Armenia in the fifth and sixth centuries R. Thomson; 22c.
The Arabs Lawrence I. Conrad; Religions and Culture: The organization of the Church S. Hall; The definition and enforcement of orthodoxy Pauline Allen; Philosophy and philosophical schools Anne Sheppard; Education in the Roman Empire Robert Browning; The visual arts Robin Cormack; Building and architecture Marlia Mundell Mango; Conclusion.
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The volume is far more than a rock solid base for further research by scholars already in the field. It invites thoughtful reassessment of the era it so vividly describes so that students of other eras might benefit from its lessons. An immmediately apparent and most attractive feature of the volume under review is its generous supply of maps which are not only excellently produced but put to imaginative use The volume is generous around the margins of the ancient world But it is the interpretative discussions that are of most interest Perhaps this issue can most clearly be seen with reference to women No one who reads it will fail to be daunted by how much there is to know, nor grateful for the skill and style with which its authors lay so much before us.
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It begins with a series of narrative chapters, followed by a part on government and institutions. The economy and society of the Empire are grouped together, as are chapters on foreign relations and the barbarian world. A part on religion marks the importance of Christianity in the Roman Empire by this period. The volume concludes with chapters on the various literary cultures of the Empire, and on art.
Part I. Chronological Overview: 1. The successors of Constantine David Hunt; 2. Julian David Hunt; 3.
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From Jovian to Theodosius John Curran; 4. The dynasty of Theodosius R. Blockley; Part II. Government and Institutions: 5. Emperors, government and bureaucracy Christopher Kelly; 6. Senators and senates Peter Heather; 7. The army A. Lee; 8.
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