Beitraege zu Spaetantike und Fruehmittelalter
The period between antiquity and the Middle Ages is increasingly becoming the focus of interdisciplinary research and is taking shape as a distinct and historically significant period. Researchers are attempting to combine long-term transformation processes and epochal turning points to form a coherent panorama, giving impetus to current discussions on questions regarding epochs and periodisation.
The series Roma aeterna stays abreast of developments in international research on late antiquity and the early Middle Ages. It focuses on this transitional period, examining it from as broad a perspective as possible, crossing not only traditional epochal thresholds, but subject boundaries, too. The series brings together the subjects of ancient and medieval history, classical philology, archaeology, theology and Byzantine studies.