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The Roman Empire Divided: 400-700 #2020

The Roman Empire Divided In this history of what happened to Western Europe North Africa and the Near and Middle East after the break up of the Roman Empire in the th century John Moorhead asks whether there was continuity

  • Title: The Roman Empire Divided: 400-700
  • Author: John Moorhead
  • ISBN: 9780582251113
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Roman Empire Divided: 400-700 By John Moorhead, In this history of what happened to Western Europe, North Africa and the Near and Middle East after the break up of the Roman Empire in the 5th century, John Moorhead asks whether there was continuity in Western Europe after this event, and to what extent it was sidelined with the ascendancy of Islam and the Arab expansion in the 7th century Broad in its chronological sweIn this history of what happened to Western Europe, North Africa and the Near and Middle East after the break up of the Roman Empire in the 5th century, John Moorhead asks whether there was continuity in Western Europe after this event, and to what extent it was sidelined with the ascendancy of Islam and the Arab expansion in the 7th century Broad in its chronological sweep, and with an unusual geographical range, the book covers North Africa authoritatively in addition to Italy, Spain and Gaul, and the lands and peoples east of the Meditterranean Contemporary economic issues, social structures and institutions are examined in a lucid narrative, which interweaves numerous threads into a picture of the empire in the year 500.

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    1. Great introduction, liked the stuff on Arab history later on The strength of Persian Spanish culture vs the weakness of cultures further west in Syria, Africa, etc How the Slavs slipped in behind the Turkic Avars into the Balkans A fascinating period and I look forward to reading Peter Brown, the academic doyen of this period, in the future.

    2. slechts af en toe echt interessant, te vaak zijn de anekdotes net niet fascinerend genoeg, en is de historische kijk te vanzelfsprekend.

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