A Companion to Late Antiquity

A Companion to Late Antiquity

Language: English

Pages: 734

ISBN: 1118255313

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


An accessible and authoritative overview capturing the vitality and diversity of scholarship that exists on the transformative time period known as late antiquity.

  • Provides an essential overview of current scholarship on late antiquity – from between the accession of Diocletian in AD 284 and the end of Roman rule in the Mediterranean
  • Comprises 39 essays from some of the world's foremost scholars of the era
  • Presents this once-neglected period as an age of powerful transformation that shaped the modern world
  • Emphasizes the central importance of religion and its connection with economic, social, and political life
  • Winner of the 2009 Single Volume Reference/Humanities & Social Sciences PROSE award granted by the Association of American Publishers

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daily life. The Egyptian priestly milieu presents itself at times as ambivalent or hostile toward Greek (whatever the realities; see Dieleman 2005: 1–10, 143–4). In a different way, the script of early Coptic documents yields an apparent agenda of differentiation from Greek. Many Coptic scribes in the fourth century eschewed the standard cursive scripts used for Greek documents, and persisted in writing Coptic documents in a type of handwriting more appropriate to a literary production (i.e., a

illustrates perfectly the intersection of, on the one hand, highly technical debates over norms and standards of doctrinal decision-making and, on the other, the quest for symbolic, unifying expressions of a common church identity (or, conversely, of the demarcation of internal boundaries). As a consequence, future research in the reconstruction of Christian dogma and intellectual history of Late Antiquity will have to pay closer attention to the mechanisms, forms, and methods of theological

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