Table of contents for Decline and change in late antiquity : religion, barbarians and their historiography / J.H.G.W. Liebeschuetz.

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J.H.G.W. Liebeschuetz
Decline and Change in Late Antiquity
I Historiography : Classical- Late Antique..
1.`Thucydides and the Sicilian expedition¿ 
2. `Ecclesiastical Historians on their own time¿ 
3.Pagan historiography and the decline of the Empire: Eunapius, Olympiodorus, and Zosimus'
4. `Malalas on `Antioch¿, 
5.Realism and fantasy: the Anymous de rebus bellicis and its afterlife', 
6.`Religion AD 68-196'
7.`The influence of Judaism among non -Jews in the imperial period', 
8.. `The expansion of Mithraism among the religious cults of the second century¿
9. The significance of Praetextatus' speech in the Saturnalia of Macrobius'
III. Barbarian Settlement
10.`The end of the Roman army¿ 
11.The Romans demilitarised; the evidence of Procopius', 
12.`Citizen status and law in the Roman Empire and in the Visigothic Kingdom'
13.`Cities, taxation and the accommodation of barbarians: the theories of Durliat and Goffart'
14.`The Vandals¿ in Gentes and Regna, The relationship between Late Antique and Early medieval Peoples and Kingdoms 
IV.`Late Antiquity¿
 15`The Birth of ``Late Antiquity¿¿, 
16. AHM Jones and the `Later Roman Empire¿
17.. Late Antiquity, The Rejection of `Decline¿ and Multiculturalism¿, 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rome -- History -- Empire, 284-476 -- Historiography.
Rome -- History -- Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries -- Historiography.