See also Chapters 1, 3, 6, and 8 of The Jews of Khazaria
Brook, Kevin Alan. "Tales about Jewish Khazars in the Byzantine Empire Resolve an Old Debate." Los Muestros: The Sephardic Voice No. 54 (March 2004): 32-34. Summary and analysis of two tales about Khazars residing in the Byzantine district of Pera, a suburb of Constantinople, from a commentary to an edition of the Life of Saint Zotikos.
Colarusso, John. "Two Circassian Tales of Huns and Khazars." The Annual of the Society for the Study of Caucasia 4-5 (1992-1993): 63-75. Includes a story by a Circassian bard which allegedly contains remembrances of a medieval battle in Khazaria.
Gaster, Moses, ed. The Chronicles of Jerahmeel. New York: Ktav, 1971. Contains translations of Hebrew legends about the lost tribes of Israel, including allusions to the autonomous Khazars.
Gow, Andrew Colin. The Red Jews: Antisemitism in an Apocalyptic Age, 1200-1600. Leiden, Netherlands: E. J. Brill, 1995. The mythicized "Red Jews" were said to have been walled up in the "Caspian Mountains" by Alexander the Great.
Miller, Timothy S. "The Miracle Tales of Saint Zotikos, Khazars, and the Jews of Pera." In Seventeenth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, 8-10 November 1991: Abstracts, pp. 17-18. Brookline, MA: Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, 1991. Summary of a theme of Miller's 1994 article.
Miller, Timothy S., ed. "The Legend of Saint Zotikos According to Constantine Akropolites." Analecta Bollandiana 112 (1994): 339-376. Includes two tales about Khazars residing in the Byzantine district of Pera, a suburb of Constantinople, from a commentary to an edition of the Life of Saint Zotikos.
Stang, Håkon. The Naming of Russia. Oslo, Norway: Universitetet i Oslo, Slavisk-baltisk institutt, 1996. Meddelelser #77. Includes discussions of the legends concerning the Red Jews and Gog and Magog and their alleged connections to the Khazars and other groups.
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