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Antiquite Tardive
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  • Back Matter ("Publications reçues par la Revue en 2013",
           "Instructions aux auteurs")
    • Abstract: Back Matter ("Publications reçues par la Revue en 2013", "Instructions aux auteurs")
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 477-480
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:17 GMT
       
  • Comptes rendus
    • Abstract: Histoire et archéologie de l’Antiquité tardive G. A. Cecconi, C. Gabrielli (dir.), Politiche religiose nel mondo antico e tardoantico (Sylvain Destephen) ; G. Dagron, L’hippodrome de Constantinople. Jeux, peuple et politique (Sylvain Destephen) ; R. M. Frakes, E. DePalma Digeser, J. Syephens (dir.), The Rhetoric of Power in Late Antiquity (Adam Kosto), R. Kosinski,The Emperor Zeno. Religion and Politics (Sylvain Destephen) ; P. Laurence, Le monachisme féminin antique : idéal hiéronymien et réalité (Sylvain Destephen) ; E. Luttwak, The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine Empire (Sylvain Janniard] ; R. J. A. Talbert, Rome’s World. The Peutinger Map Reconsidered (Sylvain Destephen) Régions F. Deroche, J. Leclant (dir.) Enceintes urbaines, sites fortifiés, forteresses d’Afrique du Nord (Hendrik Dey) ;G. Filoramo (dir.), Monachesimo orientale. Un’introduzione (Sylvain Destephen) ; A. M. Wasyl, Genres Rediscovered: Studies in Latin Miniature Epic, Love Elegy, and Epigram of the Romano-Barbaric Age (Maria Grazia Bajoni) ; E.J. Watts, Riot in Alexandria. Tradition and Group Dynamics in Late Antique Pagan and Christian (Jitse Dijkstra) ; T. Yashaeva, E. Denisova, N. Ginkut, V. Zalesskaya, D. Zhuravlev,The legacy of Byzantine (Liudmila Khrushkova) Philologie et sources M. Bouquet, B. Meniel (dir.), Servius et sa réception de l’Antiquité à la Renaissance (Jean-Louis Charlet) ; C. Corbo, Incertae personae e capacità successoria. Profili di una società e del suo diritto (Antonino Metro) ; S. Crogiez-Pétrequin, P. Jaillette (dir.), Société, économie, administration dans le Code Théodosien (Jean- Pierre Coriat) ; Ennode de Pavie, Lettres. Livres III et IV (Jean-Louis Charlet) ; Évagre le scholastique, Histoire ecclésiastique livres I-III (Michael Whitby), Robert Shorrock,The Myth of Paganism. Nonnus, Dionysus and the World of Late Antiquity (Laury-Nuria André) ; C. Ware, Claudian and the Roman Epic Tradition (Jean- Louis Charlet)
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Review
      Pages 423-476

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101425
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:16 GMT
       
  • Regards nouveaux sur le trésor de Nagyszentmiklós, à la
           suite d'une publication majeure
    • Abstract: The hoard of Nagyszentmiklós (present-day Sânnicolau Mare, Rumania), discovered in 1799, enriched the collections of Vienna with an unusual set of twenty-one gold vessels including jugs, plates and drinking cups, of which some were made into strange animal shapes and most of them were covered by figures in a vegetal back-ground. The new publication of Csanád Bálint is the result of a lifetime of research. Past works on the hoard concentrated on the question of its ethnic attribution. Cs. Bálint explains why most of the scholars discuss it now as the highest production quality of the Late Avar goldsmiths (around the 8th century AD). But the main contribution of Cs. Bálint is the interesting cultural questions that such a princely hoard buried by a largely settled semi-nomadic chieftain-type society dwelling on the borders of the Byzantine Empire implies. Contradicting most of his predecessors, he shows the weaknesses of the ‘migrationist’ theories that stressed the ‘Oriental’ character of this art and focuses on its development largely after the settlement of the Avars on the periphery of the Byzantine Empire, which provided much of the artistic and technical models for this assemblage.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 411-422

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101424

      Authors
      Balint Laszlo Toth
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:16 GMT
       
  • Novedades arqueológicas de las sedes episcopales de la Bética
           Occidental
    • Abstract: This paper presents a summary of the most recent information, some of it unpublished, resulting from archaeological research in the most prominent episcopal sees in urban areas of western Andalusia, Corduba, Hispalis and Astigi.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 321-374

