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The church of Ravenna, Constantinople and Rome in the seventh century

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Throughout the seventh century, great mutual amity was professed by the churches of Ravenna, Constantinople and Rome. Sometimes, therewasamity. But the situation of the Byzantine empire was often so precarious as to threaten, directly and indirectly, the churches of Rome and Ravenna and hence preclude even a pretence of amity.

From the end of the sixth century the empire had had to contend with Persian attacks on its eastern front as well as Avar-Sl...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
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History Faculty
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Wolfson College
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Ravenna: Its Role in Earlier Medieval Change and Exchange
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Ravenna: Its Role in Earlier Medieval Change and Exchange
Publication date:
2016-05-04
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1046732
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2019-08-21

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