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Published: 10 September 2020

320 Pages | 15 black-and-white and 9 colour illustrations

234x156mm

ISBN: 9780198841616


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Social Change in Town and Country in Eleventh-Century Byzantium

Edited by James Howard-Johnston

Oxford Studies in Byzantium

  • Offers the only specific treatment of a key aspect of the structural history of Byzantium in the eleventh century in a scholarly work published in English
  • Casts new light on the social history of town and country, discarding traditional explanations for Byzantium's sharp decline in the second half of the eleventh century
  • Synthesizes the latest archaeological findings from Asia Minor as a whole and from a specific area around Sagalassos in south-western Turkey, as well as from Greece and southern Italy
  • Includes the first detailed analysis of the changes brought about in Taron after its annexation by Byzantium in a valuable case study which provides a useful basis for further generalized conclusions