Naissance d`une Capitale  
  Constantinople et ses institutions de 330 à 451  

Author Dagron, Gilbert / Lemerle, Paul [pref.]
Place of Publication Paris
Publication Name Bibliotheque Byzanties - Presses Universitaires de France
Year 1974
Language(s) French
RARE. In-depth archaeological and historical research on the foundation and establishment of the Eastern Capital of the Roman Empire at Constantinople, prior to the collapse of the Western Empire. Includes a few B&W photographic plates of excavated ruins, and a few schematic illustrations of edifices. Otherwise almost entirely text. [ATTRIBUTES:] 238x190 mm. 578 pages. Grayish-blue softcover with Byzantine eagle on front. [CONDITION:] Cover slightly dirty and slightly rubbed, consistent with soft cover. Top edge of paper block age-stained - seen only from outside. Very mild foxing on a few pages inside. [Summary:] Aside from very mild outer wear, a clean and solid copy for its age in GOOD CONDITION.
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Catalog Index Number MC 04 02

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