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Alto medioevo mediterraneo, (electronic book)

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Alto medioevo mediterraneo
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Alto medioevo mediterraneo
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  • This book, generated by the encounter between two schools - the Italian early mediaeval and the Argentine late antique - ranges from Italy to Gaul and the Eastern Mediterranean over a timespan from the third/fourth to the eighth centuries. It introduces a world polarised between an East destined to be divided between Byzantium and Islam, and a West composed of the post-Roman barbarian societies. The East, rooted within the Roman-Hellenistic heritage, represents a source of religious experiences which profoundly influence the West. With reference to Italy, the study focuses on an analysis of the Episcopal network, the emergence of the Benedictine Rule, and the correspondence of Gregory the Great. In the passage from East to West, the 'new' Barbarian societies emerge in the front line, proving that they too were seeking out ancient roots, both in Gaul and in Italy, the latter being partly still linked to Byzantium and partly under the dominion of the Lombards. Finally various crucial aspects of the Lombard kingdom - which proves to be profoundly permeated by the legacy of Rome - are addressed, including royalty, the capitals and the law, through the analysis of both written and archaeological sources
  • Questo libro, frutto di un incontro fra due scuole, quella altomedievistica italiana e quella tardo-antica argentina, spazia dall'Italia, alla Gallia, al Mediterraneo orientale, nei secoli dal III/IV all'VIII, presentando un mondo polarizzato fra un oriente destinato a dividersi fra Bisanzio e l'Islam e un occidente costituito dalle società barbariche post-romane. L'oriente, radicato nell'eredità romano-ellenistica,è presente come fonte di esperienze religiose che influenzano profondamente l'occidente. Qui, in riferimento all'Italia, si analizzano la crescita della reteepiscopale, le più antiche vicende della Regula benedettina, l'epistolario di GregorioMagno. Nel passaggio dall'oriente all'occidente emergono in primo piano le nuove società barbariche, che si rivelano anch'esse alla ricerca di radici antiche, sia inGallia che in Italia, quest'ultima in parte ancora legata a Bisanzio, in parte sottoil dominio dei Longobardi. Del regno longobardo, che si rivela profondamentepermeato dall'eredità romana, si presentano infine aspetti importanti (la regalità, le capitali, il diritto), analizzando fonti scritte ed archeologiche
  • Subject term: Humanities
  • Subject term: History
  • Subject term: History: earliest times to present day
  • Subject term: Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500
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  • Subject term: Middle Ages
  • Subject term: Archaeology
  • Subject term: Gregorio Magno
  • Subject term: Longobardi
  • Subject term: Medioevo
  • Subject term: Archeologia
  • Subject term: Gregorio Magno
  • Subject term: Longobardi
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Gasparri, Stefano
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Italian
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Alto medioevo mediterraneo, (electronic book)
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345120
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9788884531308
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Label
Alto medioevo mediterraneo, (electronic book)
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Antecedent source
unknown
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345120
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other
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one file format
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online
Isbn
9788884531308
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unknown
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unknown
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unknown
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