Die diokletianische Tetrarchie als Epoche einer historischen Wende in antiker und moderner Sicht

@article{Kuhoff2002DieDT,
  title={Die diokletianische Tetrarchie als Epoche einer historischen Wende in antiker und moderner Sicht},
  author={Wolfgang Kuhoff},
  journal={International Journal of the Classical Tradition},
  year={2002},
  volume={9},
  pages={177-194}
}
  • Wolfgang Kuhoff
  • Published 2002
  • History
  • International Journal of the Classical Tradition
  • The reign of the emperor Diocletian has always been regarded as one of the most crucial periods in Roman history. Sometimes it is emphasized as the turning point between the principate and the following epoch, which is called in English the “Later Roman Empire,” in French “le Bas-Empire,” and in German “die Spätantike” or, more pointedly, “der Dominat.” Such a determination was already suggested in antiquity by the orator Lactantius, who was a contemporary of Diocletian and his three co… CONTINUE READING
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