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101421

      Authors
      Salvador Ordóñez Agulla
      Jéronimo Sánchez Velasco
      Enrique García Vargas
      Sergio García-Dils de la Vega
      Miguel Ángel Tabales Rodríguez
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:16 GMT
       
  • Visual culture and paideia: the triumph of the theatre, revisiting the
           Late Antique mosaic of Noheda
    • Abstract: Cet article propose une nouvelle perspective interprétative de la mosaïque de l’Antiquité tardive récemment découverte dans la ville de Noheda (Cuenca, Espagne). L’objectif est d’examiner l’agencement des panneaux qui composent le décor de la grande salle triconche du site et de proposer parallèlement une lecture alternative aux travaux antérieurs qui ont placé les scènes représentées dans le cadre des affrontements religieux païens ou encore dans celui d’initiations ou de significations allégoriques. Du point de vue adopté dans cette étude, on considère au contraire que cette mosaïque correspond au pavement d’une structure architectonique qui peut être identifiée à la salle de réception d’une uilla de l’élite théodosienne. À l’appui de cette nouvelle thèse, une attention particulière est portée aux liens de la structure narrative des panneaux à mosaïque, notamment ceux à caractère théâtral, ainsi qu’à une lecture de la paideía, le système éducatif ancient partagé par l’élite païenne et chrétiene. Par ailleurs, une identification soucieuse de certains traits iconographiques (gestes, attributs, procédés créatifs que l’on retrouve dans d’autres arts tardifs, etc.), permet d’envisager l’existence d’une comparaison visuelle et dialectique entre les trois principaux genres dramatiques de l’Antiquité tardive: mime, pantomime et tragédie. Enfin, est abordée la question de la construction d’un programme iconographique autour du triomphe du théâtre.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 375-400

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101422

      Authors
      Alexandra Uscatescu
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:16 GMT
       
  • Païens et chrétiens au ive siècle : points de
           résistance à une doxa
    • Abstract: In some recent publications the idea (in fact a doxa) that Pagans and Christians were not in conflict during the 4th century is badly weakened by new arguments that are worthwhile considering. We present here an overview of this new literature, together with our own work, and will attempt to place the controversy within broader perspectives.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 401-410

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101423

      Authors
      Stéphane Ratti
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:16 GMT
       
  • Aleae aut tesserae ' Les significations d’une opposition ludique
           dans la Rome d’Ammien Marcellin
    • Abstract: Many ancient writers have left testimonies about the social significance of Roman leisure. Rather than trying to draw an artificial presentation of the tabula lusoria of Late Antiquity, this paper considers the meaning of an Ammianus Marcellinus’ description of the Roman attraction for the alea. The focus here is on the board games played at Rome at the end of Late Antiquity in order to better understand the text. A first step is to analyze relations between urban society, aristocratic values and gaming practice. A second step consists in clarifying the gaming vocabulary of alea and more precisely the use of the word tessera. The guiding hypothesis is that tessera does not mean just “dice” but also “pawn”, and more generally the instrumentum of the gaming board. As a result, I suggest that Ammianus was not just a malicious observer but a very fine satirist who turned the aristocratic discourse against the nobilitas of Rome.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 257-264

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101416

      Authors
      Vincent Goncalves
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:15 GMT
       
  • The transformation of hostageship in Late Antiquity
    • Abstract: La présente étude propose un bilan sur l’institution de l’otage (le transfert d’un être humain en garantie d’une transaction) dans l’Antiquité tardive, fondé sur l’analyse de près de 140 cas entre le iv e et le viii e siècle, des îles Britanniques à l’Asie centrale. Dans l’Antiquité, l’otage constituait avant tout un signe et un symbole de soumission, mais aussi un vecteur de « diplomatie culturelle », et était presque toujours livré à Rome. Alors que son pouvoir diminuait par rapport à ses voisins, Rome continuait à échanger des otages dans des circonstances très variées : non seulement de traités « internationaux », mais aussi d’accords à court terme pendant la guerre ou encore pour régler les relations intérieures. L’otage cesse alors d’être une prérogative de l’empereur même. Dans l’empire byzantin et l’empire islamique primitif, se développe un modèle d’otage particulier : il est donné, reçu et échangé par des personnes ou des groupes variés, dans le cadre d’accords limités ou de soumissions à durée indéterminée, en relation avec des affaires internes ou externes aux régimes.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 265-282

