Civitatum Orbis MEditerranei Studia - Mohr Siebeck
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Civitatum Orbis MEditerranei Studia
Edited by Reinhard Feldmeier, Friedrich Reiterer, Karin Schöpflin, Ilinca Tanaseanu-Döbler, and Kristin De Troyer
The Civitatum Orbis MEditerranei Studia (COMES) series publishes self-contained individual volumes, each of which deals with a significant place in the Mediterranean area in antiquity. In an interdisciplinary overview, articles from the fields of archeology, geography, political history, philosophy, classical studies, philology, religious studies and theology provide a profile of the place dealt with. The content focuses on the history of religion. In addition to pagan religiousness, ancient Judaism and Christianity, early Islam is also included wherever possible. The result is a compendium which in its overviews and its specialized individual articles incorporates each of the facets which account for the uniqueness of the place. The time period covered ranges from the foundation up to the Early Middle Ages at the latest – the focus will depend on the most prosperous time of the place concerned, but will however in many cases be found in the Hellenistic-Roman period.
ISSN: 2196-9264 / eISSN: 2569-3891 - Suggested citation: COMES
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The Many Faces of Antioch: Intellectual Exchange and Religious Diversity, CE 350–450
Ed. by Silke-Petra Bergjan and Susanna Elm
2018. XIII, 506 pages. COMES 3
cloth 139,00 €
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ISBN 978-3-16-155126-0
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Die antike Metropole im Spannungsfeld von Religion und Bildung
Hrsg. v. Tobias Georges
2017. XII, 448 pages. COMES 2
cloth 129,00 €
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ISBN 978-3-16-152635-0
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Hrsg. v. Tobias Georges, Felix Albrecht u. Reinhard Feldmeier, unter Mitarb. v. Manuel Kaden u. Christoph Martsch
2013. XIV, 574 pages. COMES 1
cloth 154,00 €
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ISBN 978-3-16-151673-3