La Palestine byzantine: Peuplements et Populations (BAR Archaeopress) ePub download
by Claudine Dauphin
- ISBN: 0860549054
- ISBN13: 978-0860549055
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- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (January 1, 2000)
- Pages: 1042
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Based on 19th Century travelogues and surveys, archaeological archives and the author's own excavations (described in a catalogue of 3,115 Byzantine sites) this massive study explores the economic and demographic explosion in 4th-6th Century AD Palestine. Two themes come through the work; the struggle for religious supremacy and the underlying causes of the fall of Byzantine civilisation (technological stagnation, poor diet, famines and disease).
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Claudine Dauphin (1998). La Palestine byzantine: peuplement et populations. Demographic archaeology – Palestine. Excavations (Archaeology) – Palestine – Catalogs. Palestine – Antiquities, Byzantine. Archaeopress : Hadrian Books, Oxford. BAR international series. ISBN: 0860549054 (set)). Palestine – Antiquities, Byzantine – Catalogs. Palestine – Civilization. Palestine – Population. Palestine – Religion.
La Palestine byzantine, Peuplement et Populations. BAR International Series 726 (in French). Description Géographique Historique et Archéologique de la Palestine (in French). 2: Samarie, pt. 2. Paris: L'Imprimerie Nationale.
La Palestine byzantine. Peuplement et Populations. Volume II: Texte et Ilustrations. Volume III: Catalogue. Author: Claudine Dauphin. Publication Year: 1998. BOOK DESCRIPTION Based on nineteenth-century travelogues and surveys, archaeological archives and the author's own excavations (described in a catalogue of 3,115 Byzantine sites), as well as on the hagiographic, patristic and rabbinic sources, this geo-historical study traces the dramatic demographic and economic expansion of fourth-sixth century AD Palestine.
BAR –S847, 2000 Les structures de l’habitat rural protohistorique dans le sud-ouest de l’Angleterre et le nord-ouest de la France by Tristan.
ISBN 0 86054 905 4. £111. BAR –S768, 1999 Sociétés préhistoriques et Mégalithes dans le Nord-Ouest de la République Centrafricaine by Étienne Zangato. BAR –S847, 2000 Les structures de l’habitat rural protohistorique dans le sud-ouest de l’Angleterre et le nord-ouest de la France by Tristan Arbousse Bastide. With English summary and complete English translation of the chapters on Cornwall, Devon and Dorset.
La vigne et le vin dans la mosaïque romaine et byzantine H. Morlier . Peuplement et population I–III, Oxford: Archaeopress. Dauphin, . Kingsley, S. 2003. Ceramic evidence for the rise and fall of a Late Antique ecclesiastical estate at Shelomi in. Morlier (e., La mosaïque. gréco-romaine I. , Rome: École française de Rome, 899–921.
of Byzantine Palestine, see Dauphin, . La Palestine byzantine: peuplement et populations, vols. Dar, . Rural settlements on Mount Carmel in antiquity (Archaeopress Archaeology 99; Oxford 2014) 186
For a broader look at the demographics of Byzantine Palestine, see Dauphin, . I-III (BAR S726; Oxford 1998); ea. The birth of a new discipline: archaeological demography, Bull. Rural settlements on Mount Carmel in antiquity (Archaeopress Archaeology 99; Oxford 2014) 186. These are some of the examples of which I am aware, but there are certainly others. To the best of my knowledge, there are, to date, no cemeteries or burials in Palestine or Arabia clearly attributable to the first plague pandemic. Published 1998 by Archaeopress in Oxford There's no description for this book yet. Published 1998 by Archaeopress in Oxford.
This article shows how the people in Roman-Byzantine Palestine understood issues of group affiliation and identity.
BP) have been excluded in the present analysis because the SPD of radiocarbon dates massively underestimates a widely-agreed and widely-evidenced boom in population during the Roman and Byzantine periods (Broshi 1979;Bar 2004;Geva 2014). This article shows how the people in Roman-Byzantine Palestine understood issues of group affiliation and identity.