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  • ISBN 3161481089
  • ISBN13 978-3161481086
  • Language English Latin
  • Author Michael Maas
  • Publisher Mohr Siebeck (December 31, 2003)
  • Pages 280
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The emperor Justinian desired doctrinal unity across the empire and, in doing so, entrusted people like Junillus Africanus to help him formulate and carry out various policies. Junillus Africanus' treatise Handbook of the Basic Principles of Divine Law , composed in Constantinople in the 6th century, was a guide to interpreting God's law as found in the Bible. This influential text advocated a new approach to power, faith and society, and to the relationship between the emperor, the Church and the people. This study presents the Latin text with facing-page English translation along with a long introductory section that outlines Junillus' life and career, how he served the emperor, and the historical and religious background to the period in which the treatise was composed.

Michael Maas, Born 1951; 1973 BA in Classics and Anthropology at Cornell University; 1982 P.

Michael Maas, Born 1951; 1973 BA in Classics and Anthropology at Cornell University; 1982 P.

Are you sure you want to remove Exegesis and empire in the early . Published 2003 by Mohr Siebeck in Tübingen.

Junillus Africanus and the Instituta regularia divinae legis. Early works to 1800, Hermeneutics, Bible. Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum - 17 - Studies and texts in antiquity and Christianity - 17, Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum - 17. Classifications.

the Latin text established by Heinrich Kihn translated by Michael Maas. 17 Studies and texts in antiquity and Christianity 17.

Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum 17 Studies and texts in antiquity and Christianity 17. Place of Publication: Tübingen.

This book reproduces the Latin text and offers a translation into English. Format Paperback 290 pages.

Michael Maas places Junillus' work in the context of the Three Chapters Controversy, showing that it conformed in every respect to Justinian's version of neo-Chalcedonian orthodoxy and that it bolstered Justinian's claim to be a legitimate interpreter of sacred texts. This book reproduces the Latin text and offers a translation into English. Michael Maas, Born 1951; 1973 BA in Classics and Anthropology at Cornell University; 1982 P.

The Byzantine Empire was a continuation of the Roman Empire in the . After studying models, pupils went on to compose and deliver speeches on various general topics.

From the 9th century on, these books were sometimes supplemented with the Canons of Theognostos, a collection of brief rules of orthography and grammar.

The Byzantine Empire, also referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire or Byzantium, was the continuation of the Roman Empire in its eastern provinces during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

It survived the fragmentation and fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD and continued to exist for an additional thousand years until it fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453

For 2015-16 he served as Director of Byzantine Studies at Harvard . This study presents the Latin text with facing-page English translation along with a long introductory section that outlines Junillus' life and career.

The emperor Justinian desired doctrinal unity across the empire and, in doing so, entrusted people like Junillus Africanus to help him formulate and carry out various policies. This study presents the Latin text with facing-page English translation along with a long introductory section that outlines Junillus' life and career, how he served the emperor, and the historical and religious background to the period in which the treatise was composed.

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Recent papers in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies. This paper presents the surprising lack of villages in the hinterland of Jerusalem during the Byzantine period and analyses the reason for this settlement pattern. Barbarzyńcy na Sycylii. O wandalskich i ostrogockich wyprawach na wyspę. 5. Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, Byzantine Archaeology