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Title: Западные и восточные тенденции в Византии в ранний период (борьба и взаимодействие)
Other Titles: Eastern and Western trends in Early Byzantium (struggle and interaction)
Authors: Чекалова, А. А.
Chekalova, A. A.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Чекалова А. А. Западные и восточные тенденции в Византии в ранний период (борьба и взаимодействие) / А. А. Чекалова // Античная древность и средние века. — Екатеринбург: [Изд-во Урал. ун-та], 2013. — Вып. 41: К 80-летию доктора исторических наук, профессора М. А. Поляковской. — С. 32-46.
Abstract: Struggle of Western and Eastern trends was historical destiny of Byzantium since its very beginning. The culmination of that struggle was the reign of Justinian. The reign of this emperor was a revival of the old glory of the Roman Empire. But the Latin for its deep essence of Jet in early culture has had a huge impact on the West, not the East. Foreign policy plans of Justinian not invoked vital interests of Byzantium, which was in the East. The difference between East and West was so great that the very idea of restoration of the Roman Empire was an anachronism. Negative aspiration of Justinian to the West led to the gradual decline of the Empire and transforming it into the Greek State with the name of the Roman Empire only as a tribute to the historical tradition. Never knew Byzantium such a splendor and power, as it was peculiar in an earlier era. This affected the course of the further historical development of the medieval world.
Keywords: РАННЯЯ ВИЗАНТИЯ
ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ ВЛАСТЬ
ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВО
РОМАНИЗАЦИЯ
ЭЛИТА
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/25644
ISSN: 0320-4472
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: Исследование выполнено в рамках проекта РГНФ, № 13-01-00323.
Origin: Античная древность и средние века. 2013. Вып. 41: К 80-летию доктора исторических наук, профессора М. А. Поляковской
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