Byzantium, the empire of New Rome

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Scribner, 1980 - History - 334 pages
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Examining Byzantine life from the point of view of the average citizen, a noted historian deals with language, social and economic conditions, the disappearance and revival of cities, education, monasticism, and the Byzantine literary, artistic, and architectural legacy

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User Review  - Phoenix2 - Goodreads

Nicelly written and easy to study. Read full review

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User Review  - Simon Jones - Goodreads

Delves further into the Byzantine mindset and beliefs than other books I have read on Byzantium with some very interesting insights. Does it get us any closer to the Byzantine man on the street ... Read full review

Contents

Peoples and Languages
13
Society and Economy
32
The Disappearance and Revival of Cities
60
Copyright

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