*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.

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

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*Four Rivals of Late Antiquity (Fall 2010)

  1. 1. Rival Aspects of Late Antiquity Lisa M Lane
  2. 2. women dwellings leadership trial by ordeal witnessing Germanic culture
  3. 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. 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. 5. Islam Cordova mosque, Spain pre-Roman trade routes

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