8 edition of Theodosian Empresses found in the catalog.
October 25, 1989 by University of California Press .
Written in English
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Conclusion: Hollum’s book “Theodosian Empresses. Women and Imperial Dominion in Late Antiquity” is to my opinion a treatise on theology and the history of church politics in the 5th century, rather than a historical overview of the Empresses and Empresses-consorts of the Theodosian by: Kenneth G.
Hollums book Theodosian Empresses. Women and Imperial Dominion in Late Antiquity () is definitely not an easy read. Hollum explains that his book is the result of his Ph.
dissertation at the University of Chicago.4/5. Twilight Empress is the first book in Faith L Justice’s Theodosian Women series. Future books will focus on Pulcheria, sister of Emperor Theodosius, and Athenais, his wife. On the strength of Twilight Empress, I shall certainly look out for the subsequent books/5(14).
Theodosian Empresses: Women and Imperial Dominion in Late Antiquity Volume 3 Theodosian Empresses book Comparative Studies of Health Systems and Medical Care History e-book project Volume 3 of Transformation of the classical heritage, ISSN Author: Kenneth G.
Holum: Contributors: History E-Book Project, University of Chicago, American Council of Learned 5/5(1). About the Book. Theodosian Empresses sets a series of compelling women on the stage of history and offers new insights into the eastern court in the fifth century.
About the Author. Kenneth G. Holum is Professor of History at the University of Maryland. Related Books. Beyond the Second Sophistic Tim Whitmarsh.
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Contents: Theodosius the Great and his women --Aelia Eudoxia Augustua --Aelia Pulcheria Augusta --Aelia Eudocia Augusta --Controversy over the mother of God --Two empresses who refused to be one --From dominion to Title: Transformation of the classical heritage, 3. Holum has written an interesting book about the four Theodosian Empresses book empresses who Theodosian Empresses book in the east.
But he forgot one Theodosian empress who reigned in the west, and the structure of the book – seven long chapters with very few subheadings – is a bit old-fashioned. Sometimes the going gets a bit : Torben Retboll. Book Description: Theodosian Empresses sets a series of compelling women on the stage of history and offers new insights into the eastern court in the fifth century.
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Pulcheria was born into the royal House of Theodosius, a dynasty of the later Roman Empire, ruling in Constantinople. Her parents were Eastern Roman Emperor Arcadius and Empress Aelia Eudoxia. Pulcheria's older sister, Flaccilla, was born in but probably died essor: Theodosius II.
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The Codex Theodosianus (Eng. Theodosian Code) was a compilation of the laws of the Roman Empire under the Christian emperors since A commission was established by Emperor Theodosius II and his co-emperor Valentinian III on 26 March and the compilation was published by a constitution of 15 February It went into force in the eastern and western.
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Theodosius >The Roman emperor Theodosius (ca. ) was sometimes called "the Great" >because of his solution of the Gothic problem and unification of the empire >and because of his championship of orthodoxy, which earned for him the >extravagant praise of Catholic writers.
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Other articles where Theodosian Code is discussed: Theodosius II: in supervising compilation of the Theodosian Code (published ), which codified the laws issued after Theodosius died from injuries suffered during a hunting accident.
His daughter Licinia Eudoxia married the Western Roman emperor Valentinian III (reigned –). There he wrote a dissertation on Byzantine empresses, receiving the Ph.D. in That work became the book, Theodosian Empresses (). Even before completing his Ph.D., Holum had begun to teach at the University of Maryland inwhere he promoted through the ranks to become professor.
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9, No. 2, Spring For those with an interest in the biblical Mary, and in various feminist challenges to Mary’s status in the Catholic tradition, this is an informative book.
Its title, however, is misleading, and by its exclusion of so many feminist voices it fails to give a sufficiently inclusive portrayal either of feminist theology or of the Marian tradition. In the introduction to her book, Carolyn L. Connor explains that this is a volume meant for a broad readership.
Her intention is to present women of Byzantium to a more general audience than the academic or specialist, and she underlines this point by dedicating the volume to her students.
In these terms, the book achieves what it sets out to : Liz James. In this, and in being up-to-date, her book is an improvement over my own Theodosian Empresses. [ 3 ] After a brief introduction, the meat of Busch's Frauen is compact biographies of a dozen Theodosian females addressing the issue of women and power.
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Theodosius I (Latin: Flavius Theodosius Augustus; Greek: Θεοδόσιος Αʹ; 11 January – 17 January ), also known as Theodosius the Great, was a Roman Emperor from toand the last emperor to rule over both the Eastern and the Western halves of the Roman accepting his elevation, he campaigned against Goths and other barbarians who had invaded Father: Theodosius the Elder.
Interested readers should take a look at Holum’s Theodosian Empresses, and Jenkins’ references to the similar deposition of John Chrysostom at the beginning of the fifth century are carefully placed inside their context.
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