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*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)
*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)
*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)
*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)
*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)
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*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)

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*NOTE - this was originally a Slidecast, and won't make much sense without the audio, located at http://lisahistory.net/hist103/pw/lectures/LateAntiq.mp3. …

*NOTE - this was originally a Slidecast, and won't make much sense without the audio, located at http://lisahistory.net/hist103/pw/lectures/LateAntiq.mp3.

Lecture from 4 October 2010 on Germanic tribes, Byzantium, Roman Christendom and Islam during Late Antiquity.

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  • 1. Rival Aspects of Late Antiquity Lisa M Lane
  • 2. women dwellings leadership trial by ordeal witnessing Germanic culture
  • 3. Division of Rome -> Byzantium The study of law is divided into two branches; that of public and that of private law. Public law regards the government of the Roman empire; private law, the interest of the individuals. Justinian’s Code Icon from Georgia 4th c.
  • 4. Roman Christianity St John monastery 8th century, founded by Bishop of Chur at request of Charlemagne Santa Maria Maggiore, 5th century and City of God
  • 5. Islam Cordova mosque, Spain pre-Roman trade routes

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