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101417

      Authors
      Adam J. Kosto
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:15 GMT
       
  • Les salariés de la terre dans l’Antiquité tardive
    • Abstract: During the last decade, interesting perspectives have been developed regarding the rural labour force in Late Antiquity. Notably, Jairus Banaji, in his book Agrarian Change in Late Antiquity. Gold, Labour, and Aristocratic Dominance (Oxford, 2001), insisted upon the importance of salaried people on late Antiquity estates. This article provides additional information on this type of employment, comparing law, papyri and texts. While the legal setting indicates that the labour contract was one type of employment on estates, other sources underscore the limited importance of salaried workers, who were principally employed for a limited number of specific tasks: tending cattle; in specialized agriculture such as viticulture; and on irrigation works. It does not appear that the majority of tenants on these estates were in fact wage earners.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 283-298

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101418

      Authors
      Christel Freu
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:15 GMT
       
  • Provincia Lucania: topografia e agrimensura in un paesaggio che cambia,
           dalla Tarda Antichità all'Alto Medioevo (prima parte)
    • Abstract: Provincia Lucania is the name used by sources in Late Antiquity to define the part of ancient regio III which the Diocletianic reforms included as one of the most productive regions of suburbicarian Italy. The heterogeneity of the studies carried out in the past and the treatment of archaeological and philological data together with statistical examples, even extended to non investigated parts, underestimate the exact content of textual, epigraphic and mapping sources about this land as well as the connections which existed between distant but culturally very close localities. The topographic analysis of the provincia also take place together with the surveyors’ texts, in such a way that the evolution of the landscape from the 5th to the 11th centuries emerges by comparing and relating the latter to the reality. The different versions of Tabula Peutingeriana, the itineraria and the so-called Liber Coloniarum or Regionum are here decoded and open up new perspectives to analyze a still largely unknown territory.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 299-311

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101419

      Authors
      Stefano Del Lungo
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:15 GMT
       
  • Überlegungen zum ursprünglichen Grundriss der Kirche von
           Orléansville (Chlef, Algeria) und ein Beitrag zur Entstehung der
           christlichen Basilika
    • Abstract: The present article focuses on the old bi-apsidal church of Orléansville of AD 324 and attempts to reconstruct the original plan of the church. By examining all existing plans of the church it appears that the two apses did not belong to the original structure. Out of this emerges the question, what did they replace' The columns of the four colonnades are quite equidistant, except the considerably wider distances between the final columns and the following eastern and western transverse walls, although the latter were not provided with antae as is typical in classical and late Roman architecture. Because of this it is suggested that the last columns of the four colonnades were not connected to the transverse walls but were turned to the sides to create a transverse colonnade at both ends. The aisles would thus surround the nave as an ambulatory on all the four sides. A similar arrangement shows the first phase of the church in the Pachomian monastery of Pbow in Upper Egypt datable to before AD 347. Both churches demonstrate how a multi-aisled church from the pre-Constantinian period could have looked. It was similar to the Roman forum-basilica from which it typologically depends.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 313-320

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101420

      Authors
      Peter Grossmann
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:15 GMT
       
  • Le fondazioni ecclesiastiche nelle vicende delle aree rurali: spunti di
           riflessione per l’Occidente tardo antico (IV-V secolo)
    • Abstract: The problem of the christianization of the countryside has been examined since the 18th century, mainly from the institutional point of view; the question was the origin of the organization of the Medieval parish, whose territorial structure was compared with the roman pagus system. In the last few decades a more critical appraisal of the written sources, new approaches to the spatial issues and archaeological discoveries have led to a different perspective, focused not only on the continuity but also on the transformations which took place between Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. This paper considers the very beginning of this process; by taking into account both written and archaeological sources it shows that in the 4th-5th centuries there is no evidence of a real programme of christianization of the countryside. The construction of cult buildings which mark the spread of Christianity is due in turn to the personal initiative of landowners, bishops and communities. Their localisation therefore, while corresponding to the different types of settlements in Late Antiquity, do not follow an evident, systematic pattern.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 189-204

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101411

      Authors
      Gisella Cantino Wataghin
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:14 GMT
       
