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Οι κρίσεις και ο καταλυτικός τους ρόλος στον μεσαιωνικό κόσμο, ημέρα 3η, 21 Φεβρουαρίου 2012

Οι κρίσεις και ο καταλυτικός τους ρόλος στον μεσαιωνικό κόσμο, ημέρα 3η, 21 Φεβρουαρίου 2012

Abstract

Ο μεσαιωνικός κόσμος, βυζαντινός, δυτικός και ανατολικός, συνιστά πρόσφορο πεδίο μελέτης. Κρίσεις πολιτικές, κοινωνικές, οικονομικές, θεσμών, διεθνών σχέσεων κ.ά. έπλητταν τις κοινωνίες της εποχής, άλλοτε μεμονωμένα και άλλοτε καθολικά. Η θεματική των διαλέξεων επιχειρεί να προβάλει ποικίλες περιπτώσεις και φαινόμενα, όπως επίσης αποσκοπεί να αναδείξει, μεταξύ άλλων, τους τρόπους με τους οποίους αντιμετωπίστηκαν τέτοιου είδους κρίσεις από διαφορετικούς μεσαιωνικούς πολιτισμούς.

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History, Κρίση, Βυζάντιο, Military and naval history, Μεσαίωνας, Μεσαιωνική Ιστορία. Βυζαντινή Αυτοκρατορία 323-1453, Στρατιωτική και ναυτική ιστορία, Ιστορία, Πολιτική και διπλωματική ιστορία, Political and diplomatic history, Medieval History. Byzantine Empire 323-1453

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