The Mediterranean has long been a space of interaction between cultures which shaped and reshaped their identities and traditions. How these often competing communities questioned, structured and performed their own beliefs and religious practices by shaping their orthodoxies and disclosing heresies commends a persistent and multifaceted interdisciplinary research. The present volume gathers eleven selected papers from the fields of Late Antique, Byzantine, Ottoman, Western Medieval, Caucasus, and Jewish studies on themes that reflect on and address the complex formation and development of cultural, intellectual and religious identities in the Mediterranean.
229 Pages, Hardcover, Thread-Stitched, Illustrations, Date of Publication: January 2017, Format: 14,8 x 21 cm
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