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Byzantium From Antiquity to the Renaissance

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Often overlooked by western historians, the Byzantine Empire lasted over years and has as significant an influence on European history and culture as the Greek and Roman periods. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Byzantium From Antiquity to the Renaissance book From Antiquity to the Renaissance at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

Get this from a library. Byzantium: from antiquity to the Renaissance. [Thomas F Mathews] -- With images culled from eleven hundred years of history, this comprehensive survey explores the Byzantine Empire's vast range of artistic splendors that indelibly informed the art of modern Europe.

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Indeed, Byzantium preserved the artistic heritage of classical antiquity and conveyed it to Europe, transforming it along the way with infusions of Eastern Orthodox religion and Islamic aesthetics.

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This article discusses the history of Byzantium in Late Antiquity, distinguishing elements from the late antique centuries from those of classical culture. From classical antiquity the Byzantines inherited a language and its written production, a portion of the ancient content and method of education, philosophical speculation (with an emphasis on Plato and Platonism), a general interest in Author: Petre Guran.

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The first ever comprehensive history of adelphopoiesis, a unique feature of Byzantine life; Offers detailed and comprehensive evidence of a third kind of monastic living arrangement between the better-known eremitic and cenobitic lifestyles.

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