3 edition of Why write a new history of Byzantium? found in the catalog.
Why write a new history of Byzantium?
Warren T. Treadgold
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Canadian Institute of Balkan Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DF552 .T74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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For a thousand years, an extraordinary empire made possible Europe's transition to the modern world: Byzantium. An audacious and resilient but now little known society, it combined orthodox Christianity with paganism, classical Greek learning with Roman power, to produce a great and creative civilization which for centuries held in check the armies of by: Introduction to A Narrative History of Byzantium: Almost the entire galaxy, and even beyond, has been affected by the great Byzantine Empire. This book will cover the history of Byzantium in narrative from its relatively humble beginnings on Earth to its dominion over the entirety of the Milky Way galaxy, and even its forays beyond.
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WHY WRITE A NEW HISTORY OF BYZANTIUM. Warren TREADGOLD For the last ten years, I have been writing a new history of Byzantium. Now completed, it is entitled A History of the Byzantine State and Society, runs to a bit over a thousand pages, and File Size: KB.
The Oxford History of Byzantium is the only history to provide in concise form detailed coverage of Byzantium from its Roman beginnings to the fall of Constantinople and assimilation into the Turkish Empire. Lively essays and beautiful illustrations portray the emergence and development of a distinctive civilization, covering the period from the fourth century to the mid-fifteenth century/5(17).
"Byzantium covers a huge period of space, time, and cultural influence, which is now synthesized into bite-sized pieces in Judith Herrin's new book Byzantium As a non-specialist, I can fully attest to her success in making her book appear friendly and imminently readableCited by: The first book on your list, Fourteen Byzantine Rulers by Michael Psellus, is an autobiographical history.
What made you choose this work. I decided that it was very important to have a book by a Byzantine, because you get a much stronger sense of the culture and the atmosphere of Byzantium by reading what an individual who lived then wrote. There are two kinds of epic novels: the kind (such as Stephen King's The Stand) where the characters start to feel like close, personal friends, and where you are constantly being blown away by the author's imaginative scope; and the kind (such as Gai-Jin by James Clavell) that seem to drag on endlessly month Why write a new history of Byzantium?
book month, as you stare at the bookshelf and wonder how /5. This revised and expanded edition of the widely-praised A History of Byzantium covers the time of Constantine the Great in AD to the fall of Constantinople in Expands treatment of the middle and later Byzantine periods, incorporating new archaeological evidenceCited by: To the fabled city of Byzantium, where they are to present a beautiful and costly hand-illuminated manuscript, the Book of Kells, to the Emperor of all Christendom.
Thus begins an expedition by sea and over land, as Aidan becomes, by turns, a warrior and a sailor, a slave and a sly, a Viking and a Saracen, and finally, a man/5(). "Norwich is always on the lookout for the small but revealing details All of this he recounts in a style that consistently entertains." --The New York Times Book Review In this magisterial adaptation of his epic three-volume history of Byzantium, John Julius Norwich chronicles the world's longest-lived Christian by: The Oxford History of Byzantium is the only history to provide in concise form detailed coverage of Byzantium from its Roman beginnings to the fall of Constantinople and assimilation into the Turkish Empire.
Lively essays and beautiful illustrations portray the emergence and development of a distinctive civilization, covering the period from the fourth 3/5(2). A Short History of Byzantium () is a history of the Byzantine Empire by historian John Julius is a condensed version of his earlier three-volume work on the same subject, published from to in pages, which is approximately one.
This is an incredible, epic, history.I knew very little about the Eastern Roman Empire when I decided to read it, and consequently this book was rather like drinking from a firehose.
years of some of the most staggering and implausible history you've ever read condensed into pages, finishing off with a heroic last stand and the legends it inspired/5. The Chinese Old Book of Tang and New Book of Tang mention several embassies made by Fu lin (拂菻; i.e.
Byzantium), which they equated with Daqin (i.e. the Roman Empire), beginning in with an embassy sent by the king Boduoli (波多力, i.e. Constans II Pogonatos) to Emperor Taizong of Tang, bearing gifts such as red glass. Sailing to Byzantium Introduction.
William Butler Yeats was an odd duck. In a world full of Modernism, he stuck closely to traditional forms. While contemporary poets like T. Eliot and Ezra Pound were busy breaking down the entire history of poetic form, writing poems that jammed all sorts of forms together into a poem that started to work like a great big set of Tinker Toys.
“Rufinus was an orator and a lawyer, a master of civil administration and agenda. It was because of him that the Eastern Empire—Byzantium—became a bureaucracy for a thousand years; and lived on because its administration had become too intricate to die—though there are those who say that its death was concealed in a sea of paper for that one thousand years.
This series provides a new narrative history of the ancient world, from the beginnings of civilization in the ancient Near East and Egypt to the fall of Constantinople.
Written by experts in their ﬁelds, the books in the series offer authoritative accessible surveys for students and general readers alike. Published A History of Byzantium. At a moment when the splendors of Byzantine art are being rediscovered and celebrated in America, John Julius Norwich has brought together in this remarkable edition the most important and fascinating events of his dazzling trilogy of the rise and fall of the Byzantine Empire.
With wit, intelligence and an unerring eye for riveting detail, Lord Norwich tells the dramatic history of 4/5(15). Why can't we entirely trust the traditional Islamic account of the conquests.
Period: Download: Why did the Arabs win. Part 1: The Sources RSS Feed: The History of Byzantium If you want to send in feedback to the podcast: Either comment on this post.
- Or on the facebook page. - Leave a. John Julius Norwich wrote A Short History of Byzantium, (ISBN ), which summarizes his earlier three-volume history of the Byzantine Empire (Byzantium: The Early Centuries, Byzantium: The Apogee, and Byzantium: Decline and Fall).
The. At the end of the day a book is a very personal thing and I am well aware that anyone else would have written The End of Byzantium in a very different way. Angold notes, for example, that I put a great deal of stress on the Byzantine diaspora after “In this sense, Byzantine culture embodies the French historian Fernand Braudel's notion of the longue durée, the long term: that which survives the vicissitudes of changing governments, newfangled fashions or technological improvements, an ongoing inheritance that can both imprison and inspire.” ― Judith Herrin, Byzantium: The Surprising Life of a Medieval Empire.
This revised and expanded edition of the widely-praised A History of Byzantium covers the time of Constantine the Great in AD to the fall of Constantinople in Expands treatment of the middle and later Byzantine periods, incorporating new archaeological evidence Includes additional maps and photographs, and a newly annotated, updated bibliography Incorporates a new 5/5(1).
The book's very well organized into different important Byzantine periods. However, I have to admit the history's very terse. Every paragraph seems stuffed with facts and details; especially as the first A good concise history that makes a first-rate overview and great reference for the dedicated fan of Byzantine history/5.The Oxford History of Byzantium (Book) Book Details.
ISBN. Title. The Oxford History of Byzantium. Author. Mango, Cyril. Publisher. Oxford University Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit.