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
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Wed, 04 Jun 2014 02:33:51 GMT
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Medieval and Renaissance Studies
North, William Linden
Catherine E. Boyd Long Essay Prize for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; MARS concentration capstone
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Late Antiquity, Christianity, Religious Controversy, Separation between Church and State, Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire
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