2 edition of economic survey of the early Byzantine Church. found in the catalog.
economic survey of the early Byzantine Church.
William N. Zeisel
|LC Classifications||BX300 Z45|
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|Pagination||xi, 359 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||359|
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This is the first comprehensive and up-to-date history of Byzantium to appear in almost sixty years, and the first ever to cover both the Byzantine state and Byzantine society.
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By exploring these different areas, the essays in this volume contribute to scholarly understanding of how the church was embedded into the fabric of late Byzantine society and.
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The Early Byzantine church with the baptistery — a quatrefoil with a mosaic floor — is to be found close to the ’Imaret’, some two hundred metres south of the main gate of the citadel. At the time of writing it is in the process of being excavated and a description of it must therefore await its publication.
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about the Late Byzantine village that distinguishes it from its Early and Middle Byzantine counterparts and from village life in the Ottoman and early Modern Greek period.
For example, the evolution of Byzantine economic and legal insti - tutions in the Late Byzantine period, such as the pronoia and the paroikos, had aAuthor: Fotini Kondyli. "Lost to the West" is a long recitation of Byzantine emperors.
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