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Judith Herrin was Stanley J. Seeger Professor of Byzantine History, Princeton University, 1991-1995 and is Director for the Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College, London. (Bowker Author Biography)
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The Greek World: Classical, Byzantine, and Modern (1985) — Contribuidor — 75 exemplares
Images of Women in Antiquity (1983) — Contribuidor — 59 exemplares
Byzanz (1973) — Autor; Contribuidor, algumas edições57 exemplares
Chalcedon in Context: Church Councils 400-700 (2009) — Contribuidor — 17 exemplares
Alexandria real and imagined (2004) — Prefácio — 13 exemplares
Byzantine Women: Varieties of Experience 800-1200 (2007) — Contribuidor, algumas edições10 exemplares
Women in Ancient Societies (1994) — Contribuidor — 8 exemplares

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Più che a Poitiers, le radici dell'Europa vanno cercate a Ravenna (e il Cesare cui s'ispira Carlo Magno è forse Teodorico).
 
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martinoalbonetti | 5 outras críticas | Dec 8, 2023 |
Judith Herrin argues here that neither later medieval/modern Western Europe nor the Islamic World would have developed as they did without the Byzantine Empire, and that religion was a key structural force in these varying developments. Byzantium was a buffer between the Dar al-Islam and much of Christian Europe, yet it was heavily influenced by Muslim aniconism; a rejection of iconoclastic extremes and also of Byzantine caesaropapism shaped how Christian institutions and particularly Carolingian power developed in western Europe. There are definite shades of Pirenne here, and parts of The Formation of Christendom have been superseded by later scholarship in the 30 or so years since this book was still published. Despite this and some other minor quibbles, there's still much to benefit from here; Herrin's explication of the icon controversy is authoritative.… (mais)
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siriaeve | 4 outras críticas | Nov 29, 2023 |
Durante mil años, un extraordinario imperio hizo posible que Europa alcanzara la modernidad: Bizancio. Esta breve y fascinante obra descarta el enfoque cronológico de las historias habituales para hablar de la arquitectura, la religión, la guerra, los personajes y mucho más, a través de episodios o temas concretos como la construcción de Santa Sofía, la iconoclasia, el papel de los eunucos o las cruzadas. Así, logra una historia más amena y accesible del imperio, desde la fundación en 330 de su magnífica capital, Constantinopla (la actual Estambul), hasta su caída ante los otomanos en 1453.… (mais)
 
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bibliotecayamaguchi | 24 outras críticas | Sep 28, 2023 |
 
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AbneyLibri | 5 outras críticas | Jul 22, 2023 |

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