Byzantium, Britain & the West: The Archaeology of Cultural by Anthea Harris

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The legacy of the overdue Roman western empire laid the rules for relationships that constructed and persisted throughout the fifth to seventh century. Harris considers the function and effect of the Byzantine east within the west, following the fragmentation of the Roman Empire, to be either major and functional. during this publication, she discusses facets of political international relations, exchange and alternate, the function of the church, and the effect of the east as obvious in royal tombs, textiles, and gold cash.

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