Society, Culture And Politics in Byzantium by Nicolas Oikonomides, Elizabeth Zachariadou

By Nicolas Oikonomides, Elizabeth Zachariadou

''Society, tradition and Politics in Byzantium'' is the fourth choice of papers via the overdue Nicolas Oikonomides to be released within the ''Variorum gathered reports Series''. Its concentration is upon the Byzantine global after the Fourth campaign and through the Palaeologan interval, notwithstanding a number of experiences take care of an extended time span. The twenty-eight articles incorporated glance first at questions of language and literacy, after which on the relationships among artwork and politics. the ultimate sections study elements of the historical past of the later empire, within the age of its decline, stuck among the industrial penetration of the Western eu states and the growth of the Ottoman Turks, and look at the improvement of Byzantine associations, monasteries and the Church during this interval.

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It is highly improbable that the southeastern slope of Megiddo should demonstrate a ratio between mass-burial caves and individual interments that is almost opposite to that of extramural cemeteries of most other sites. This comparison between the mortuary practices on the slope and those of Middle Bronze Canaan provides a second clue for the domestic nature of the slope during the Middle Bronze Age II–III. 8 eran arie The number of tombs on the southeastern slope dated to Middle Bronze Age is significantly lower than the number of tombs from the Intermediate Bronze Age and the Late Bronze Age found in the same area.

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