Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2008 - History - 782 pages
An archaeological survey of the Byzantine province of Eastern Thrace, now the European part of Turkey, and including most notably Constantinople. Chapters examine the geography of the area, historical and administrative developments using the literary evidence, the churches, roads and sea-routes, and economy. A detailed survey outlines the archaeological remains. Finally there is a comprehensive index of terms, places and people. 144 black and white photographs illustrate some of the less well-known remains.
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