Cities, Fortresses, and Villages of Byzantine Asia Minor
These essays on the history and archaeology of Byzantine Asia Minor from the 4th-14th centuries include regional surveys of the south-west (Lycia and (Pampylia), as well as discussions of specific sites and other monuments. A variety of surviving remains are put into historical context, in order to show that the archaeological record is essential for recreating and understanding the nature and development of the Byzantine Empire.
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Cities and Villages of Lycia in the Life of St Nicholas
The Cities of Pamphylia in the Byzantine Age 162
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