Networks and church building in the Aegean : Crete, Cyprus, Lycia and the Peloponnese
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Studies of Christianization in mainland Greece have indicated different processes, planned and unplanned, of religious change. Memory and tradition were drawn on to help situate the earliest churches into the existence social and religious structures without creating significant tension. Using the methodology developed for the study of the Peloponnese, the aim of this work is to examine a range of topographically and politically distinct regions (Crete, Cyprus and Lycia) to assess the extent to which various network connections provided a conduit for religious change throughout the Late Antique period.
Sweetman , R J 2017 , ' Networks and church building in the Aegean : Crete, Cyprus, Lycia and the Peloponnese ' , Annual of the British School at Athens , vol. 112 , pp. 207-266 . https://doi.org/10.1017/S0068245417000016
Annual of the British School at Athens
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