Byzantium into Europe : the story of Byzantium as the first by Jack Lindsay

By Jack Lindsay

An unique dialectical Marxist interpretation putting Byzantium inside of common history.

In this formidable survey of Byzantine background - overlaying institutional advancements, occasions, spiritual conflicts, and artwork - Lindsay asks in regards to the world-historical achievements of the japanese Roman Empire and its contribution to the passage from antiquity to feudalism at the ecu course in the direction of modernity. The ebook is fresh in its dialectical mode of study. It earned a beneficial review from the doyen of Byzantine stories in France Rodolphe Guilland, whereas the days Literary complement ran an nameless overview of it that proposed to prohibit all Communists from instructing historical past (which view the editors then defended from the letters despatched in protest).

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475 f . ; auch b e i W h i t e , S. 244; 68) c f . Gummerus, S. 19; h i e r w e i t e r e Belege; Columella 3,3,3: s e t z t a l s g e r i n g e E i n k u n f t 100 HS/iugerum bei Weidewirtschaft e i n ; 69) c f . Gummerus, S. 19; - 46 - Über d i e entsprechenden P r e i s e i n den P r o v i n z e n s i n d w i r n i c h t u n t e r r i c h t e t , doch geht aus den Angaben Columellas h e r v o r , daß d i e Bodenbedingungen d o r t 70 s c h l e c h t e r a l s i n I t a l i e n waren A l l g e m e i n w i r d dem Veteran n i c h t s w e i t e r geblieben s e i n , a l s i n e i n e r P r o v i n z a l s e i n f a c h e r K l e i n b a u e r e i n Stück Land zu erwerben.

A. Kromayer - V e i t h , S. 329, B r u n t , Pay, S. ; w e i t e r e L i t e r a t u r c f . Watson, S o l d i e r , S. 187f. u. A. 220; d e r s . H i s t . V I I S. ; so 1970 Boren, Pay, S. 188; 11) so besonders Kromayer-Veith, S. 329; 12) Watson, H i s t V I I S. 1 1 3 f f , S o l d i e r , S. 89 f f . OClD, 1014; e r stützt s i c h auf e i n e ältere These von M a t t i n g l y , The P r o p e r t y Q u a l i f i c a t i o n s o f t h e man Classes, JRS 27 (1937) 99-107, h i e r bes. S. a. M a t t i n g l y , S.

58) c f . a. A s t i n , S. 1 6 5 f f . ; - 27 - entgegen d e r Meinung B r u n t s schon i n d e r Z e i t v o r 133 v. Chr. e i n b e s t i m m t e r P r o z e n t s a t z d e r Landbevölkerung C Q nach Rom abwanderte, um d o r t s e i n Glück zu machen Zusammenfassend läßt s i c h f e s t s t e l l e n , daß a u f Grund des römischen d i l e c t u s - Systems d i e B e l a s t u n g d e r immensen E x p a n s i o n s k r i e g e des römischen S t a a t e s im N o r m a l f a l l f a s t ausschließlich d e r k l e i n e und m i t t l e r e Bauernstand 60 trug .

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