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Amorium: A Byzantine City in Anatolia - An Archaeological Guide

Amorium A Byzantine City in Anatolia An Archaeological Guide Although less well known than some Anatolian sites it is Amorium s significance as a major settlement after the Roman period that makes it so important The excavation programme s main aim has been to

  • Title: Amorium: A Byzantine City in Anatolia - An Archaeological Guide
  • Author: Chris Lightfoot
  • ISBN: 9789758293803
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Although less well known than some Anatolian sites, it is Amorium s significance as a major settlement after the Roman period that makes it so important The excavation programme s main aim has been to shed light on the Byzantine settlement that flourished here until the 11th century AD This guidebook is an attempt to fill in some of the gaps in the archaeology, and to brAlthough less well known than some Anatolian sites, it is Amorium s significance as a major settlement after the Roman period that makes it so important The excavation programme s main aim has been to shed light on the Byzantine settlement that flourished here until the 11th century AD This guidebook is an attempt to fill in some of the gaps in the archaeology, and to bring the city and its history back to life.

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    1. A very enlightening and entertaining book for "Byzantinists" on the city of Amorion, from the Bronze Age up to the Ottoman period, with an obvious focus upon the medieval Roman period. This case study is very important both as a study of the few cities that managed to survive the 7th century without becoming fortified little towns and a glimpse of urban life throughout the medieval period (a barely studied topic), including the urban boom of the 10th-12th centuries (Amorion was reoccupied at the [...]

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