|Died||October 22, 2016(aged 78)|
|Children||Theodora Bryer, Anna Bryer and Katie Bryer|
|Education||Balliol College, Oxford|
|Thesis||The society and institutions of the Empire of Trebizond (1967)|
|Doctoral advisor||Dimitri Obolensky|
|Institutions||University of Birmingham|
|Notable works||The Byzantine Monuments and Topography of the Pontos|
Education and career [ edit ]
Dip. (Sorbonne), MA, MA, DPhil (Oxford), FSA, FRHistS
Bryer was educated at Canford School, and after completing his National Service he studied history at Balliol College, Oxford. He initially remained at Balliol for his doctorate on the Empire of Trebizond, which he completed in 1967, but in 1964 he moved to the University of Birmingham where he created a programme in Byzantine studies. In 1975 he founded the journal Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies. From 1976, he was the founding Director of the Centre for Byzantine Studies, and in 1980 he was appointed Professor of Byzantine Studies, a post which he held until 1999.
References [ edit ]
- Herrin, Judith (23 November 2016). "Anthony Bryer obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 December 2016.
- "Professor Anthony Bryer, Byzantinologist – obituary". The Daily Telegraph. 6 December 2016. Retrieved 24 December 2016.
- "Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity". web.archive.org. 14 July 2009. Retrieved 23 August 2019.
- "New Year Honours". The London Gazette. 31 December 2008. p. 9. Retrieved 24 December 2016.
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