East Rome, Sasanian Persia and the End of Antiquity: Historiographical and Historical Studies
Contributions include 'The Two Great Powers in Late Antiquity: a Comparison', 'Byzantine Anzitene', 'The Official History of Heraclius', 'The Siege of Constantinople in 626' and 'Pride and Fall: Khusro II and His Regime'.
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