Kekaumenos (Greek: Κεκαυμένος) is the family name of the otherwise unidentified Byzantine author of the Strategikon, a manual on military and household affairs composed c. 1078. He was apparently of Georgian-Armenian origin and the grandson of the doux of Hellas. Despite relevant suppositions, there exists no concrete evidence that he is the famous 11th century general Katakalon Kekaumenos, or his son.
- "Byzantine Siege Warfare in Theory and Practice" by Eric McGeer from The Medieval City under Siege
- Logos Nouthetetikos, or Oration of Admonition to an Emperor by William North
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