustathios’ modest pretensions is that he has left behind clear traces of the sources with which he worked, and even of his frustrations with them, which seem at times to echo owiowjn}^ Dianes Akrites thus takes its place among those ‘transitional’ works which stand at or near the head of so many of the world’s modern literatures, in which a presumed oral substratum achieves literary articulation through uneasy symbiosis with the revived or newly developing romance (the Cid, the Nibelungenlied, the French romans d'antiquiti, Sayftd Battaly the Dani§mendname).
A history of crusaiders Vol.3. The Kingdom of Acre and Other Crusades by Runciman S