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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT, USA .

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  • Rome -- Civilization -- Influence,
  • Civilization, Classical -- Influence

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Statementedited by Philip Rousseau and Emmanuel Papoutsakis.
ContributionsBrown, Peter Robert Lamont., Rousseau, Philip., Papoutsakis, Emmanuel, .
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LC ClassificationsDG77 .T73 2008
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL16777399M
ISBN 109780754665533
LC Control Number2008016618

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Our contributors suggest, from different standpoints, that this dynamic represented the essence of 'late antiquity'. As Roman society, and the societies by which it was immediately bounded, continued to develop, through to the late sixth and early seventh centuries, the interplay between what needed to be treasured.

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The religious transformations that marked late antiquity represent an enigma that has challenged some of the West’s greatest thinkers.

But, according to Guy Stroumsa, the oppositions between paganism. The most astonishing development of late antiquity is the transformation of a radical sexual ideology, for centuries the possession of a small, strident band of vociferous dissenters, into a Author: Kevin Deyoung.

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The opening essay by Robert Markus (“Between Marrou and Brown: Transformations of Late Antique Christianity”) surveys traditions of historiography in the study of Late Antiquity since the s. Ian Fielding's book shows how late antique Latin poets referred to Ovid's experiences of isolation and estrangement as they reflected on the profound social and cultural transformations taking.

The Transformation of Frontiers: From Late Antiquity to the Carolingians (Transformation of the Roman World) Walter Pohl, Ian Wood, Helmut Reimitz In the process of the transformation of the. Transformations of Late Antiquity.

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Cambridge Core - Classical Literature - Transformations of Ovid in Late Antiquity - by Ian FieldingCited by: 1. A very fascinating look at how late antiquity slowly transformed into the "Middle Ages." A highly misunderstood period which deserves a deeper look. Noble spends a lot of time on Christianity and /5.

The transformations that one observes across the longue durée of the Roman Empire (for which I use the fashionable term "Late Antiquity" in perhaps an overly loose way because I make Brand: University of Chicago Press.

Between Marrou and Brown: transformations of late antique Christianity / Robert Markus ; Old and new Rome: Roman studies in sixth-century Constantinople / Averil Cameron ; Old and new Rome in the late antique Near East / Glen Bowersock ; Regulations for an association of artisans from the late.

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Ian Fielding's book shows how late antique Latin poets referred to Ovid's experiences of isolation and estrangement as they reflected on the profound social and cultural transformations Author: Ian Fielding. The popularization of this periodization in English has generally been accredited to historian Peter Brown, after the publication of his seminal work The World of Late Antiquity ().

Precise boundaries for. As the book argues, the poet of Christ and the poet of the Muses were drawn together into an active, often provocative, dialogue about the relationship between Christianity and the Classical tradition and, ultimately, about the meaning of late antiquity.

The Best Books to Read on Late Antiquity — a Five Books List. Not everyone who has chosen books for our site has given an interview (yet). If you’re a historian based in the US and know Peter and would like to interview him about the books. Transformations of Late Antiquity Résumé This book focuses on a simple dynamic: the taking in hand of a heritage, the variety of changes induced within it, and the handing on of that legacy to new.

Peter Robert Lamont Brown FBA (born 26 July ) is Rollins Professor of History Emeritus at Princeton is credited with having brought coherence to the field of Late Antiquity, and is Alma mater: University of Oxford.

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Harris --El inventario de Roma: Curiosum y Notitia / J. Arce --L'edilizia pubblica a Roma in età tetrarchica / F. Coarelli --Roma da Alarico a Teoderico / L.

Pani. What factors already present in the society of the High Roman Empire developed and expanded into the world of Late Antiquity. What was distinct in this period from what went before.

The answers to. Kyle Harper’s book From Shame to Sin: The Christian Transformation of Sexual Morality in Late Antiquity is a scintillating contribution to this series. Not only does it measure the exact nature of the. In this volume of papers, deriving from two conferences held in Rome and Leicester innineteen leading European archaeologists discuss and interpret the complex evolution of landscapes – both urban and rural – across Late Antiquity.

Ovid could be considered the original poet of late antiquity. In his exile poetry, he depicts a world in which Rome has become a distant memory, a community accessible only through his imagination. This, Ovid claimed, was a transformation as.

Judaism was more than simply a source; it was one of the two survivors of the "crumbling of the ancient systems of the Greeks and Romans." It survived because it had been forced to reinvent itself by seizing on the "implicit medium of change"--namely, the interiorization of religion--that would define the radical transformations of Late Antiquity.

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About this book An accessible and authoritative overview capturing the vitality and diversity of scholarship that exists on the transformative time period known as late antiquity.

Provides an essential overview of current scholarship on late antiquity. Kyle Harper. From Shame to Sin: The Christian Transformation of Sexual Morality in Late Antiquity. Revealing Antiquity Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, (pb).

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