Hispania in Late Antiquity: Current Perspectives

Kimberly Diane Bowes, Michael Kulikowski
Brill, 2005 - 645 páginas
Hispania in Late Antiquity: Current Approaches makes recent work on late antique Hispania available to a non-specialist audience outside the Iberian peninsula. The central theme of the volume is the integration of Hispania into the larger world of the later Roman empire. The contributors - archaeologists, historians, and historians of art - treat both the historical evidence and the historiographical context that has conditioned interpretation of that evidence. Topics covered include Christianization, urbanism, villas and land tenure, trade, and military topography. Taken together, the essays in this volume present a coherent and up-to-date picture of how Spain's late antique culture came into being, and how it was transformed in the course of the late antique centuries.

Contributors: Javier Arce; Kim Bowes; Pedro Castillo Maldonado; Alexandra Chavarría; Pablo C. Díaz; M. Victoria Escribano Paño; Carmen Fernández-Ochoa; Michael Kulikowski; Fernando López-Sánchez; Neil McLynn; Luís R. Menéndez-Bueyes; Ángel Morillo Cerdán; Paul Reynolds.

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Kim Bowes, Ph.D. (2002) in Art and Archaeology, Princeton University, is Assistant Professor of Art History at Fordham University. She has published on late Roman villas, landscape archaeology, bone and ivory carving and is currently preparing a book on Christianity in the private sphere during late antiquity.

Michael Kulikowski, Ph.D. (1998), Toronto, is Assistant Professor of History, University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He is the author of Late Roman Spain and Its Cities (Baltimore, 2004) and many articles on late antique history.

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