Table of contents for A history of the Byzantine state and society / Warren Treadgold.


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Introduction
Part I. The Enlarged State and the Burdened Society: 1. The refoundation of the Empire, 284-337
2. The state under strain, 337-395
3. The danger of barbarization, 395-457
4. The formation of Byzantine society, 284-457
Part II. The Interrupted Advance: 5. The eastern recovery, 457-518
6. The reconquests and the plague, 518-565
7. The danger of overextension, 565-610
8. A divided society, 457-610
Part III. The Contained Catastrophe: 9. Two fights for survival, 610-668
10. The war of attrition, 668-717
11. The passing of the crisis, 717-780
12. The shrinking of society, 610-780
Part IV. The Long Revival: 13. Internal reforms, 780-842
14. External gains, 842-912
15. The gains secured, 912-963
16. The great conquests, 963-1025
17. The expansion of society, 780-1025
Part V. The Weak State and the Wealthy Society: 18. Erratic government, 1025-1081
19. Improvised reconstruction, 1081-1143
21. A restless society, 1025-1204
Part VI. The Failed Restoration: 22. The successor states, 1204-1261
23. The restored empire, 1261-1328
24. The breakdown, 1328-1391
25. The end of Byzantine independence, 1391-1461
26. The separation of society from state, 1204-1461
Conclusion
Appendix
Abbreviations
Bibliographical survey
Endnotes
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Byzantine Empire History