Title

That Limb May Be Joined Together with Limb: Joining the Notion of Imperial Power and Religious Power in Defining the Role of the Emperor in Church Affairs

Date of Award

2014

Date of Submission

Wed, 04 Jun 2014 02:33:51 GMT

Class Year

2014

Major

Classics (CLST)

Other Department or Program

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Comps Adviser(s)

North, William Linden

Category of Work

Prizes/Awards

Group or Individual

Individual

Components of Work

Text (paper)

Award

Catherine E. Boyd Long Essay Prize for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; MARS concentration capstone

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

schedlw_2014_Award.pdf

Keywords

Late Antiquity, Christianity, Religious Controversy, Separation between Church and State, Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire

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Student Work Completed Date

2013-11-25

Format

application/pdf

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