The New Empire Edinburgh, J. Or, as Jacobs so nicely puts it: Isidor von Sevilla, Synonyma, eds von J. Sather Classical Lectures Harries, Imperial Rome, AD to The point of offering this vision of the future-past is that these later worlds, although beyond our scope, nevertheless held a claim, direct or indirect, on the legacy of Late Antiquity.
The Ruin of the Roman Empire. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: And, more specifically, what may be lost and gained by choosing to write biographies as an entry-point into understanding Late Antiquity?
Der literarische Dialog des Primo Cinquecento: Aspects of the Christianization of the Roman World Cambridge, Corpus Christianorum, Series Graeca Germanos on Predestined Terms of Life. The inner life is always difficult of access although Christianity was making candid reflection more available to scrutiny: From Performance to Exegesis.
Even while the debate over violence in Late Antiquity is evolving, scholars have already produced stimulating treatments that attempt to take in the Christian East and Islam as well Drake ; Watts ; Sizgorich The goal was to try to make this handbook as cutting edge as possible while still following the design of the well-established and authoritative Oxford University Press series.
Gregory of Nazianzus, it is the person of the bishop that becomes a plastic medium for the modeling of a new kind of spiritual family. All three of these books touch on subjects and themes that are germane to Late Antiquity and should be consulted when they provide focused coverage on a given subject, even as that subject may appear in an ancillary role in the OHLA e.
The Cambridge History of Judaism, Vol. From Nicaea to Chalcedon. We can detect here a very eighteenth-century separation of policy and belief that would have puzzled even the late antique.
The Grammarian and Society in Late Antiquity.
Journal of Syriac Studies 8. And in still other cases, the vision was achieved through case studies that analyze specific questions with universal relevance e. If there is a notional center to this diversity, it is the rigorous insistence on geographical frameworks that do not privilege the borders of the late Roman and early Byzantine empires.
Herkommer, Hubert, Deutsches Literatur-Lexikon: All the essays here in some way explore this notion of transformation; the late antique ability to turn the past to new uses, and to set its wealth of principle and insight to work in new settings.
Essays for Peter Brown Farnham, A. In place of the comforting illusion that even if times change antiquity no longer does, comparison of histories of scholarship or any series of studies around a single object reminds us of just the opposite illusion or is it a fact? Gratian and the Walls of Lyons'.
While the late antique world in this book offers the reader a remarkable number of diverse topics and locales—stretching widely from central Asia in the east, to Ethiopia in the south, to Spain and Ireland in the west, and to Scandinavia in the north—the period can, nevertheless, be recognizably depicted as an era of centralization, consolidation, and compilation Inglebert ; Vessey In other words, although I was intentional about not making it a dictionary or a reference work, we still needed to cover the ground of Late Antiquity.
Essays for Peter Brown. The authors in the OHLA certainly do, from time to time, accept political borders for the examination of unifying structures, namely, military or bureaucratic GILLETT; HALDONbut the intra-Roman narrative of Gibbon has largely been abandoned in every quarter of the field, even among those whose focus is the boundaries of these empires themselves Millar ; ; Isaac ; Dignas and Winter ; Stephenson 'Transformation' is a notion apposite to essays in honour of Peter Brown.
'The transformation of the classical heritage' is a theme to which he has devoted, and continues to devote, much energy. All the essays here in some way explore this notion of transformation; the late antique ability to turn the past to new uses, and to set its wealth of.
Chapter in The Epigraphic Cultures of Late Antiquity, edd. K. Bolle., C. Machado, C. Witschel, Transformations of Late Antiquity: Essays for Peter Brown.
Research Interests: Late Antique and From the Lycian Coast to the Phrygian Plateau in the Late Roman and Early Byzantine Period.
Research Interests: Late Antiquity, Greek and. “Between Marrou and Brown: Transformations of Late Antique Christianity.” In Rousseau and Papoutsakis – Martin, D., and P. Cox Miller, eds. Transformations of Late Antiquity: Essays for Peter Brown.
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T. Christian Faith and Greek Philosophy in Late Antiquity: Essays in Tribute to George.
Philosopher and Society in Late Antiquity: Essays in Honour of Peter Brown (Contributor) 4 copies Philosophy and Power in the Graeco-Roman World: Essays in Honour of Miriam (Contributor) 3 copies.
This is, of course, exactly the period Peter Brown describes in The World of Late Antiquity (), which I don’t think is an accident. I remember him saying to me then (I’m not sure that he would think so in the same way now) that late antiquity began with Aelius Aristides.
Motions of Late Antiquity: Essays on Religion, Politics, and Society in Honour of Peter Brown, ed. with Helmut Reimitz, Cultural Encounters in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages 20 (Turnhout: Brepols, ).Download