By Timothy E. Gregory
Expands remedy of the center and later Byzantine classes, incorporating new archaeological evidence
Includes extra maps and images, and a newly annotated, up-to-date bibliography
Incorporates a brand new part on internet assets for Byzantium studies
Demonstrates that Byzantium was once vital in its personal correct but additionally served as a bridge among East and West and historical and sleek society
Situates Byzantium in its broader ancient context with a brand new comparative timeline and textboxes
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A History of Byzantium (Blackwell History of the Ancient World) by Timothy E. Gregory