Англо-валлийские отношения в XIV веке. Движение Овайна Логоха
This is a collection of papers by various authors presented at the conference "Literature and ideology" in June 2015, held as part of the annual conference in honor of the professor Andreev at the Moscow State University.
The Greek term kosmokrator 'world-ruler' had two opposite meanings: the Devil and the Emperor/ The firm one went back to Gnosticism, the second was derived from Hellenistic ideas about Kings' power. From the 6th until the 12th century the christian meaning Devil squeezed out the political one but in the 12th century the word "kosmokrator' returned to the titulature of Byzantine Emperors, due to the growing popularity of the novel abot Alexander the Great, whose epithet it served.