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Selected Sources: End of the Classical World


Contents

  • Pagan Late Antiquity
    • Late Antique Government and Culture
    • The "Fall" of the Roman Empire
  • Christian Late Antiquity
    • Early Christianity After 100
    • Persecution of Christians
    • The "Triumph" of the Church
    • Persecution by Christians/The End of Paganism
    • Early Dogmatic Disputes
      • Disputes over the Trinity: Arianism
      • Disputes over Christology: Nestorianism and Monophysitism
    • The World of the Church Fathers
      • Eastern Fathers
      • Western Fathers
    • Christianity and Classical Learning
  • The German Impact
    • Early Germans
    • Invading Germans/Other "Barbarians"

Pagan Late Antiquity


Christian Late Antiquity


The German Impact


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