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Asia Minor in the Long Sixth Century
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Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. A change of appearance. Urban housing in Asia Minor during the sixth century Inge Uytterhoeven Chapter 3. Pagan-mythological statuary in sixth-century Asia Minor Ine Jacobs Chapter 4. Sixth-century Asia Minor through the lens of hagiography: ecclesiastical power and institutions in city and countryside Efthymios Rizos Chapter 5. Studying Asia Minor in the sixth century. Methodological considerations for an economic analysis Kristina Terpoy Chapter 6. Forgotten borderlands. Northeastern Anatolia in the sixth century and its potential for frontier studies Emanuele E. Intagliata Chapter 7. The countryside in southern Asia Minor in the long sixth century Hugh Elton Chapter 8. The cities of southern Asia Minor in the sixth century Angela Commito Chapter 9. Aspects of sixth-century urbanism in western Asia Minor Hugh Jeffery Chapter 10. Constantinople in the long sixth century James Crow Chapter 11. Industrial agriculture, intensification and collapse in Sinope and its territory during the late Roman/early Byzantine periods Owen Doonan Chapter 12. Aphrodisias in the long sixth century Andrew Wilson Chapter 13. The glorious sixth century in Assos. The unknown prosperity of a provincial city in western Asia Minor Beate Boehlendorf-Arslan

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Ine Jacobs is Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology and Visual Culture, University of Oxford. Her main research interests focus on the development of the Eastern Mediterranean in late antique and Byzantine times, mainly dealing with material evidence and how this relates to and can (not) be combined with contemporary literary sources. Hugh Elton is Professor of Ancient History & Classics, at Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, specialising in Roman and Late Roman political and military history, and the regions of Cilicia and Isauria in southern Turkey.

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The combination of both subjects, the geographical and the chronological one, in a single book title will surely arouse curiosity among academics; many scholars will have a look at this book. To say it in advance: they will not be disappointed, even high expectations are met. All in all, the present collection of thirteen essays written by historians and archaeologists on different aspects of the subject is a distinguished one. * Bryn Mawr Classical Review *

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