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Diokletian und die Tetrarchie : Aspekte einer Zeitenwende /
herausgegeben von Alexander Demandt, Andreas Goltz und Heinrich Schlange-Schöningen.
imprint
Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, c2004.
description
x, 259 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
ISBN
3110182300, 9783110182309
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imprint
Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, c2004.
isbn
3110182300
9783110182309
general note
Proceedings of a conference held in Split in April 2003.
language note
Contributions in German or English.
catalogue key
6019310
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Roger E. Reynolds collection.
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Review Quotes
"This volume is an important contribution to the study of the period."William Leadbetter in: Journal of Roman Studies 2006 "Man möchte diesem Buch eine zahlreiche Leserschaft wünschen, Gelehrte, Studenten, interessierte Laien: sie alle können daraus reichen Gewinn ziehen, sowohl viel Wissen wie viel Anregungen zum Denken."Gerhard Dobesch in: Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 1-2/2005
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Millennium pursues a transdisciplinary international approach transcending epochal boundaries to research the First Millennium AD. The editorial board and the advisory board represent a wide range of disciplines - contributions from art and literary studies are just as welcome as historical, theological and philosophical contributions on both the Latin and Greek and the Oriental cultures.
Main Description
Renowned scholars from Germany, Great Britain, Croatia, Slovenia and Switzerland contributed to an international conference held in Split in 2003. Their papers collected here show the present state of research on the Tetrarchy in its political, social, economic, ideological, historico-religious and archaeological aspects and on the reception of Diocletian up to modern times.

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