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Byzantine and Turkish Sardis

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ISBN 9780674283916

Publication Date: 01/01/1976

216 pages

43 halftones


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  • Editors’ Preface [George M. A. Hanfmann and Stephen W. Jacobs]
  • Author’s Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • I. Late Antique Sardis
    • Historical Outline
    • Industry and Commerce
    • Public Works and Public Services
    • Pagans, Jews, and Christians
    • The Material Remains: Sardis in the Time of Diocletian
    • The Expansion of the City in Late Antiquity
  • II. Byzantine Sardis
    • The Dark Ages
    • Middle Byzantine Sardis
    • Sardis in the Empire of Nicaea and the Last Byzantine Phase
  • III. Turkish Sardis
    • The Seljuk Period
    • The Ottoman Period
  • IV. The Sources
  • Appendix I. The Metropolitan Bishops of Sardis
  • Appendix II. Tamerlane and the Conquest of Sardis
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Plans
  • Illustrations
  • Index

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