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Justinian and his Age
Percy Neville Ure
by Greenwood Press Reprint
Written in English
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"This book does full justice to 'the extraordinary historical phenomenon which is Justinian.' It combines a refreshingly sane view of the sixth-century East Roman Empire which Justinian came to rule, of the western world on which he impinged in a series of memorable military adventures, and of the overall significance of his : Oxford University Press. Peter Heather, Rome Resurgent: War and Empire in the Age of Justinian. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xiii + pp. ISBN $ Written with the characteristic pugilistic vim that has become the hallmark of his recent publications, Peter Heather's latest book is a political and military history of the reign of : Shane Bjornlie.
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Justinian I, also known as ‘Justinian the Great’ and ‘Saint Justinian the Great’, was a Byzantine (East Roman) Emperor. This biography profiles his childhood, family, personal life, reign, empire, death, achievements and other facts. Also Known As: Justinian the Great, Saint Justinian the Great, Petrus Sabbatius (until ascension. One of the few who did so was the Castilian king Alfonso X, and as Joseph F. O’Callaghan explains in his book Alfonso X, the Justinian of His Age: Law and Justice in Thirteenth-Century Castile (Cornell University Press, ) this legal code provides insights into both his reign and the larger issues facing his kingdom in the Middle Ages. As.
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The object of this book is to put before the reader a portrait of a great emperor and an account of his age as we have it recorded by contemporary writers. The trustworthiness of the historians of antiquity is, of course, within limits, open to criticism, and scholars of the last few generations have done invaluable work in establishing and.
Sage House East State Street Ithaca, NY Email Us. Justinian and his age. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, Named Person: Justinian, Emperor of the East; Justinian, Emperor of the East: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P N Ure.
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Book Description: In this magisterial work, Joseph O'Callaghan offers a detailed account of the establishment of Alfonso X's legal code, theLibro de las leyes or Siete Partidas, and its applications in the daily life of thirteenth-century Iberia, both within and far beyond the royal courts.O'Callaghan argues that Alfonso X, el Sabio (the Wise), was the Justinian of his age.
The Age of Justinian () marks the transition between Late Antiquity, when the norms of the classical world still survived, and the Byzantine period, which featured a Christian state that left little or no space for outsiders. While Justinian considered himself the restorer of the Roman Empire, his contemporaries saw him as an innovator who consciously willed change.
First reign. Justinian II was the eldest son of Emperor Constantine IV and Anastasia. His father raised him to the throne as joint emperor in on the fall Justinian and his Age book his uncles Heraclius and Tiberius.
 Inat the age of sixteen, Justinian II succeeded his father as sole to Constantine IV's victories, the situation in the Eastern provinces of the Empire Father: Constantine IV.
The flow of the book is a bit odd -- it is a reading from Justinian's journal to a blinded monk, Myakes, who was Justinian's right hand man Justinian II is largely forgotten except by medieval historians, but his fall, rise, and fall again from the throne of the Romans -- with or without a nose -- is quite an achievement/5.
A narrative history that melds contemporary sources with modern disciplines, Justinian's Flea is a unique account of one of history's great turning points - the summer of - revealed through the experiences of the remarkable individuals whose lives are a window onto a remarkable age: Justinian, his general Belisarius, the greatest soldier.
This is a wonderful book and tribute to a long life of learning by the subject of the book and its author." Teofilo Ruiz "Alfonso X, the Justinian of His Age is a fantastic, erudite, and necessary book. Joseph F. O'Callaghan has magnificently crafted a thorough piece of scholarship." Jesus R.
VelascoBrand: Cornell University Press. THE AGE OF JUSTINIAN This book introduces the Age of Justinian, which was both the last Roman century and the ﬁrst ﬂowering of Byzantine culture. Dominated by the policies and personality of emperor Justinian I (r. –), this period of grand achievements and far-reaching fail-ures witnessed the transformation of the Mediterranean world.
Procopius - a sixth-century historian closely associated with Justinian and his general Belisarius - provides a good example of how gender roles were understood in the Age of Justinian when, in his History of the Wars, he describes the “manly valor” of Amazon women on the battlefield.
In Procopius’s mind, men rather than women were the Cited by: Alfonso X, the Justinian of His Age highlights the struggles the king faced in creating a new, coherent, inclusive, and all-embracing body of law during his reign, O'Callaghan also considers Alfonso X's own understanding of his role as king, lawgiver, and defender of the faith in order to evaluate the impact of his achievement on the Author: Joseph F.
O'Callaghan. Under Justinian the Byzantine Empire attained its first Golden Age. Justinian and his queen worked to re-unite the eastern and western halves of the Roman Empire, and they nearly succeeded.
He built a lot but in so doing, he drained the empire's resources, leaving it. Percy N. Ure, Justinian and His Age (), is a provocative short account from a classicist's point of view.
Robert Browning, Justinian and Theodora (), is a. His bottom line is this: (from the back cover blurb) "It was the golden age of Emperor Justinian, who, from his glorious capital of Constantinople, united and reigned over an empire stretching from Italy to North Africa.
It was the zenith of his achievements--and the last of them. In A.D.the bubonic plague by: 2. The Age of Justinian examines the reign of the great emperor Justinian () and his wife Theodora, who advanced from the theatre to the throne. The origins of the irrevocable split between East and West, between the Byzantine and the Persian Empire are chronicled, which continue up to the present day/5.
The Age of Justinian examines the reign of the great emperor Justinian () and his wife Theodora, who advanced from the theatre to the throne. The origins of the irrevocable split between East and West, between the Byzantine and the Persian Empire are chronicled, which continue up to the present : Naz Baydar.
THE ENACTMENTS OF JUSTINIAN. THE CODE. ~ Book I ~ (S. P Bishop of the City of Rome, to his most Illustrious and Merciful Son Justinian. Among the conspicuous reasons for praising your wisdom and gentleness, Most Christian of Emperors, and one which radiates light as a star, is the fact that through love of the Faith, and actuated by zeal.
Project Gutenberg's The Institutes of Justinian, by Caesar Flavius Justinian This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. 3 The law allows a parent to appoint guardians in his will for those children in his power who have not attained the age of puberty, without distinction between sons.
Compared with many of the better-known Roman emperors, Justinian enjoyed a particularly long and successful reign, having ruled for 38 years by the time of his death in at age He successfully resisted incursions into the Eastern Roman empire by both barbarian tribes and the Persian Sassanid empire.THE ENACTMENTS OF JUSTINIAN.
THE CODE. ~ Book II ~ (S. P. Scott, The Civil Law, XII, Cincinnati, ). 1. Concerning the bringing of an action. If anyone over twenty-five years of age should think that, either by applying to the judge, or by petitioning the Emperor, or by not fulfilling his promises which he confirmed by invoking the.Justinian and the Resurgence of the Late Roman Empire.
Prof. Heather (King’s College, London), author of a number of works on the late Roman Empire, notably The Restoration of Rome, on efforts to restore the Empire in the West after its “fall”, takes a deeper look at the most successful of those efforts, that by the Eastern Emperor Justinian in the mid-sixth century.