6 edition of Byzantine Praetorians found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John F. Haldon.|
|Series||Poikila Byzantina ;, 3, Poikila Vyzantina ;, 3.|
|LC Classifications||U37 .H35 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||669 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||669|
|LC Control Number||84152574|
53 An idea originally mooted in J. F. Haldon, Byzantine Praetorians: An Administrative, Institutional and Social Survey of the Opsikion and Tagmata, c. , Bonn (Poikila byzantina 3), p. The argument presented here should not preclude the possibility that the word thema was in day-to-day use for the armies before this time; but. In Byzantine Praetorians: An Administrative, Institutional, and Social Survey of the Opsikion and Tagmata, c. , Haldon examines the traditional stereotype of Byzantine society as stodgy and institutionally inert, showing readers that, as Simon Franklin noted in the English Historical Review, there were chronic tensions in the system of.
An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors DIR Atlas. Fausta (Wife of Constans II) Lynda Garland University of New England, New South Wales. Fausta, wife of Constans II, as the daughter of the general Valentinus Arshakuni, was a descendant of the Armenian Arsacid house, which had ruled in Armenia until the early fifth s of this house subsequently played an important role in the. Haldon, J. F., Byzantine Praetorians (Bonn, ) Schmitt, O., 'Die Buccellarii', Tyche 9 (), you missed the best book there Three Byzantine Military Treatises by Dennis George. It is an excellent primary source, and reveals a great deal about unit numbers, equipment, strategy and tactics from the 6th, 10th and 11th.
Byzantine Praetorians: an administrative, institutional, and social survey of the Opsikion and tagmata, c / by John F. Haldon. Format Book. See Haldon, J., Byzantine Praetorians (Bonn ) n for the levying of charcoal from estates and for the clearly related levying of iron (presumably as ore). That the army needed pitch, timber, and firewood is stressed by a middle Byzantine military treatise: see Three Byzantine Military Treatises, ed. (Washington, D.C.
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