  • L’église et l’habitat dans le Midi de la France aux ve-xe
           siècles
    • Abstract: Links between church and settlement in the south of France have lead up to many considerations in view of the centuries immediately following the field of our study. During the 5th-10th centuries, places of worship and housing were closely related to each other, even if they sometimes did not have any straight spatial connection. According to various archaeological sources, it is clear that the setting up of a place of worship was associated with a settlement and even reinforced it; on the other hand, settlement was affected by both stability and mutation in comparison with the former centuries. As the topic of rural communities has been widely studied these last years, it seems important today to reconsider the place of private churches over a large time scale. The question is furthermore linked to that of cemeteries. Even if only partially complete, the evidence for trends during the 5th-10th centuries will certainly change our view of the 11th-12th centuries for which the importance of their legacy is far from being secondary.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 205-215

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101412

      Authors
      Yann Codou
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:14 GMT
       
  • City and countryside in Late Antique Iberia
    • Abstract: Depuis une vingtaine d’année, l’historiographie de la péninsule Ibérique envisage de plus en plus fortement la continuité des relations entre ville et campagne du iii e au vi e siècle, en dépit d’importantes mutations des cultures matérielles. En l’absence de documents écrits, les détails de ces relations et de leurs éventuelles transformations nous échappent, mais l’archéologie a ouvert de nouvelles voies d’investigations qui ont permis de les envisager sous un angle différent. L’article examine ici l’interaction ville / campagne sous trois axes : culturel, politique et économique. Pour chacun de ces axes, un état actuel de la recherche est présenté en parallèle d’une brève discussion sur les possibilités et les limites des nouveaux témoignages archéologiques. De manière générale, ces nouvelles approches amènent à une façon originale et créative de concilier la permanence des relations cité / territoire avec les importants changements dont témoignent les données archéologiques.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 233-241

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101414

      Authors
      Damián Fernández
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:14 GMT
       
  • Christians, peasants and shepherds: the transformation of the countryside
           in Late Antique Mallorca (Balearic islands)
    • Abstract: Cet article propose une synthèse sur la dynamique du processus de transformation des campagnes dans l’île de Majorque entre la période romaine et la fin de l’Antiquité tardive. Y sont envisagés le phénomène de la réoccupation d’anciens emplacements indigènes, le sort des sites ruraux romains et le rôle des églises chrétiennes - autant de paramètres essentiels pour bien appréhender la configuration du paysage de cette île méditerranéenne entre le iv e et le viii e siècle. Les témoignages disponibles montrent qu’à la fin du ii e ou au début du iii e siècle, un grand nombre d’emplacements avaient été abandonnés ; cela s’est « inversé » dans la seconde moitié du v e siècle et particulièrement au vi e siècle, avec la réoccupation d’une grande partie des sites romains ; parallèlement, de nouveaux signes d’activité sont alors attestés sur de nombreux sites préhistoriques.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 217-232

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101413

      Authors
      Catalina Mas Florit
      Miguel Ángel Cau
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:14 GMT
       
  • Aree rurali e centri urbani tra IV e VII secolo: il territorio toscano
    • Abstract: In this paper the relationship between rural and urban areas from the 4th to 7th centuries is discussed. We shall explore its changes first in general terms (mostly in central and northern Italy), and then in the Tuscany. Archaeological evidence highlights the different dynamics acting on North and South. A complex picture emerges, where the role and the fate of the city and its aristocracy are crucial for the interpretation of observed transformations of the rural areas. The need to supply urban centres, demographic trends, the transformation of the Mediterranean economy and tax system, combined with political and military events, defined new forms of relationship between the cities and the countryside, particularly from the end of the 6th-7th centuries. By this time the Roman institutional and fiscal links between the city and the countryside were largely replaced by the aristocratic network of land ownership. Villas, often monumentalised in the 4th century (especially in the north of the region), and farms were replaced by villages and a few central places directly linked to the cities, where the new aristocracy also continued to live.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 243-255

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101415

      Authors
      Federico Cantini
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:14 GMT
       
