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Changing townscapes in North Africa from late antiquity to the Arab conquest

Anna Leone

Changing townscapes in North Africa from late antiquity to the Arab conquest

by Anna Leone

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Published by Edipuglia in Bari .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cities and towns, Ancient -- Africa, North,
  • City planning -- Africa, North -- History -- To 1500

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [289]-342) and index.

    StatementAnna Leone.
    SeriesMunera -- 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT148.N75 L46 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination356 p. :
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16875669M
    ISBN 109788872284988
    LC Control Number2008355408

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[Anna Leone] -- "This book examines the complex transition of North Africa from the Late Roman period to the Arab conquest, focusing on three provinces: Zeugitana, Byzacena and Tripolitana.

In particular, it. "This book examines the complex transition of North Africa from the Late Roman period to the Arab conquest, focusing on three provinces: Zeugitana, Byzacena and Tripolitana. In particular, it considers the continuity and transformation of towns, as a result of economic, political and social changes.

The period sees the wide diffusion of Christianity, the imposition of Vandal rule and Arianism 5/5(1). This book examines the complex transition of North Africa from the Late Roman period to the Arab conquest, focusing on three provinces: Zeugitana, Byzacena and Tripolitana.

In particular, it considers the continuity and transformation of towns, as a result of economic, political and social changes. Changing townscapes in North Africa from late antiquity to the Arab conquest.

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Sululos was a Roman era Municipium of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis that flourished from which flourished from 30 BC - AD The ancient town was officially known as Municipium Septimium Aurelium Severianum Apollinare Sululitanum and is tentatively identified with ruins at Bir-el-Heuch,in what is today Tunisia.

The town was in the region of the Merjerda. Henchir Chigarnia is an Archaeological site in is identified with ruins near the modern town of Enfidha, Tunisia and represents a former Roman town of the province of Africa Proconularis.

Henchir Chigarnia is an Archaeological site and former civitas of the Roman Province of Africa proconularis. The ruins include a large fortress and of a church in which were found mosaics with.

Dossey, L. () ‘ Judicial Violence and the Ecclesiastical Courts in Late Antique North Africa ’, in Mathisen, R. (ed.), Law, Society and Authority in Late Antiquity (Oxford University Press), 98 – North Africa - North Africa - From the Arab conquest to After the Arabs completed the conquest of Egypt inthey started to raid the Berber (Amazigh) territory to its west, which they called Bilād al-Maghrib (“Lands of the West”) or simply the Maghrib.

In this region became a province of the Muslim empire then ruled from Damascus by the Umayyad caliphs (–). The End of the Pagan City. Religion, Economy and Urbanism in Late Antique North Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Leone, A.

Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab conquest. Bari: Edipuglia. Chapter in book. Leone, A. Urban decor and public spaces in late antique North Africa. In Entre civitas. See, for example, Anna Leone, Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Con- quest (Bari: Edipuglia, ); James L.

Boone, J. Emlen Myers and Charles L. Redman Author: Corisande Fenwick. 18 See Leone, A., Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest (Bari, ), and Sears, G., Late Roman African Urbanism. Continuity and Transformation in the City (Oxford, ).

Even here, there is regional variation: not all cities thrived in this period, e.g. Utica and the cities of : Lucy Grig. Anna Leone summarises in the next chapter, very briefly, her previous work on monumental construction and marble recycling, without adding much new.

6 Lennart Gilhaus, discusses and catalogues the last statues of Roman North Africa, while, lastly, Esther Sánchez tries to discuss the nature of urban power during the Vandal conquest, and how the. Authored book. Leone, A. The End of the Pagan City.

Religion, Economy and Urbanism in Late Antique North Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Leone, A. Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab conquest.

Bari: Edipuglia. Chapter in book. Leone, A. Urban decor and public spaces in late. (See the book's table of contents online.):] Lander Ross, and Shira: “Perpetua and Felicitas” in vol.

2 of The Early Christian World, ed. Philip Esler, New York: Routledge, Leone, Anna: Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest. Edipuglia srl,pages Maitland, Sara.

Leone, Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest (Bari, ),Tab. 11 (with further references on the Late Antique transformation of the forum space).

Leone, Anna: Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest. Edipuglia srl,pages Maitland, Sara.

The martyrdom of Perpetua. with an introduction and commentary by Sara Maitland (Visionary women). Evesham: Arthur James, (64 p.). Constantinople to Córdoba: dismantling ancient architecture in the East, North Africa and Islamic Spain.

xxviii+ pages, 91 illustrations. Leiden & Boston (MA): Brill;   In the second part of the book, on religion in Vandal Africa, Bruno Pottier responds to a recent debate (to which the present reviewer contributed) regarding the fate of "Donatists" during the Vandal period and beyond.

Anna Leone, Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest (Bari: Edipuglia, ). History of North Africa: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, from the Arab Conquest to [Charles-Andre Julien, R. Le Tourneau, C.

Stewart, John Petrie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of North Africa: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, from the Arab Conquest to Cited by: 5. The Òc Before the Plague: Courtly Love, Part Two of the Introduction to Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Arab Conquest [Edipuglia, Italy]: But Leone (in Changing Townscapes in North Africa) also observes that some areas of Sousse (Hadrumetum) were abandoned in the mid-third century and that the "entire.

1. 6th A.D.- Corippus uses the phrase “facies nigroque colorus” meaning faces or appearance of black color to describe the North African Berbers.

In his book Johannis, I/ 2. 1st century Silius Italicus also describes the Moors with the term ‘.Carthage (/ ˈ k ɑːr θ ɪ dʒ /; Bản mẫu:Lang-xpu, Qart-ḥadašt, "Thành phố mới"; tiếng Hy Lạp cổ: Καρχηδών; tiếng Latinh: Carthāgō; tiếng Ả Rập: قرطاج ‎, Qarṭāj) là tên gọi của một trung tâm và thành phố thủ đô cổ của nền Văn minh Carthage, phía đông hồ Tunis, ngày nay là khu vực ngoại ô Tunis, thủ đô Tọa độ: 36°51′10″B 10°19′24″Đ / 36,°B .In Christians and Their Many Identities in Late Antiquity, North Africa, CE, Éric Rebillard explores how Christians in North Africa between the age of Tertullian and the age of Augustine were selective in identifying as Christian, giving salience to their religious identity only intermittently.

By shifting the focus from groups to.