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Deleto paene imperio Romano

Author: Klaus-Peter Johne

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

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Category: History

Page: 446

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Kaum eine andere Periode der romischen Geschichte bietet ein so turbulentes Bild wie die Soldatenkaiserzeit zwischen 235 und 284 n. Chr. Zahlreiche Einfalle von Germanen und Persern, haufige Herrscherwechsel und wirtschaftliche Probleme erschuetterten das Romische Reich in seinen Grundfesten. Neben Krisensymptomen lassen sich aber auch Reformansatze aufzeigen. Der Band vereinigt die Vortrage einer Berliner Tagung vom Juli 2005. Die 20 Autorinnen und Autoren untersuchen die Transformationsprozesse auf Reichsebene, in den Regionen und auf dem Gebiet der Religion sowie die Deutungsmodelle in der Forschungsgeschichte. Sie leisten damit einen Beitrag zur kontroversen Diskussion ueber den Charakter dieser Epoche. Inhalt Klaus-Peter Johne / Thomas Gerhardt / Udo Hartmann: Einleitung Eroffnungsvortrag: Hartwin Brandt: Facts and Fictions - Die Historia Augusta und das 3.aJahrhundert I. Die Transformation des Romischen Reiches im 3. Jahrhundert I.1. Die politische Transformation des Reiches: Lukas de Blois: The Onset of Crisis in the First Half of the Third Century A.aD. Ulrich Huttner: Zwischen Traditionalismus und Totalitarismus. Zur Ideologie und Praxis der Regierung des Kaisers Decius Bruno Bleckmann: Zu den Motiven der Christenverfolgung des Decius Michael P. Speidel: Gallienus and the Marcomanni Udo Hartmann: Der Mord an Kaiser Gallienus u Klaus-Peter Johne: Die Illyrischen Kaiser als Herrscher neuen Typs Olivier Hekstera/ Erika Manders: Kaiser gegen Kaiser: Bilder der Macht im 3.aJahrhundert I.2. Wandel und Kontinuitat in den Regionen des Romischen Reiches: Christian Witschel: Zur Situation im romischen Africa wahrend des 3.aJahrhunderts Kai Ruffing: Wirtschaftliche Prosperitat im 3. Jahrhundert: Die Stadte Agyptens als Paradigma? Werner Oenbrink: Shahbaa/ Philippopolis - Die Transformation einer safaitisch-arabischen Siedlung in eine romische Colonia Johannes Nolle: Bronzene Reflexe einer Krise. Das stadtische Muenzwesen Kleinasiens als Indikator von Phanomenen der Reichskrise des 3.aJahrhunderts und von zeitgenossischem Krisenempfinden I.3. Transformation religioser Vorstellungen im 3. Jahrhundert: Thorsten Fleck: Isis, Sarapis, Mithras und die Ausbreitung des Christentums im 3. Jahrhundert Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst: Die manichaische Mission in Palmyra. Die Quellen und ihre Auswertung II. Die Rezeption der Soldatenkaiserzeit II.1. Die Rezeption im Mittelalter und in der Fruehen Neuzeit: Andreas Goltz: Zerrbilder eines Herrschers und Christenverfolgers. Zur Rezeption Kaiser Valerians in Spatantike, Mittelalter und Neuzeit Kathrin Schade: Palladio und die Soldatenkaiser. Renaissancezeichnungen verlorener Monumentalbauten des 3.aJahrhunderts in Rom II.2. Das 3.aJahrhundert in der modernen Forschung: Monika Schuol: Die Wuerdigung der Soldatenkaiserzeit in der rechtsgeschichtlichen Forschung Thomas Gerhardt: Zur Geschichte des Krisenbegriffs Matthaus Heil: aSoldatenkaisero als Epochenbegriff Die Soldatenkaiser u Abkuerzungsverzeichnis u Abbildungsverzeichnis u Autorenverzeichnis u Register u Tafeln.

