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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Sixth Century
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In this topical study of the military, religious, and civil structures of the Ghassānids, Shahîd argues that the Ghassānids were not nomadic but thoroughly sedentary.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Sixth Century
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In a volume devoted to the Arab federates of the Byzantine Empire, Shahîd draws on Greek, Syriac, and Arabic sources to trace the relationship between the Byzantines and Ghassānids.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Fifth Century
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Gleaning from multiple sources, Shahîd describes the political, military, ecclesiastical, and cultural history of the Arab federates in the fifth century and demonstrates how they lived in harmony with Byzantium.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Fourth Century
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Shahîd recounts the foundation of a new relationship in the fourth century between the Roman Empire and the Arabs in Oriens, who remained allies of Byzantium until the Arab conquests.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Sixth Century
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Tracing the role of Arab tribes both inside and outside the Roman frontier, Shahîd documents the involvement of the Ghassānids in ecclesiastical affairs in the eastern region of the Byzantine Empire.
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Byzantium Rebuilt for the Film: The Illustrated London News, 1922
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Byzantium, A World Civilization
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Capo di Taormina - Castello a Mare
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Capturing the Light
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Shannon Steiner investigates the significance of Byzantine enameling
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Carthage, La Basilique Byzantine
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