  • Maisons paysannes d'un village d'Apamène, Serğilla (ive-vie
           siècles - Massif calcaire de la Syrie du Nord)
    • Abstract: The Limestone Massif of northern Syria constitute an extraordinary group of archaeological settlements. They include over 700 sites from the Roman and Byzantine periods in a wide region bordered by Turkey in the north, Apamea in the south, the Afrin and Oronte’s valleys in the west and the plain of Aleppo in the east. These sites are not only important for their profusion, but also for their rural nature. The recent and detailed study of the well preserved remains of one of these settlements, Serğilla, located in the ğebel Zāwiye, offered the opportunity to explore various aspects of the daily life of a rural community and its evolution between the 4th and the 6th centuries AD. Three houses among others, built during different phases of the development of the village, are emblematic of this evolution.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 135-148

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101408

      Authors
      Catherine Duvette
      Gérard Charpentier
      Claudine Piaton
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:13 GMT
       
  • Identifying social hierarchy through house planning in the villages of
           Late Antique Palestine: the case of Ḥorvat Zikhrin
    • Abstract: L’article aborde la délicate question de l’identification du statut juridique et social des habitants d’établissements ruraux de la Palestine tardo-antique documentés par l’archéologie. Il s’appuie pour cela notamment sur les données architecturales recueillies lors de la fouille d’un site villageois très représentatif du centre de l’actuel état d’Israel, Ḥorvat Zikhrin. Si l’agencement des habitations durant l’Antiquité tardive y est similaire à celui d’autres villages palestiniens contemporains, on y relève aussi certaines caractéristiques bien spécifiques qui incitent d’autant plus à tenter de restituer la structurtation sociale du site.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 149-166

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101409

      Authors
      Itamar Taxel
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:13 GMT
       
  • Fortified farms and defended villages of Late Roman and Late Antique
           Africa
    • Abstract: Les fermes et autres sites fortifiés ont marqué les paysages de l’Afrique du Nord au cours de l’Antiquité Tardive. Leur présence y a été relevée dans toutes les provinces romaines, y compris dans les zones situées au-delà des frontières, comme le coeur de la contrée des Garamantes dans le Fezzan (sud-ouest de la Libye). Huit types de fortifications sont ici définis afin de servir de base à un réexamen de la répartition des fortifications rurales publiées à la suite des principales prospections archéologiques conduites dans ces régions. On constate de nettes prédominances régionales, tels que les villages fortifiés en Numidie, les temples et mausolées convertis en maisons carrées dans la steppe tunisienne et les églises fortifiées en Cyrénaïque. Toutefois, dans presque toutes les régions, les sites fortifiés jouent un rôle essentiel dans la hiérarchie des établissements. En Tripolitaine et au Fezzan, par exemple, ces sites fortifiés sont majoritaires. Les constructions le plus précoces sont datées du ii e siècle après J. C. et leur occupation a continué jusqu’à l’époque islamique, mais, en Libye au moins, la majorité des constructions se situent au cours du iv e siècle. Bien que certains sites fortifiés s’inspirent de modèles militaires, on soutient l’hypothèse que, loin d’être stimulé par l’armée romaine, ce phénomène de protection doit être interprété dans un contexte de faiblesse de l’autorité centrale et d’essor de l’indépendance régionale.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 167-188

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101410

      Authors
      David Mattingly
      Martin Sterry
      Victoria Leitch
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:13 GMT
       
  • Settlements in the Greek countryside from 4th to 9th century: forms and
           patterns
    • Abstract: L’habitat rural en Grèce du iv e au ix e siècle présente des aspects déjà assez bien connus, comme les villae et les villages, mais également d’autres formes qui ne sont pas encore clairement identifiés, leurs traits caractéristiques n’étant pas assez bien décrits ni précisément définis. Cet article aborde tous les types d’agglomérations dont les habitants participent à des activités économiques de nature rurale. À côté des implantations classiques, quelques nouvelles formes sont ainsi identifiées. On prend aussi en compte des changements de structure et de rôle de ces agglomérations, observables dans l’ensemble de l’habitat rural de la Méditerranée orientale, tout en y distinguant deux sous-périodes : du iv e siècle à la première moitié du vi e environ, et de la deuxième moitié du vi e siècle jusqu’au ix e.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Category Original
      Pages 125-133

      DOI 10.1484/J.AT.5.101407

      Authors
      Myrto Veikou
      Journal Antiquité Tardive
      Print ISSN 1250-7334
      Journal Volume Volume 21
      Journal Issue Volume 21, Volume 21 / 2013
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:48:12 GMT
       
 
 
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