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  • The Oxford handbook of late antiquity /edited by Scott Fitzgerald Johnson.
  •  p. cm.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • ISBN 978-0-19-533693-1
  • 1. Civilization, Greco-Roman. 2. Civilization, Medieval. 3. Rome—Civilization.
  • 4. Byzantine Empire—Civilization—527–1081.
  • I. Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald, 1976– II. Title: Oxford Handbook of Late Antiquity.
  • DE80.O84 2012
  • 937—dc23  2011018578
  • Frontispiece: The Barberini Ivory, depicting a sixth-century Roman emperor, possibly Anastasius I or Justinian I (Réunion des Musées Nationaux/Art Resource, NY).
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