3 edition of Ecclesiastical sites in Isauria (Cilicia Trachea) found in the catalog.
Ecclesiastical sites in Isauria (Cilicia Trachea)
Headlan, Arthur Cayley bp. of Gloucester
by Published by the Council and sold on their behalf by Macmillan and Co.... in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Excavations at Megalopolis, 1890-1891.|
|Statement||by Arthur C. Headlam....|
|Series||Supplementary papers / Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies -- No.2, Supplementary papers (Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies) -- No.2.|
|Contributions||Gardner, Ernest Arthur, 1862-1939., Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p., 16 leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||141|
Map 66 Taurus Compiled by S. Mitchell, Introduction The map covers three distinctive geographical areas. In the north is the steppic basin of Lycaonia and south-west Cappadocia. The rivers here drain towards the interior of the country and end in the shallow lakes and salty marshes of central Size: KB. You can write a book review and share your experiences. 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.
Cited References. Abbreviations for All Authors' Cited Bibliographical References (Ref.) Aghtʽamar = Sirarpie Der Nersessian, Aghtʽamar, Church of the Holy Cross, Cambridge, Mass., Aght’amar 2 = Sirarpie Der Nercessian and Herman Vahramian, Aght’amar: La regione di Vaspourakan ed il complesso architettonico di Aght’amar - The Vaspourakan Region and the . Canadio-Byzantina 23 (January ) 5 My current research concentrates on Cilicia and Isauria (i.e. Asia Minor north of Cyprus), addressing the question of what does it mean to be Roman in these areas. This question of identity can be addressed in many different ways. Although in literature Isaurians are a well-stereotyped ethnic grouping, with Author: Geoffrey Greatrex.
This book is dedicated to the memory of Michael and Mary Gough. Sykes, was to hear referred to as `the men with hats on', and Heberdey and Wilhelm. Headlam's publication, Ecclesiastical Sites in Isauria, appeared in and was the first to take serious account of the early Byzantine monuments of the region. THE EARLY BYZANTINE. The next four books are an epitome of the lost work of Zacharias Rhetor. The seventh book continues the story from the accession of Anastasius (), and together with general ecclesiastical history it combines some interesting details of .
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Ermenek is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Mediterranean region of ancient Germanicopolis (in Isauria; has namesakes), a former bishopric, it remains a Latin Catholic titular see. The district forms the core of the plateau region ing to census, population of the district is 29, of wh live in the town of y: Turkey.
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