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On Authors, Fathers, and Holy Men – By Ellen Muehlberger

On Authors, Fathers, and Holy Men – By Ellen Muehlberger

Ellen Muehlberger September 20, 2015 0

Ellen Muehlberger in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ Ambition created the field of late antiquity. Those trained in classics decided to take

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Can “Late Antiquity” Be Saved? – By Philip Rousseau

Can “Late Antiquity” Be Saved? – By Philip Rousseau

Philip Rousseau September 19, 2015 0

Philip Rousseau in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum I confess I’ve sometimes wondered whether we shouldn’t abandon the term “late antiquity.” I’m equally ready to admit it can’t be a serious

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Late Antiquity Dissolves – By Anthony Kaldellis

Late Antiquity Dissolves – By Anthony Kaldellis

Anthony Kaldellis September 18, 2015 0

Anthony Kaldellis in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ Late antiquity is commonly regarded as a period, but it has increasingly become

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Late Antiquity and the New Humanities: An Open Forum

Late Antiquity and the New Humanities: An Open Forum

Ellen Muehlberger September 16, 2015 0

Ellen Muehlberger introduces the forum on Late Antiquity and the New Humanities The five essays in this forum developed from remarks in a panel organized by Heidi Marx-Wolf (University of Manitoba) at the May 2015

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Angels: Here, There, and Everywhere – By Robin Darling Young

Angels: Here, There, and Everywhere – By Robin Darling Young

Robin Darling Young April 28, 2015 0

Robin Darling Young on Ellen Muehlberger’s Angels in Late Ancient Christianity “Some have entertained angels unaware,” according to the author of Hebrews — but not many. Most ancients were all too aware of their

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Metaphor and Its Limits – By Ellen Muehlberger

Metaphor and Its Limits – By Ellen Muehlberger

Ellen Muehlberger March 31, 2015 0

Ellen Muehlberger on Douglas Boin’s Coming Out Christian in the Roman World Douglas Boin starts his new book by revealing a secret about himself: though he is an archaeologist of the early Roman empire and

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