Court Ceremonies and Rituals of Power in Byzantium and the Medieval Mediterranean: Comparative Perspectives
BRILL, Sep 19, 2013 - History - 604 pages
Comparative approaches to political rituals and ceremonies in Byzantium and other court cultures of the Mediterranean basin form the subject of this collective volume, which examines related topics from the viewpoint of transformation, succession, appropriation, and representation in art and literature.
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Comparative Approaches to the Ritual World of the Medieval Mediterranean
Part One Rituals and the Transformation of the Roman World
Part Two Succession Procedures and their Ritual Articulations
Part Three Invention Appropriation and Transformation Between East and West
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