Roman defeat, Christian response, and the literary construction of the Jew /

In the year 600, the Roman Empire was the most powerful political entity in Europe and the Mediterranean; an Augustus ruled from the capital at Constantinople, and Latin was the official language of the empire. Yet within two generations, this order had collapsed. By 650, the Levant, the Balkans, an...

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Main Author: Olster, David Michael, 1954-
Format: Book
Published:Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©1994.
Series:Middle Ages series.
Online Access:Table of contents Inhaltsverzeichnis
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Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Location: Dewey Books, Basement

Call Number: 949.5013 O52R1994
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