Konstantynopol nowym Heliopolis?: uwagi do „wizji” epoki konstantyńskiej w książce Rolfa Bergmeiera, Kaiser Konstantin und die wilden Jahre des Christentums. Die Legende vom ersten christlichen Kaiser, Aschaffenburg 2016 (zweite, korrigierte Auflage 2016), ss. 350

Ireneusz Milewski

Abstract

This review paper focuses on Rolf Bergmaier’s book, which represents yet another contribution to the debate on the so-called Constantinian shift, a controversy which has engaged successive generations of historians of early Christianity and late Roman Empire for over 150 years. Thus far, the available sources (texts and artefacts, including inscriptions, engraved gems and coins) enable historians to develop divergent visions of the Constantinian era, depending on sympathies and religious persuasion.
Author Ireneusz Milewski (FH / IH)
Ireneusz Milewski,,
- Institute of History
Other language title versionsConstantinople - a new Heliopolis?: remarks on the ‘vision’ of the constantinian era in the book by Rolf Bergmeier, Kaiser Konstantin und die wilden jahre des Christentums. Die legende vom ersten christlichen Kaiser, aschaffenburg 2016 (second revised edition 2016), 350 pp.
Journal seriesStudia Europaea Gnesnensia, ISSN 2082-5951, (N/A 0 pkt)
Issue year2019
No19
Pages343-372
Publication size in sheets1.45
Keywords in EnglishConstantine the Great, Constantinian shift, late antiquity, Sol Invictus, Christianity
DOIDOI:10.14746/seg.2019.19.17
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)5
ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 30-09-2019, ArticleFromJournal
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