Tomasso Braccini, "Tales from the Crypt: The Scheintod of Zeno and Anastasios, Reexamined"
These accounts, taken to derive from the tenth century, are likely to be as early as the sixth century, especially in light of the Arabic Ps.-Galen De prohibenda sepultura, and with Zeno as the original protagonist.
Lucia Prauscello, "On Stephanus of Byzantium β 188: Βύβλος, βύβλος, and φιλύρα"
The entry’s textual problems can be clarified, especially by recognizing that Aelius Dionysius’ gloss φιλύρα was likely an addition by Eustathius.
Minqi Chu, "Rhetorical Training in Byzantine Italy: The Evidence of Paris.gr. 3032"
This 10th-century ms., an anthology of rhetorical textbooks probably composed by Theodosius of Syracuse (9th century), is exceptional in the context of the limited rhetorical education in the region.
Maria Giovanna Sandri, "A Grammatical Fragment on ἀντίστοιχα: Ms. Bodl. Gr. misce. e. 1"
A grammatical manuscript in the Bodleian should be dated ca. 10th century, and its topic is not accents but ἀντίστοιχα, the distinct spellings of vowels that now sounded the same.
Gábor Bolonyai, "Who Copied Janus Pannonius's Greek-Latin Dictionary (ÖNB Suppl. gr. 45)?"
Palaeography and historical circumstances show that Pannonius’s copy of Pseudo-Cyril was written out not by multiple scribes but by the young scholar Lianoro Lianori in 1449, whose history is traced.