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Late antiquity : crisis and transformation

Author: Thomas F X Noble; Teaching Company.
Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., 2008.
Series: Great courses (DVD)., Ancient & medieval history.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Library edView all editions and formats
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Explores the five momentous centuries that link the Classical and Modern worlds and shows how the fall of the Roman Empire gave rise to three great civilizations: Medieval Europe, the Byzantine Empire, and the Islamic Caliphate. Examines many features of the period between A.D. 253 and A.D. 750, including the development of these unique civilizations, their memorable political and religious leaders, and daily life  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Educational films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas F X Noble; Teaching Company.
ISBN: 159803491X 9781598034912
OCLC Number: 297118451
Notes: 36 lectures (30 min. each).
In three containers (26 cm.).
"Ancient & medieval history."
Course guidebooks contain lecture outlines, timeline, glossary, biographical notes, and bibliography.
Performer(s): Lecturer: Thomas F.X. Noble, Univ. of Norte Dame.
Description: 6 videodiscs (approximately 1080 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 3 course guidebooks (22 cm).
Details: DVD.
Contents: pt. 1: disc 1. lecture 1. The world of late antiquity ; lecture 2. The crisis of the 3rd century ; lecture 3. The new empire of Diocletian ; lecture 4. Constantine's Roman revolution ; lecture 5. The house of Constantine, 337-363 ; lecture 6. The end of a Unified Empire --
disc. 2. lecture 7. Ruling the Roman Empire, the imperial center ; lecture 8. Ruling the Roman Empire, the provinces ; lecture 9. The barbarians, ethnicity and identity ; lecture 10. Rome and the barbarians ; lecture 11. Barbarian kingdoms, Gaul ; lecture 12. Barbarian kingdoms, Spain and North Africa. pt. 2: disc 3. lecture 13. Barbarian kingdoms, Italy ; lecture 14. The Eastern Empire in the 5th century; lecture 15. The end of the Western Empire ; lecture 16. The age of Justinian, 527-565 ; lecture 17. The Christianization of the Roman world ; lecture 18. Christianity and the Roman state --
disc 4. lecture 19. The rise of the Roman Church ; lecture 20. The call of the desert, monasticism ; lecture 21. Monasticism, solitaries and communities ; lecture 22. The church fathers, talking about God ; lecture 23. Patristic portraits ; lecture 24. "What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?" pt. 3: disc 5. lecture 25. Graven images, Christianity's visual arts ; lecture 26. The universal in the local, cities ; lecture 27. Rome and Constantinople ; lecture 28. Visigothic Spain and Merovingian Gaul ; lecture 29. Celt and Saxon in the British Isles ; lecture 30. The birth of Byzantium --
disc 6. lecture 31. Byzantium, crisis and recovery ; lecture 32. Muhammad and the rise of Islam ; lecture 33. The rise of Caliphate ; lecture 34. Material life in late antiquity ; lecture 35. The social world of late antiquity ; lecture 36 What happened, and why does it matter?
Series Title: Great courses (DVD)., Ancient & medieval history.
Responsibility: Thomas F.X. Noble.

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Explores the five momentous centuries that link the Classical and Modern worlds and shows how the fall of the Roman Empire gave rise to three great civilizations: Medieval Europe, the Byzantine Empire, and the Islamic Caliphate. Examines many features of the period between A.D. 253 and A.D. 750, including the development of these unique civilizations, their memorable political and religious leaders, and daily life in the late antique world.

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