Antiochia in der Spätantike: Prolegomena zu einer archäologischen Stadtgeschichte

"Our image of Antioch on the Orontes, a metropolis of the Roman world, is largely shaped by the reports of ancient authors. By comparison, the archeological image of the city of late antiquity has remained essentially invisible. It has become apparent over time that the city underwent radical r...

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Published in:Hans-Lietzmann-Vorlesungen
Main Author: Brands, Gunnar 1956-
Format: Print Book
Language:German
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Published: Berlin Boston De Gruyter [2016]
In:Hans-Lietzmann-Vorlesungen
Series/Journal:Hans-Lietzmann-Vorlesungen Heft 14
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Late Antiquity / Antioch
Further subjects:B Excavations (Archaeology) Turkey Antioch
B Disasters Turkey Antioch History To 1500
B Social change Turkey Antioch History To 1500
B Urban archaeology Turkey Antioch
B Antioch (Turkey) Social conditions
B Antioch (Turkey) Antiquities, Roman
B City and town life Turkey Antioch History To 1500
B Social archaeology Turkey Antioch
B Environmental archaeology Turkey Antioch
B Antioch (Turkey) Environmental conditions
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Summary:"Our image of Antioch on the Orontes, a metropolis of the Roman world, is largely shaped by the reports of ancient authors. By comparison, the archeological image of the city of late antiquity has remained essentially invisible. It has become apparent over time that the city underwent radical reconstruction beginning from the 4th century as the result of pillage and natural disasters as well as demographic and economic change"--Provided by publisher
"Our image of Antioch on the Orontes, a metropolis of the Roman world, is largely shaped by the reports of ancient authors. By comparison, the archeological image of the city of late antiquity has remained essentially invisible. It has become apparent over time that the city underwent radical reconstruction beginning from the 4th century as the result of pillage and natural disasters as well as demographic and economic change"--Provided by publisher
Item Description:Literaturverzeichnis: Seiten 73-85
ISBN:3110443236