Byzantine Epirus: A Topography of Transformation. Settlements of the Seventh-Twelfth Centuries in Southern Epirus and Aetoloacarnania, Greece

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BRILL, 25 Μαΐ 2012 - 904 σελίδες
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Drawing on archaeological fieldwork in Western Greece, this book offers a fresh model for interpreting the transformation of medieval settlement (600-1200 AD). Rereading Byzantine texts from a postmodern theoretical background, it introduces a new perception of the historicity of space.
 

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Περιεχόμενα

1 On the Remains of Middle Byzantine Epirus
3
2 A Geographical Outline of Byzantine Epirus SeventhTwelfth Centuries
19
Part Two Material Culture
49
1 Architecture
51
2 Dedicatory Inscriptions on or in Buildings
157
3 Monumental Art and Sculpture
171
4 Artefacts
211
Part Three Habitation
271
Concluding Remarks
363
Part Five Inventory of 7th12thCentury Sites in Middle Byzantine Southern Epirus
367
5I Introduction
369
5II The Sites
371
Appendices
521
II Abstracts of Byzantine Texts Used in Translation in this Work
553
III Geomorphological Changes in Lowlands Caused by Fluvial Sedimentation
561
Bibliography
565

1 The Chronology Typology Transformation Networks and Economy of Settlements
273
NonSystematic Extensive Survey and the Historicity of Space in Archaeology
305
3 Aspects of the Transformation of Settlement within the Context of the Medieval Mediterranean
331
Part Four The Case of Southern Middle Byzantine Epirus
361
Index of Middle Byzantine Sites in Southern Epirus and Aetoloacarnania Greece
609
Index of Names
612
Illustrations
625
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