Ελληνικά
Division: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
Field: History
Course Title: Byzantine History
Course Code: History 230
Level: Undergraduate
Description: A survey of the political, institutional, religious and cultural history of the Byzantine Empire from the reforms of Diocletian and the conversion of Constantine up to the fall of Constantinople. Special attention will be paid to topics involving civilization, theological controversy, and the relations of the Empire with the Arabs, Slavs, and Western Europeans.
Prerequisites:
Programs:
  • Certificate Program in Hellenic Studies
  • Black Board:


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