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by J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz

Author: J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 9, 2001)
Pages: 496 pages
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This book examines what happened to the cities of the Roman world in the years when the Roman Empire disintegrated.

This book examines what happened to the cities of the Roman world in the years when the Roman Empire disintegrated. It traces the end of classical political culture, the impact of Christianization, and a progressive simplification of life styles in the lands, both East and West, that had been the Roman Empire. Wolf Liebeschuetz (vollständiger Name John Hugo Wolfgang Gideon Liebeschuetz, 22. Juni 1927 in Hamburg) ist ein britischer Althistoriker deutscher Herkunft. Wolf Liebeschuetz wurde am 22. Juni 1927 in Hamburg als erstes Kind des Historikers Hans Liebeschütz und der Ärztin Rahel Liebeschütz-Plaut geboren.

Liebeschuetz has produced a major monograph not just on the late-antique city but on the late-antique world. It is a formidable work of enduring value and will long remain the reference point for further studies in the late-antique city. -Journal of Roman Archaeology. J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz is Emeritus Professor of Classics, University of Nottingham.

For many years Wolf Liebeschuetz has been contributing significant papers on the history of Roman government and urban culture of what we might conventionally and possibly inaccurately call the Early Byzantine period (c. AD 300- c. 700). This book is a culmination of those efforts, providing a synthesis of not only his views, but also enormous and complex sets of data, literary, documentary and archaeological, from all across the Empire

This book discusses the changes which occurred in the cities of the . Liebeschuetz

This book discusses the changes which occurred in the cities of the Roman world in the period AD 400- 750. The cities of the Middle Ages, both in the East and Western parts of the old Roman Empire, differed from classical cities in fundamental ways. Liebeschuetz. Will appeal to an exceptionally wide range of readers, including ancient historians, church historians, and theologians. Wide chronological and geographical span - examines the fall of the Roman world and the making of Europe. Potential for courses in the late Roman empire.

ISBN13:9780199261093.

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Author of Barbarians and bishops, Antioch: city and imperial administration in the later Roman Empire, From Diocletian to the Arab conquest, The decline and fall of the Roman city, Antioch, Decline and change in late antiquity, Continuity and change in Roman religion, Ambrose and John Chrysostom. Are you sure you want to remove J. Liebeschuetz from your list?

Описание: Professor Liebeschuetz examines what happened to the cities of the Roman world in the years when .

Описание: Professor Liebeschuetz examines what happened to the cities of the Roman world in the years when the Roman Empire disintegrated. He traces the end of classical political culture, the impact of Christianisation, and a progressive simplification of lifestyles in the lands, both East and West, that had been the Roman Empire. Описание: This book investigates the ‘decline and fall’ of Rome as perceived and imagined in aspects of British and American culture and thought from the late nineteenth through the early twenty-first centuries.

Liebeschuetz: Decline and Fall of the Roman City Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001

Liebeschuetz: Decline and Fall of the Roman City Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001. ISBN 0 19 815247 7 (hbk). -University of Alberta, 1995.

This book examines what happened to the cities of the Roman world in the years when the Roman Empire disintegrated. It traces the end of classical political culture, the impact of Christianization, and a progressive simplification of life styles in the lands, both East and West, that had been the Roman Empire.