Byzantium and the End of the Middle Ages

John MONFASANI

Abstract/Resumen

The fall of Constantinople in 1453 marked the end of Byzantium, but that is not when the Middle Ages ended. So this paper explores the rise of Byzantine studies as specifically part of the study of the Midlle Ages.

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Byzantium, Middle Ages.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21071/mijtk.v4i0.11504

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Mediterranea is an international journal focusing on various areas of knowledge transfer from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period, covering the Middle East and the Mediterranean basin, and paying special attention to philological, philosophical, scientific, cultural and religious fields of research.

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Posted: 2018-03-30