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The classical mediterranean world

by William Hardy McNeill

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Published by Oxford University in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by William H. McNeill and Jean W. Sedlar
SeriesHis Readings in world history -- v. 3
ContributionsSedlar, Jean W., joint comp
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD5 .M27 v.3
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 300 p.
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24402082M
OCLC/WorldCa376275

This book, the first ever written on relations between Ireland and the classical world, is an interdisciplinary study of all evidence linking early Ireland to the . Bryn Mawr Classical Review Averil Cameron, depends heavily on a concentration by late antique scholars on the eastern Mediterranean” (). In the book’s conclusion (pp. ), Cameron argues that the “decline and fall” model is inadequate for explaining the various changes and continuities of the late antique world.

On #ThisDayInHistory December 27, , the first religious services were held in the newly built #HagiaSophia. Built under the reign of #Byzantine Emperor #Justinian, it was once the #GreekOrthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, briefly a #RomanCatholic cathedral, later an #Ottoman imperial mosque, and now a museum (Ayasofya Müzesi) in #Istanbul, #Turkey, formerly known as #Constantinople. Oct 10,  · Like 98% of the Classicists (or at least Hellenists) in the world right now, I’ve just finished reading Johana Hanink’s The Classical Debt: Greek Antiquity in an Age of Austerity (). It’s a remarkable book that traces the history of the concept of “Greek debt” from conversations about the West’s historical debt to Greek democracy,.

Classical Mediterranean and Near Eastern studies programs focus on the history, religions, languages, art and cultures of Europe, the Middle East, Turkey and the Mediterranean region. Joseph L. Rife Program Director Associate Professor of Classical and Mediterranean Studies. I am a classicist and a social historian who combines texts and materials to .


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