The Cambridge Ancient History / Edition 2

The Cambridge Ancient History / Edition 2

by Averil Cameron
     
 

Volume 14 concludes the new edition of The Cambridge Ancient History.See more details below

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Volume 14 concludes the new edition of The Cambridge Ancient History.

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ISBN-13:
9780521325912
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
04/28/2001
Series:
Cambridge Ancient History Series
Edition description:
Subsequent
Pages:
1186
Product dimensions:
6.22(w) x 9.09(h) x 2.60(d)

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Table of Contents

Part I. Chronological Overview: 1. The Western Empire, 425–476 Peter Heather; 2. The Eastern Empire: Theodosius to Anastasius A. D. Lee; 3. Justin I and and Justinian Averil Cameron; 4. The successors of Justinian Michael Whitby; 5. The Western Kingdoms Roger Collins; Part II. Government and Institutions: 6. Emperor and court M. McCormick; 7. Government and administration Sam Barnish, A. D. Lee and Michael Whitby; 8. Administration and politics in the cities of the fifth to mid-seventh centuries: 425–640 J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz; 9. Roman law Detlef Liebs; 10. Law in the Western Kingdoms between the fifth and the seventh centuries T. M. Charles-Edwards; 11. The army, c. 420–602 Michael Whitby; Part III. East and West: Economy and Society: 12. Land, labour and settlement Bryan Ward-Perkins; 13. Specialised production and exchange Bryan Ward-Perkins; 14. The family in the late Roman world Andrea Giardina; 15. Family and friendship in the West Ian Wood; 16. State, lordship and community in the West (c. AD 400–600) Peter Heather; 17. Armies and society in the later Roman world Michael Whitby; Part IV. The Provinces and the Non-Roman World: 18. The north-western provinces Ian N. Wood; 19. Italy, AD 425–605 Mark Humphries; 20. Vandals and Byzantine Africa Averil Cameron; 21a. Asia Minor and Cyprus Charlotte Roueché; 21b. Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia Hugh Kennedy; 21c. Egypt James G. Keenan; 22a. The Sasanid monarchy Ze'ev Rubin; 22b. Armenia in the fifth and sixth centuries R. W. Thomson; 22c. The Arabs Lawrence I. Conrad; 23. The Balkans and Greece, 420–602 Michael Whitby; Part V. Religions and Culture: 24. The organization of the Church S. G. Hall; 25. Monasticism Philip Rousseau; 26 Holy men Peter Brown; 27. The definition and enforcement of orthodoxy Pauline Allen; 28. Philosophy and philosophical schools Anne Sheppard; 29. Education in the Roman Empire Robert Browning; 30. The visual arts Robin Cormack; 31. Building and architecture Marlia Mundell Mango; Conclusion.

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