Table of contents for Byzantium in the iconoclast era (c. 680-850) : a history / Leslie Brubaker and John Haldon.


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Introduction; 1. Belief, ideology and practice in a changing world; 2. Leo III: iconoclast or opportunist?; 3. Constantine V and the institutionalisation of iconoclasm; 4. The triumph of tradition? The iconophile intermission, 775-813; 5. The second iconoclasm; 6. Economy, society and state; 7. Patterns of settlement: urban and rural life; 8. Social elites and the court; 9. Society, politics and power; 10. Fiscal management and administration; 11. Strategic administration and the origins of the themata; 12. Iconoclasm, representation, and rewriting the past.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Iconoclasm -- Byzantine Empire -- History.
Byzantine Empire -- Church history.
Iconoclasm -- Byzantine Empire -- History -- Sources.
Byzantine Empire -- Church history -- Sources.
Icons, Byzantine.
Art, Byzantine -- History.
Byzantine antiquities.
Byzantine Empire -- Politics and government.
Church and state -- Byzantine Empire -- History.
Art and state -- Byzantine Empire -- History.