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By Nick Kardulias (BAR-IS 1412).

By Nick Kardulias (BAR-IS 1412). Box 216 Whiteknights Reading RG6 6AA United Kingdom eliya ribakail. American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 111, No. 4 (July 2007). Published online at ww. jaonline. DOI: 1. 764/ajaonline1113.

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The present study examines the Byzantine Fortress at Isthmia in the .

The present study examines the Byzantine Fortress at Isthmia in the Peloponnese with an eye to understanding social change in this critical period, at the level of the site and then the region, in terms of an evolutionary perspective. This book attempts to bring an anthropological perspective to the historical archaeology of a complex period in the Greek past. Traditionally, discussion of the transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Byzantine period in the Aegean region has focused on the fate of Classical urban culture.

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April 16, 2010 History. found in the catalog. Are you sure you want to remove FROM CLASSICAL TO BYZANTINE: SOCIAL EVOLUTION IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE FORTRESS AT ISTHMIA, GREECE. from your list? From classical to byzantine: social evolution in late antiquity and the fortress at isthmia, greece. by P. NICK KARDULIAS. Published by ARCHAEOPRESS in OXFORD. Written in Undetermined.

Marian Senter Nixon Professor of Classical Civilization - Archaeology, Sociology and Anthropology. Youngstown State 1974. Youngstown State 1977. SUNY Binghamton 1980. The Ohio State University 1988. Awards and Professional Memberships.

Kardulias, P. Nick (Author). BAR international series ; 1412. Subjects: Social evolution.

BAR international series ; 1412. General Note: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral) Ohio State University, 1988, under the title: The Byzantine fortress at Isthmia, Greece and the transition from late antiquity to the medieval period in the Aegean. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-240) and index. Geographic Name: Isthmía (Greece) Antiquities. Rubrics: Social archaeology Greece Isthmía Social evolution Social change Fortification Excavations (Archaeology).

From Classical to Byzantine: Social Evolution in Late Antiquity and the Fortress at Isthmia. Continuity and Abandonment in Dark Age Corinth and Thessaloniki, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 14 (2010), 230-240. P. N. Kardulias, From Classical to Byzantine: Social Evolution in Late Antiquity and the Fortress at Isthmia, Greece, Οξφόρδη 2005, 1. 60. 43 Θέμελης, πρωτοβυζαντινή μεσσήνη, 30-35. T. E. Gregory, The Survival of Paganism in Christian Greece: A Critical Essay, The American Journal of Philology 107 (1986), 232-236.

The Hoxne Late Roman Treasure: Gold Jewellery and Silver Plate Kardulias, P. 2005. BAR International Series 1412.

The Hoxne Late Roman Treasure: Gold Jewellery and Silver Plate. London: The British Museum Press. Jones, A. H. M. 1964. The Late Roman Empire 284-602. A Social, Eco- nomic, and Administrative Survey, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univer- sity Press. The Decline of the Ancient World. Church finance in the fifth and sixth centuries. Pages 334- 44 in Acts of Piety in the Early Church Kardulias, P. From Classical to Byzantine: Social evolution in Late Antiquity and the fortress at Isthmia, Greece. Oxford: BAR. TERM Spring '14. PROFESSOR PeterT.

Nick Kardulias is Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, and Chair of the Program in Archaeology at the College of Wooster (Ohio). Kardulias has directed projects in Cyprus, Greece, and the USA. His publications include 60 articles. In addition, he has published six books, amongst which are Beyond the Site: Regional Studies in the Aege-an Area (1994), World-Systems Theory in Practice: Leadership, Production, and Ex-change (1999), From Classical to Byzantine: Social Evolution in Late Antiquity and the Fortress at Isthmia, Greece (2005), and Crossroads and Boundaries: The Archaeology of Past and. Present in the Malloura Valley, Cyprus (2011).

This book attempts to bring an anthropological perspective to the historical archaeology of a complex period in the Greek past. Traditionally, discussion of the transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Byzantine period in the Aegean region has focused on the fate of Classical urban culture. Scholarly opinion is divided as to whether the Classical polis and its constituent institutions emerged intact from the disruptive events of the third to sixth centuries A.D. Over the past two decades a consensus has emerged that argues that the break between Classical and Byzantine occurred in the seventh, not the fourth or fifth centuries A.D., and that it was a more gradual process than previously believed. The present study examines the Byzantine Fortress at Isthmia in the Peloponnese with an eye to understanding social change in this critical period, at the level of the site and then the region, in terms of an evolutionary perspective . This study focuses on three problems at different levels of abstraction: (1) A descriptive problem ; (2) A methodological problem; (3) A broader historical problem. The methodological element becomes the link between the gathering of site-specific data and the wider historical implications for that information.