An available and authoritative review shooting the energy and variety of scholarship that exists at the transformative period of time referred to as past due antiquity.
•Provides a vital assessment of present scholarship on past due antiquity -- from among the accession of Diocletian in advert 284 and the tip of Roman rule within the Mediterranean
•Comprises 39 essays from a few of the world's ultimate students of the period
•Presents this once-neglected interval as an age of robust transformation that formed the trendy international
•Emphasizes the crucial value of faith and its reference to monetary, social, and political life
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