Schrumpfende Städte

ein Phänomen zwischen Antike und Moderne

Author: Angelika Lampen

Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar

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Category: Cities and towns

Page: 357

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Meister und Schüler in Geschichte und Gegenwart

von Religionen der Antike bis zur modernen Esoterik

Author: Almut-Barbara Renger

Publisher: V&R unipress GmbH

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Category: History

Page: 486

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The generation and exchange of knowledge plays a prominent role in Mediterranean and European cultural and religious history. Relations between master and disciples and between teachers and students are especially significant in this context. This volume - with contributions from the disciplines of classical studies, Arabic studies, Jewish studies, theology, religious science, educational science, psychology, and literary and cultural studies - offers a selection of possible perspectives and approaches to this topic. It presents roles, models and concepts of master/follower relationships within different religions, religious or para-religious movements and communities and their milieus as well as intellectual forms of association from Ancient Greece to the present day. The contributions deal for example with terminologies and narratives, teaching and leadership concepts, forms of presentation of the self and others, strategies in the construction of authority and the different effects of charisma.

Getrennte Wege?

Kommunikation, Raum und Wahrnehmung in der Alten Welt

Author: Robert Rollinger

Publisher: Verlag Antike

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Category: History

Page: 655

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Includes papers from two sections of the 45th Deutscher Historikertag held in Sept. 2004 in Kiel, Germany, and from an international colloquium held in June 2005 in Innsbruck, Austria.

Coining Images of Power

Patterns in the Representation of Roman Emperors on Imperial Coinage, A.D. 193-284

Author: Erika Manders

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: History

Page: 363

View: 978

Based on a quantitative and qualitative analysis of 8227 coin types, this book describes and interprets the diachronic development of the representation of Roman emperors on imperial coins issued between 193 and 284.

The Mind of Mithraists

Historical and Cognitive Studies in the Roman Cult of Mithras

Author: Luther H. Martin

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

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Category: Religion

Page: 224

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The Roman cult of Mithras was the most widely-dispersed and densely-distributed cult throughout the expanse of the Roman Empire from the end of the first until the fourth century AD, rivaling the early growth and development of Christianity during the same period. As its membership was largely drawn from the ranks of the military, its spread, but not its popularity is attributable largely to military deployments and re-deployments. Although mithraists left behind no written archival evidence, there is an abundance of iconographic finds. The only characteristic common to all Mithraic temples were the fundamental architecture of their design, and the cult image of Mithras slaying a bull. How were these two features so faithfully transmitted through the Empire by a non-centralized, non-hierarchical religious movement? The Minds of Mithraists: Historical and Cognitive Studies in the Roman Cult of Mithras addresses these questions as well as the relationship of Mithraism to Christianity, explanations of the significance of the tauroctony and of the rituals enacted in the mithraea, and explanations for the spread of Mithraism (and for its resistance in a few places). The unifying theme throughout is an investigation of the 'mind' of those engaged in the cult practices of this widespread ancient religion. These investigations represent traditional historical methods as well as more recent studies employing the insights of the cognitive sciences, demonstrating that cognitive historiography is a valuable methodological tool.

Crises and the Roman Empire

Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire, Nijmegen, June 20-24, 2006

Author: Impact of Empire (Organització). Workshop

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: History

Page: 448

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This volume presents the proceedings of the seventh workshop of the international thematic network Impact of Empire, which concentrates on the history of the Roman Empire. It focuses on the impact that crises had on the development and functioning of the Roman Empire from the Republic to Late Imperial times.

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae

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Publisher:

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Category: Classical philology

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Die Krise des Römischen Reiches

Author: Géza Alföldy

Publisher:

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Category: History

Page: 541

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Heer und Herrschaft im römischen Reich der hohen Kaiserzeit

Author: Michael Alexander Speidel

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden gmbh

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Category: History

Page: 706

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What did the creation of a standing and regularly-paid professional army during the Roman Empire mean for politics, social and financial administration, army service, and the daily life of civilians? The 32 studies collected in this volume, some of them previously unpublished, approach these questions from different perspectives and shed light on the imperial army as an instrument in the exertion of power, on the concepts of its deployment, and on its significance for the Imperium Romanum. German text.

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