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The History of Theophylact Simocatta

Michael DiMaio, +2 more
- 01 Jan 1987 - 
- Vol. 80, Iss: 4, pp 324
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The Eastern Empire in the sixth century

Andrew Louth
TL;DR: Anastasius, the Roman Empire in the beginning of the sixth century, inherited, and promoted, religious divisions that were to cast a long shadow over the Christian Roman or Byzantine Empire as discussed by the authors.

La moneda del reino visigodo en Toledo: ¿Por qué? ¿Para quién?

TL;DR: In this paper, a series of monetales visigodas, precisamente by their escasa variedad tipologica, se constituyen en guias fieles de los principales objetivos que persiguio su poder emisor, and de los medios de los que se valio para alcanzarlos.
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A Contribution to the History of the Khazar Military Organisation: The Strengthening of the Camp

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors collected and analyzed the data on the strengthening of the camp at the Khazars and among their neighbours, and reported that the Khazar capital was strengthened by the placement of carts around it.
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The Trouble with the Trinity: The context of a slogan during the reign of Constantine IV (668-85)

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors explain the context of the slogan aired by troopers of the Anatolikon in the presence of Constantine IV (668-85): "[if we] believe in a trinity, [let us] crown [all] three" in 681, after the sixth ecumenical council had triumphantly defeated monothelitism and re-established the authority of a single emperor.
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Dancing in the Streets of Byzantine Constantinople

TL;DR: In this paper , the authors evaluate the significance of processions in Byzantine Constantinople and the role of dancing within them, drawing from literary sources concerning imperial, church-sponsored, guild, hippodrome and more spontaneous urban processions, as well as from material culture.