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With original essays by leading scholars, this book explores thesocial history of the medieval eastern Roman Empire and offersilluminating new insights into our knowledge of Byzantinesociety. * Provides interconnected essays of original scholarship relatingto the social history of the Byzantine empire * Offers groundbreaking theoretical and empirical research in thestudy of Byzantine society * Includes helpful glossaries of sociological/theoretical termsand Byzantine/medieval terms…mehr

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With original essays by leading scholars, this book explores thesocial history of the medieval eastern Roman Empire and offersilluminating new insights into our knowledge of Byzantinesociety. * Provides interconnected essays of original scholarship relatingto the social history of the Byzantine empire * Offers groundbreaking theoretical and empirical research in thestudy of Byzantine society * Includes helpful glossaries of sociological/theoretical termsand Byzantine/medieval terms

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 328
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23.02.2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781444305913
  • Artikelnr.: 37362467
Autorenporträt
John Haldon ist Inhaber des traditionsreichen Lehrstuhls für Byzantinistik an der University of Birmingham. Er zählt zu den international führenden Gelehrten seines Fachs.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword.
List of Abbreviations.
1. Towards a Social History of Byzantium: John Haldon (Princeton University).
2. Men, Women, Eunuchs: Gender, Sex and Power Liz James (University of Sussex).
3. Family Structure and the Transmission of Property Angeliki Laiou (University of Harvard).
4. The Social Function of the Law Bernard Stolte (University of Groningen).
5. Social Relations and the Land: the Early Period Peter Sarris (University of Cambridge).
6. Land and Power in the Middle and Later Period Peter Frankopan (University of Oxford).
7. The Producing Population Michel Kaplan (University of Paris 1).
8. Social Élites, Wealth and Power John Haldon (Princeton University).
9. Court Society and Aristocracy Paul Magdalino (University of St Andrews).
10. The Church and Society Michael Angold (University of Edinburgh).
11. A Monastic World Alice-Mary Talbot (Dumbarton Oaks).
Glossary of Byzantine/Medieval Terms.
Maps.
Indices
Rezensionen
"Until now, the social history of Byzantium has remained a neglected field. Professor John Haldon has put together a team of leading international Byzantinists, each of whom addresses his or her own specialised area. The book will be a critical tool for anyone who wants to understand Byzantium."
Averil Cameron, University of Oxford"The great merit of this volume is its openness to larger methodological debates about socio-economic history and state structures. For the first time in a comprehensive study, Byzantine society is treated as an integral part of the world history of the Middle Ages."
Claudia Rapp, University of California, Los Angeles