Crisis Management in Late Antiquity (410-590 CE)

Crisis Management in Late Antiquity (410-590 CE)

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Pauline Allen and Bronwen Neil investigate crisis management as conducted by the increasingly important episcopal class in the 5th and 6th centuries. Their basic source is the neglected corpus of bishopsa€™ letters in Greek and Latin, the letter being the most significant mode of communication and information-transfer in the period from 410 to 590 CEThiel, p. 501 n. 2. Ed. Thiel, pp. 389a€“390 and 390a€“391, respectively (JafAc 727, 728). Taylor, a€œThe Early Papacy at Worka€, p. 328, suggests that zaja or zeia was the Gothic equivalent of comes. The zaja is mentioned also in Ep. 14 (JafAc 650); ed.

Title:Crisis Management in Late Antiquity (410-590 CE)
Author: Pauline Allen, Bronwen Neil
Publisher:BRILL - 2013-08-08

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