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Norsk bokhandlertidende
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Norsk bokfortegnelse
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Year: 1969
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Bok og bibliotek
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Year: 1960
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Kraks Blaa Bog
Author: Ove Holger Krak
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Year: 2009
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Emperor Constantine
Author: Hans A. Pohlsander
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134364458
Pages: 144
Year: 2004-08-26
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Frem. Populaervidenskabeligt vaerk udgivet af gyldondalske boghandel
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A History of the Later Roman Empire
Author: John Bagnell Bury
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Year: 1889
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Britannica Concise Encyclopedia
Author: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Publisher: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
ISBN: 1593394926
Pages: 2114
Year: 2008-05-01
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Britannica Concise Encyclopedia is the perfect resource for information on the people, places, and events of yesterday and today. Students, teachers, and librarians can find fast facts combined with the quality and accuracy that have made Britannica the brand to trust. A tool for both the classroom and the library, no other desk reference can compare.
The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Justinian
Author: Michael Maas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139826875
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Year: 2005-04-18
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This book introduces the Age of Justinian, the last Roman century and the first flowering of Byzantine culture. Dominated by the policies and personality of emperor Justinian I (527–565), this period of grand achievements and far-reaching failures witnessed the transformation of the Mediterranean world. In this volume, twenty specialists explore the most important aspects of the age including the mechanics and theory of empire, warfare, urbanism, and economy. It also discusses the impact of the great plague, the codification of Roman law, and the many religious upheavals taking place at the time. Consideration is given to imperial relations with the papacy, northern barbarians, the Persians, and other eastern peoples, shedding new light on a dramatic and highly significant historical period.
The Inheritance of Rome
Author: Chris Wickham
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 014190853X
Pages: 688
Year: 2009-01-29
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The idea that with the decline of the Roman Empire Europe entered into some immense ‘dark age’ has long been viewed as inadequate by many historians. How could a world still so profoundly shaped by Rome and which encompassed such remarkable societies as the Byzantine, Carolingian and Ottonian empires, be anything other than central to the development of European history? How could a world of so many peoples, whether expanding, moving or stable, of Goths, Franks, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, whose genetic and linguistic inheritors we all are, not lie at the heart of how we understand ourselves? The Inheritance of Rome is a work of remarkable scope and ambition. Drawing on a wealth of new material, it is a book which will transform its many readers’ ideas about the crucible in which Europe would in the end be created. From the collapse of the Roman imperial system to the establishment of the new European dynastic states, perhaps this book’s most striking achievement is to make sense of an immensely long period of time, experienced by many generations of Europeans, and which, while it certainly included catastrophic invasions and turbulence, also contained long periods of continuity and achievement. From Ireland to Constantinople, from the Baltic to the Mediterranean, this is a genuinely Europe-wide history of a new kind, with something surprising or arresting on every page.
The Ecclesiastical History of Evagrius
Author: Evagrius, Edward Walford
Publisher: Arx Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1889758884
Pages: 230
Year: 2008-01
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Originally published: London: Samuel Bagster and Son, 1846.
Justinian's Flea
Author: William Rosen
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101202424
Pages: 384
Year: 2007-05-03
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From the acclaimed author of Miracle Cure and The Third Horseman, the epic story of the collision between one of nature's smallest organisms and history's mightiest empire During the golden age of the Roman Empire, Emperor Justinian reigned over a territory that stretched from Italy to North Africa. It was the zenith of his achievements and the last of them. In 542 AD, the bubonic plague struck. In weeks, the glorious classical world of Justinian had been plunged into the medieval and modern Europe was born. At its height, five thousand people died every day in Constantinople. Cities were completely depopulated. It was the first pandemic the world had ever known and it left its indelible mark: when the plague finally ended, more than 25 million people were dead. Weaving together history, microbiology, ecology, jurisprudence, theology, and epidemiology, Justinian's Flea is a unique and sweeping account of the little known event that changed the course of a continent. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Byzantine Constantinople
Author: Nevra Necipoğlu
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004116257
Pages: 363
Year: 2001
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This collection of papers on the city of Constantinople by a distinguished group of Byzantine historians, art historians, and archaeologists provides new perspectives as well as new evidence on the monuments, topography, social and economic life of the Byzantine imperial capital.
History of the Byzantine Empire, 324–1453
Author: Alexander A. Vasiliev
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 0299809269
Pages: 846
Year: 1958-04-15
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“This is the revised English translation from the original work in Russian of the history of the Great Byzantine Empire. It is the most complete and thorough work on this subject. From it we get a wonderful panorama of the events and developments of the struggles of early Christianity, both western and eastern, with all of its remains of the wonderful productions of art, architecture, and learning.”—Southwestern Journal of Theology
The Civil Law:
Author: Justinian I
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329002555
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Year: 2015-03-19
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The Corpus Juris Civilis or the Body of Civil Law was Complied from 529 to 534 by order of Justinian I; thus, it is sometimes referred to as the Code of Justinian. It however contains the body Roman law previous to the reign of Justinian. This compilation, translated by S.P. Scott into English, and formatted into Three volumes, contains: The Twelve Tables, The Institutes of Gaius, The Rules of Ulpian, The Opinions of Paulus, The Enactments of Justinian, and The Constitutions of Leo

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