Rome and the Barbarians, The Birth of a New World

692 pages; numerous color illustrations. Notes and Bibliography; Glossary; Chronology; List of Works on Display (the exhibition) by country of origin. Published in coordination with the exhibition in Venice, Bonn and Rome. History of the First to tenth centuries through the vector of art. "The commingling of civilizations, the opening, the integration of worships and traditions, the dissemination of knowledge, mutual enrichment and even cultural diversity gives evidence to the timeless force of art whose origin is lost in the midst of time but yet continues in the most contemporary creations." Legions of individuals, institutions, cultures seen through art. An exceptional history peeling away the stereotype Barbarian. Small remainder dot on bottom edge. Otherwise clean throughout; tight binding; as new.

Title: Rome and the Barbarians, The Birth of a New World

Author Name: Aillagon, Jean-Jacques (edited by) with the scientific coordination of Umberto Roberto and Yann Riviere

Categories: Culture, Society, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Milan / Venice, Skira editore / Palazzo Grassi: 2008

ISBN Number: 8861304885

ISBN Number 13: 9788861304888

Binding: Black paper boards

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Fine

Size: 11.25" x 9.5"

Seller ID: 004832

Keywords: rome huns roman catholic church european history charlemagne martel gregory the great avars vandals clovis,